Highland Park Neighborhood Association

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Welcome to HPNA!

During its history, the Highland Park Neighborhood Association has drastically impacted its area through acquisition of grants to add sidewalks, trees and the largest community xeriscape in San Antonio and Bexar County.

HPNA was one of the first associations in Bexar County to organize semi-annual neighborhood cleanups. Through the efforts of the neighborhood association, Highland Park is slated to become the site of the first community demonstration rainwater catchment system in Bexar County.

We continue to work together to educate all area residents and improve and maintain the quality of life both now and in the future.

We are doing things to make Highland Park a safe and pleasant place to live for all residents. If you share this vision, come join us!

 

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House with A cannon in the front yard.

There is a house with acannon in the front yard?  Does anyone remember if it is on McKinley or Schley?  Thanks. more
Started: September 18th 2011Replies: 1

Meeting time for 2012

Starting Jan 2012 we will meet on the 2nd Wed of the month   same time:  6pm same place: Bode Center 901 Rigsby   same great people     more
Started: November 17th 2011Replies: 1

Christmas Party/Facebook page

Christmas party is Dec 13 at the Bode Community Center at 6:00 pm Facebook page is up http://www.facebook.com/highlandparksa   more
Started: November 17th 2011Replies: 0

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Qualify Your HOA For FHA Loans
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