The mission of the HHPNC Beautification Committee is to engage the community in the enhancement and restoration of the beauty of Highland Park by sustaining and improving upon the cultural heritage; in addition to beautifying forgotten landmarks, buildings and other infrastructure in our community. The Committee will conduct cleanups, plant trees, establish gardens and otherwise decorate and improve the Highland Park’s public landscape. The Beautification Committee will partner with community organizations and city hall, in their beautification, cleanup campaigns, and other projects; and further endeavor to educate and engage residents in beautification projects and clean-up activities to benefit the community.
Committee Co-chairs: Yolanda Nogueira (Board Member) and Rocio Rivas (Board Member)
Committee Members: Jamie Tijerina (Board Member), Teri Bonsell (Stakeholder), Kim Miller (Stakeholder)
2016 Beautification Committee Meeting Agendas and Minutes
September 29, 2016 Meeting Minutes
August 26, 2016 Meeting Minutes
2015 Beautification Committee Meeting Agendas and Minutes
February 10, 2015 Meeting Agenda.pdf
2014 Beautification Committee Meeting Agendas and Minutes
August, 28, 2014 Meeting Agenda.pdf
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