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September 22nd, 2016 by Megan
The public is invited to the Hillcrest Business Association’s upcoming Annual Meeting & Mixer
October 11th from 5:00pm-7pm
H20 Sushi & Izakaya located at 3930 Fifth Ave.
Each quarter we have our HBA Open House which we invite and encourage all our members and the community to attend. HBA Open Houses are a great way to bring the Hillcrest community together and find opportunities to get everyone more involved in the neighborhood. You get a chance to let us know what we can do to better serve the business community. This month is our Annual Meeting, so it’s the most important meeting of the year. The Board of Directors and Parking District elections will be held. You’ll be the first to see a copy of our Annual Report.
August 4th, 2016 by Megan
Homelessness is a difficult challenge for many urban neighborhoods including Hillcrest. Homeless people act in anti-social ways and drive away your customers. Homeless people are drawn to Hillcrest because of the proximity of the neighborhood to Balboa Park, the local hospitals and the generous nature of the neighborhood. As a business owner, the last thing you want to do is have to deal with a problematic homeless people. This brochure is designed to help you better engage with this population and prevent them from disrupting your business.
The Hillcrest Business Association provides a variety of security services that you can take advantage of. Depending on where your business is in the neighborhood, you have differing levels of services that you can take advantage of. Below is a list of steps and best management practices you can take to secure your business.
May 5th, 2016 by Megan
Hillcrest is re-imagining Normal Street with four days of free family fun starting Thursday May 12th and ending with the Hillcrest Farmers Market on Sunday May 15th. We will be transforming Normal Street into a car free public space and opening up the street to pedestrians and cyclists.
The event will kick off on Thursday May 12th, 6pm-10pm with a Pechakucha Night where planners and creatives share their ideas in 20 images for 20 seconds each. On Friday May 13th, 6pm-11pm we will be hosting an event for the whole family with our Bike-In movie featuring Steven Spielberg’s blockbuster classic, E.T. On Saturday May 14th Hillcrest Brewing Company presents their Hillcrest Craft Beer Crawl from 2pm-6pm followed by a free concert under the stars at Re-imagine Normal Street from 6pm-10pm. On Sunday May 15th things will resume their natural order as we set up for the Hillcrest Farmers Market from 9am-2pm. We will be launching a crowd sourcing campaign on IndieGoGO on May 12th to help raise funds to make our public space a reality!