The Polish Hill Civic Association has launched our new website. The site has been updated with PHCA’s new logo as well as images from the Polish Hill neighborhood.
The site has several new features. One of the most important is E-Flea, PHCA’s free neighborhood classifieds. Here, you’ll find listings for events, garage sales, services and listings for real estate and rentals in Polish Hill. The classifieds are accessible from the main site.
A community calendar is embedded in the site so that anyone can access an updated list of events happening in the neighborhood. Our neighbors are encouraged to submit not only events that are happening in Polish Hill but those of interest to the neighborhood because of general interest or participation by one of our talented residents.
The Polish Hill Voice has been published by the PHCA for several years. Some past issues as well as all upcoming issues are available in downloadable form from the site as well as from BLOGSKI.
PHCA is a member organization. For the first time ever PHCA is able to register members online through the Membership page. Membership is $5.00 a year and payment is accepted online through a PayPal account.
There are several community organizations in Polish Hill. The Ladies United for the Preservation of Endangered Cocktails and Project 53 both make their homes in Polish Hill. The PHCA invites you to get acquainted with the neighborhood through its Directory page.
A comprehensive page of resources for the neighborhood and the city is included in the suite of pages on the site. Links and contact information for government officials is available. PHCA has also provided a convenient list of links to homeowner and business owner assistance in the city of
PHCA extends our heartfelt thanks to the individuals that have made the initiation of the new site possible. Jake Peterson of EyeFlow spent days designing the site with all of its components and features. Terrance Doloughty donated domain registration and site hosting. PHCA would like to acknowledge Michael Knobil and Ron Donoughe for allowing the organization to use their images on the website.