The Virginia-Highland Civic Association organizes two main events each year, Summerfest and the Tour of Homes. These events earn revenue to fund many of neighborhood initiatives. In addition, we organize other social and fund-raising events for specific purposes such as fund-raisers for Fire Station #19.
Recently we have formed a committee to look at adding one or more events during the year – either as fund-raisers or as purely community building activities. This survey is designed to solicit your feedback on the types of events that are most interesting to you. Please follow the link to take the three-question survey.
The recent survey of Virginia-Highland residents shows that public safety, the commercial district, public infrastructure, and neighborhood parks are the top policy issues we care about. And while the commercial mix and safety are high on the list of activities that residents rated as important, there is room for improvement. Read the full report to learn more.
The Virginia-Highland Civic Association Board, elected in September, is looking for input from association members as we make plans for 2017. Please follow the link below to complete a brief survey so that we can learn how to serve you better.
All responses will remain anonymous, and the survey will remain open through Sunday, December 11th. Note that at this time we are only seeking responses from residents of Virginia-Highland who are 18 years of age or older.
If you have questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RV8G656
By Kay Stephenson, VHCA Board Vice President and Cindy Kaufman, VHCA Communications Chair
As the newly-elected board is getting settled into our roles, we are anxious to connect with the residents of Virginia-Highland, and make ourselves available to you for all your questions, comments, concerns, or other ideas that you may have to share. With that in mind, please note that there is a new “ASK VHCA” button on the VHCA website home page where you can contact us about any such questions! Just click on the button and fill out the form that pops up. You may select the committee you wish to direct your question to, or if you are unsure about where to direct your question, that’s an option as well. An email will be sent with your contact information and message, and you will receive a note back as soon as the committee chair can respond.
The new board wants your engagement! We want to hear from you regularly and often, and want to know what’s on your mind. We also want to be available to answer questions and concerns that you have. Please feel free to use this handy tool to reach out. Hope to hear from you soon!
Also, the VHCA elves are hard at work preparing a survey that will be sent out to all association members (anyone over 18 who owns a home or rents in VaHi) to get your thoughts on a variety of topics, so stay tuned. As soon as we are ready we will make announcements on Nextdoor, VHList, VHCA website, Facebook page, Twitter and through the Voice with all the details.