Thu, Apr 16, 6:00 PM Downtown Carlisle Association offices at 53 South Street (basement) https://carlislewestside.nextdoor.com/events/278715/ Are you interested in making Carlisle a more pedestrian friendly place? Do often walk or bike to places in town? Do you have kids and want to make their walk to school safer? Great! Come out next Thursday (4/16) at… Read More Carlisle Walk-ability/Bike-ability Working Group
We are happy to announce that Carlisle Borough has hired Frederick, Seibert & Associates (FSA) to design construction plans for the Heberlig Palmer Park upgrade. They will then oversee the construction as contractors implement the different projects within the park. This project is funded through funds raised from individual, business and grant donations including grants from the Department of Conservation… Read More Frederick, Seibert & Associates, Inc. hired to design Heberlig Palmer Park Construction Plans
The Carlisle Neighborhood Alliance is a network of residents who have come together to develop a sense of community and build relationships between each other and the downtown. To make this vision a reality, we will be focusing on seven working groups (six included in this survey) made up of local residents and community partners… Read More Help Carlisle become a more Vibrant, Connected and Playful Community!
Home Rule Q & A Forum Details Mon, Apr 20, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM Alliance Church Carlisle Alliance Church, East North Street, Carlisle, PA Home Rule Q & A session to explain the Home Rule Charter to appear on the May ballot. Home Rule committee members will be present to answer questions from the… Read More Home Rule Q & A Forum – Mon, Apr 20, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
These are a series of historical Sanborn Insurance Maps of our neighborhood dating from 1885, 1890, 1896, 1902, 1909 and 1915. It’s incredible to see how the area built up over the years and which businesses set up shop in our community. Did you learn anything about your home from these blasts from the past?… Read More Carlisle West Side Historical Maps 1885, 1890, 1896, 1902, 1909 and 1915
Carlisle West Side Neighbors are trying to find better ways to connect our community without only relying only on monthly meetings and the public forum of Facebook. Nextdoor is a private online network that verifies addresses so only people who actually live in a designated area can see other people’s posts or connect with each… Read More Join our Nextdoor Online Neighborhood
The new Project SHARE Farm Stand on the corner of N. Pitt and Lincoln St. has slowly been taking shape and soon enough it will be finished. SHARE has reached out to West Side Neighbors, Shiloh Baptist Church, Carlisle Evangelical Free Church and The Tree of Life Church so we can pull together a BIG group of volunteers… Read More Project SHARE Farm Stand Open House, Celebration & Volunteer Day of Sharing
A Community Workshop on Ending Poverty February 27, 2015 This community workshop will include presentations on local and national poverty conditions and trends, a panel of people who are working in different ways on poverty in our region, and small group discussions. The workshop would be facilitated to yield ideas for effective actions and collaborations… Read More Community Workshop on Ending Poverty – 2/27/15
Hey Neighbors! Last year we accomplished SO MUCH and the West Side is improving because of the hard work from the people who live here who extended a helping hand. We have raised $157,000 to upgrade Heberlig Palmer Park so those plans will continue to be coordinated by Parks and Recreation with guidance from us this… Read More Brainstorming Ideas for the West Side in 2015
One of our West Side Neighbors is the Carlisle Police Department and they have been working to strengthen ties with our community over the past year through outreach. They have attended, and spoke at, multiple town hall sessions discussing safety and codes, strengthening neighborhoods and community building. They are now opening their doors to the community… Read More Carlisle Police Station Open House and Law Enforcement Appreciation Day-Friday, January 9, 2015 4-6pm
Carlisle has 2 great MLK events happening in January and both are in our West Side Community. Sunday, January 18th, 2015 2:45pm 26th Annual MLK Commemoration Carlisle Community Celebration First United Church of Christ 30 North Pitt St. Monday, January 19th, 2015 8:30-4:30 King’s Kamp at the YWCA 301 G St. Free kids camp for 1st-5th… Read More Free Kings Kamp and Martin Luther King Jr Celebration
Carlisle has an abundance of wonderful events during the holidays so here is a handy guide to help you map out the season week by week. While you enjoy these events or while you are shopping at a small business, please consider sharing your experience so others know what great things are happening here in Cumberland… Read More Christmas in Carlisle 2014
Additional and expanded proposed changes related to the Carlisle Urban Redevelopment Plan were presented in May 2014. There are expanded options related to the design and landscaping around the sites and along the main routes connecting them.
The United Way coordinated with us to send some volunteers from Ahold Corporation to work in the park during their Day of Caring. 15 volunteers worked for 3 hours and painted over the last of the graffiti left on structures along the park, layered Frog Alley with a thick coat of mulch so weeds won’t… Read More United Way Day of Caring-Ahold Volunteers Work in HP Park
Hooray! A year and a half after we started this project and 6 months after we applied for the DCNR grant, we finally have our funding totaling $157,000! We have always made our park revitalization plan flexible so we could still install most elements even if the funding was less than we anticipated. It’s wonderful… Read More Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Awards Heberlig Palmer Park $78,500 Matching Grant
Community Potluck and Discussion Tuesday, September 9, 2014 6 PM to 8 PM Community/Police Relations Lessons learned from Ferguson Community/Police Relations Lessons learned from Ferguson Enjoy an informal meal with community members. After dinner at 6:30 PM, we will hear from expert panelists who will discuss how we can work together as a community to… Read More YWCA Community Potluck & Discussion 9/9/14-Community/Police Relations-Lessons learned from Ferguson
A lot of people are making investments in our community and changing the landscape along the way. The Tire and Wheel and IAC sites are being demolished in preparation for new development. Project SHARE farm stand is being torn down so a bigger, better Farm Stand can be built. The Heberlig Palmer Park is being… Read More Own a slice of the West Side!
One of our State Representatives, Rep. Stephen Bloom, is having a “Coffee and Conversation’ town hall meeting in Carlisle this Thursday July 31st. It’s at borough hall at 7pm. No matter what your political affiliation might be, it’s good to have the chance for open dialog with the people who represent us in our local… Read More “Coffee and Conversation” Town Hall Meeting with Rep. Bloom
What have YOU done for your neighborhood lately? These 7th and 8th graders are showing how it’s done! They are attending a leadership camp through the YWCA Carlisle and worked for 3 hours in HP Park. They mulched, weeded, planted, and harvested. Take note, these are our leaders of tomorrow! Thanks for the hard work!
Progress at the Tire and Wheel site has been steady for many months now and by the looks of it today, the main excavation project is almost finished. For the past few months heavy machinery have been unearthing large chunks of concrete and limestone and crushing it into large piles. At this point, they are… Read More Carlisle Tire and Wheel Site Progress
Thursday, June 26 3-6 p.m.: Rotary Roast Beef Dinner, Carlisle High School, 623 W. Penn St., Carlisle. Donation/ticket price is $8. Friday, June 27 6:30-7 p.m.: Opening ceremonies on Rush Campus at Dickinson College 7 p.m.: Ice Cream Social on Rush Campus 7-9 p.m.: Summerfair Concert featuring Cheap Sneakers on Rush Campus. Rain site will… Read More Carlisle Summerfair 2014 Schedule
Saturday, June 21st, Hope Station will hold its annual Juneteenth Celebration. We will be set up there as well as 20 other organizations. Stop by and pick up some free garden seeds and we will have some tomato plants for the early arrivers. This is the biggest event that happens in our NW corner and… Read More Hope Station Juneteenth Celebration June 21st 2014
From the Borough: The Government Study Commission has scheduled a public hearing for Monday, June 2nd at 7:00 p.m. in Borough Hall. The purpose of this hearing is to allow citizens an opportunity to comment on an initial draft of the Home Rule charter. The initial draft charter is the result of over nine months of individual and… Read More Home Rule Draft Charter Recommends Changes in Carlisle Government Structure
The Carlisle Borough Rental Ordinance was enacted January 2012 and since then many residents feel they don’t know the details about what it provides to the community. Our neighborhood should benefit from this ordinance because over 50% of homes in the NW corner are rentals. Renters should be able live in a home that does… Read More Community Invitation to Review Rental Ordinance
It’s official. This will be the first year that fresh food will be growing and freely available to all in a public space in Carlisle. Today we finished planting the raised garden bed and it is filled with delicious fruits, vegetables and herbs. The fruit trees we planted earlier this spring are sprouting small fruit… Read More Fresh Free Food Growing in Heberlig Palmer Park
Carlisle has lined up a great list of free concerts and performances throughout the summer. All of these are FREE! Mark your calendar for a summer filled with live music. **If we missed an event and you want to have it added, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with more information.** Summer Artist Series at Thornwald Park Dates: June… Read More Free Summer Concerts & Performances in Carlisle 2014
Plant Sale Special Perennials Date: Friday, May 16. 8:00 – 5:00 Saturday, May 17 8:00 to 12. Backyard of: 529 S. Bedford St, Carlisle, PA Fine plants for shady garden places:Hostas, European Ginger, Solomon Seal. Most hostas are green and were purchased from reputable garden centers. A few other plants, some… Read More Plant Sale 5/16 & 5/17 to Benefit HP Park
The upcoming West Side Neighbors meeting on Monday May 19th at 6:30 will be held at 252 A street (Friends Meeting House) and a representative from the Carlisle Police Department will be attending to listen to residents concerns about crime, drugs and other unwanted activity in our community. Please come out and bring your friends,… Read More West Side Neighbors Meeting with Carlisle Police Representative
PPL is currently doing work on Carlisle’s West substation 1 and 2. Here’s an update regarding road closures in the Borough due to this project: Road Closures *W. North St. from Ash Avenue to N. College St. – Expected closure until 5/21/2014. North St. from N. College St. to N. West St. – Expected closure… Read More PPL service upgrade street closures in May
The Carlisle Police Department are offering a Junior Police Academy for rising 7th graders this June. It sounds like a wonderful FREE program that will expose them to many aspects of law enforcement, emergency services and team building. Please spread the word to youth in our neighborhood and have them apply by May 15th. … Read More Carlisle Police Sponsor Junior Police Academy for 7th Graders