Save the Date! 4/14/18 8am-Noon Heberlig Palmer Park 131 Lincoln Ave. https://www.facebook.com/events/350518805467093/ ” Improving the Neighborhood One House at a Time” For the 4rd year in a row, Local Churches, Neighborhood Organizations and Non-Profit Organizations will come together on the morning of April 14th to help neighbors work on minor external repairs in their yards… Read More 4th Annual Neighbors Helping Neighbors Clean Up Event- 4/14/18 8am-Noon + Community Picnic
Save the Date! 4/29 8am-Noon Heberlig Palmer Park 131 Lincoln Ave. ” Improving the Neighborhood One House at a Time” For the 3rd year in a row, Local Churches, Neighborhood Organizations and Non-Profit Organizations will come together on the morning of April 29th to help neighbors work on minor external repairs in their yards and… Read More 3rd Annual Neighbors Helping Neighbors Clean Up Event- 4/29 8am-Noon + Community Picnic
On April 9th we were planning to hold our Neighbors Helping Neighbors Work Day. Unfortunately the weather was in the 30’s and snowy so we postponed a week and crossed our fingers that it would be successful on April 15th. That Saturday morning the sun was shining and we had around 80 people come out to… Read More Neighbors Helping Neighbors-Photo Gallery-4/15/16
We had the pleasure of hosting 40+ Dickinson College first year students for their community service work. They weeded, mulched and planted around the alleys of Heberlig Palmer Park, trimmed low hanging branches, cleaned up litter, mulched and weeded tree wells on neighboring streets and cleared storm drains. They worked extremely hard all afternoon and… Read More Dickinson College First Year Students volunteer in HP Park West Side Neighborhood
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!
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
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
***Spring Spruce Up Part II will happen Saturday April 19th at 9am. Projects will include building raised garden beds and some other general sprucing up. Please email email@example.com if you think you can attend. Drop ins won’t be turned away though. thanks!*** This is what COMMUNITY looks like. 94 people came out to clean up the… Read More Spring Spruce Up Success!
The Downtown Carlisle Association’s Design Committee announced today new programs targeting downtown litter and debris. The overall Keep It Clean Carlisle! program will provide on-going programs dedicated to maintaining a beautiful downtown streetscape. Concentrating in the downtown C-1 district (North to South Street & Bedford to West Street) this program will target educating business owners,… Read More Keep It Clean Carlisle! Take 10 Minutes to Make Your Place Shine
Do you know discarding of old furniture, mattresses and rubbish, etc. is a problem in the Borough? In the past few months, there has been a sudden increase in dumping rubbish (old furniture, mattresses, etc.) in the alleys and on private property in the Borough. If anyone in the Borough witnesses this happening or knows… Read More Help Keep our Borough Clean
Come out for Carlisle’s Fall Neighborhood Clean-up on October 27th at 9am. We will meet on the Square where the farmer’s market sets up. We will focus on cleaning up litter as well as weeding tree wells and mulching. Everyone is welcome to help out including Carlisle’s youngest neighbors. Make this a family affair or… Read More Carlisle Neighborhood Clean-up Oct. 27th 9am
Due to a crazy amount of rain, the cleanup was a wash out. We are trying to still get a mini clean up organized Tuesday April 26th after work starting at 5:30. We will meet at Hope Station on Penn Street to pick up supplies and then venture out into different sections. We hope to… Read More Spring Clean-up Make-up Day
Although it is supposed to rain tomorrow, the cleanup will still take place. Personally, if it is pouring out, I won’t actually do any cleaning on Saturday but will pick up supplies and go out on my own on Sunday or another day in the week. The Sentinel did post an article about the clean… Read More A Rainy Cleanup Day
Carlisle needs a little help getting ready for the summer so once again there will be an all town clean up on Saturday April 16th 2011 from 10am – 12pm. People will meet at the First Presbyterian Church on the corner of High and Hanover (where the farmer’s market is held each summer) to pick… Read More Come Out for Carlisle Spring Clean Up April 16th 2011!
This past Saturday Carlisle held it’s borough wide fall clean up campaign. The West Side Neighbors teamed up with the other neighborhood organizations in the area to clean up the streets. We will having another one in the Spring around Earth day in case you missed this one. The Sentinel wrote up a nice piece… Read More West Side Neighbors participate in fall cleanup
Invest in your Neighborhood! Come out & help with the Fall Clean-Up Day When: Saturday, October 23, 2010 Time: 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Where: West Side Residents gather at Hope Station 149 W. Penn St. East Side Residents gather at Carlisle Alliance Church, 237 East North Street SoSo Residents gather at 250 S. Pitt… Read More Carlisle Fall Clean-Up Day Fall 2010