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!
**Postponed** Due to a delay in getting the power connected, the date has been moved back to early June (most likely). Light it up! Wednesday May 16, 2012 8:00 p.m. The Downtown Neighborhood Connection Board invites you to celebrate the new sidewalk lights on the 100 block of North Pitt Street, and thank all of… Read More **Postponed**Pitt Street Lighting Celebration**Postponed**
Project Porchlight is a simple yet super effective initiative to help keep neighborhoods safe & welcoming by keeping the street well lit all night long. Each neighbor can do their part by simply installing a light bulb in their porchlight and flicking the switch on each evening and turning it off in the morning. Street… Read More Trick or Treat with Project Porchlight
The next West Side Neighbors Meeting will be this upcoming Wednesday, October 20th. We meet at 7pm in the Carlisle Police Station’s community room. Some topics that will most likely be covered are encouraging people to start leaving their porch lights on all night to increase safety as well as the recent graffiti found on… Read More Next West Side Neighbors Meeting Wed. Oct. 20th
Neighborhoods are safer, friendlier and more inviting when they are well lit. It would be great if all streets would have pretty new street lights like the ones installed on North Street but in the meantime, each home owner and renter can make the neighborhood safer with just a light bulb. Project Porchlight is an… Read More Project Porchlight