Community Updates!

Clean First

The Clean First Program was developed in response to the City’s Clean-up Cuse Adopt-A-Block program, a year-long neighborhood beautification initiative. Focusing on the Historic Hawley-Green triangle (bounded by James St., Lodi St., and Burnet Ave.) NEHDA is encouraging neighborhood residents, property owners/investors, businesses and stakeholders to assist with “on the spot” litter pickup, as necessary.Clean First will allow those who are interested to stop by the NEHDA offices any weekday during the first full week of each month, grab a bag, and proceed to any area in the Hawley-Green triangle and help beautify our neighborhood. Volunteers can return to NEHDA, drop off what they have picked up and let us know the area they cleaned.  More information can be found here.


Appreciation Picnic – SAVE THE DATE JULY 17

Please join NEHDA and the Syracuse Northeast Community Center (SNCC) on July 17th from 3:00 pm -7:00 pm as we continue our annual Appreciation Day Picnic.  This is our way of saying thanks to residents, stakeholders, city employees, volunteers and anyone that helps make our community a better place to live.  We will also be celebrating the 40th anniversary of SNCC.  The event will take place in front of the Community Center at 716 Hawley Avenue.  Free food, fun and games.

Volunteers will also be needed for this event from 2 pm to 8 pm.

If you’re interested in volunteering, please contact Katie Stager at 315-472-6343 ext. 211 or Hiba Attia at 315-425-1032.


Northside TNT

Just a reminder, there are no Northside TNT meetings scheduled for July or August. Meetings will resume on Wednesday, September 19th.

Upcoming Events

Trails, Tales and Whales: 200 Years of the Erie Canal

July 5 |  12:00 PM-1:30 PM
Erie Canal Museum, Syracuse, New York

. . . Everything Else

Notable Links in Syracuse

1. 2018 Save The Rain – Rain Barrel Workshop Residents of the County will be able to attend a 30-minute workshop to learn about Save the Rain program and how they can help in the clean-up of Onondaga Lake by using a rain barrel.  Attendees will receive a FREE rain barrel to take home. Click here for more information.

2. Pretty & Pink now open – While discovering her passion for event planning Pretty & Pink emerged! Fun, Whimsical, Unique and Feminine decorated from start to finish. Pretty & Pink Party Planning LLC is owned and operated by Jontia Grady Branch. The new mini event boutique is located @ 400 Butternut Street in the Butternut Commons Plaza.

Looking for a space to host your next Birthday Party, Women’s Group or Meeting, Bridal Shower or Baby Shower or Entertaining Spa Party for your daughter? Click here to find out more information.

3. The SCSD will provide FREE meals and snacks to children age 18 & under daily throughout the summer as part of its Summer Food Service Program. Select locations will offer special services starting on June 26th.