A truckload of trash was collected on Saturday, April 11, 2015, as neighbors joined with students to cleanup the neighborhood.
Thanks to Wiles Hill-Highland Park neighbors including: Anders, Ann, Dave, Jane, Kitty, Randy, Richard, and Wes, as well as the WVU student group who helped.
A special thanks to the WVU Center for Service and Learning, WVU Student Government Association and the City of Morgantown for supporting the event.
Make a difference in your neighborhood: Help with a spring cleanup
A neighborhood trash cleanup will be held Saturday, April 11, 2015, in partnership with WVU’s Week of Engagement Kickoff. Neighbors, including WVU students from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. are asked to help, spread the word, and participate. Gloves, bags, and supplies will be provided. Dress appropriately. Gather and start at 287 Eureka Drive. Limited parking is available on site. (View a map.)
Join neighbors for this two-hour service project to cleanup Wiles Hill-Highland Park
Plan to meet at the Gazebo at Wiles Hill Park on Saturday, April 11, prior to the start of the event at 11 a.m. Help for some or all of the cleanup event. Please help make a difference in our neighborhood.
For more information or to help, neighbors can contact Richard Dumas and students can contact Andrew Carter.
Time volunteered with this project counts toward WVU Million Hour Match. Learn more about this service project.
Help prioritize the service by suggesting a neighborhood cleanup site
If you know of an area in Wiles Hill-Highland Park that would benefit from attention during this cleanup event, please help us by suggesting a cleanup site by Thursday, April 9.
Use the online form to suggest a cleanup site by Thursday, April 9.
- Gloves, bags, and supplies will be provided.
- Dress appropriately (pants, long-sleeve shirts, closed-toe shoes, goggles, etc.)
- Meet at the Gazebo across from the Wiles Hill Senior & Community Center at 287 Eureka Drive.
- This event will be held rain or shine.
- Suggest cleanup sites by Thursday, April 9.
Announcing a new way to connect with neighbors and friends using Facebook
Please take a moment to join the new Wiles Hill-Highland Park Neighbors Facebook Group. This group has been setup to help facilitate open communication among all neighbors and friends of the neighborhood for those using Facebook.
What to post
If you have an announcement to share, question to ask, issue to voice, or you just want to introduce yourself and meet other neighbors, please use this new group.
What not to post
Please be respectful of others by avoiding and refraining from posting private or prohibited content.
Thanks for keeping the conversation civil
Remember: the Wiles Hill-Highland Park neighborhood includes many families and children who use our website and social media. The Wiles Hill-Highland Park Neighborhood Association assumes no responsibility for any posts by individuals to the group, nor does the content posted necessarily reflect any official or unofficial position of the neighborhood association, unless otherwise issued by a current officer. Content is not reviewed nor is it approved. The Wiles Hill-Highland Park Neighborhood Association reserves the right to discontinue this free service at any time without notice or reason. Posts and members not adhering to established rules may be removed without warning.
Should you have questions about the Wiles Hill-Highland Park Neighbors Facebook Group, please contact us.