Upper Hurstville | Residents Association and Security District
Security District Board of Commissioners and Residents Association which work to maintain security and quality of life on the squares bounded by Magazine St., Exposition Blvd., Prytania St. & Nashville Ave. The Security district budget is funded by parcel fees on non exempt parcels, and the Resident's Association is funded by membership dues. Both boards are made up of property owners in the district who volunteer to serve.
Upper Hurstville Security District and Residents Association
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Neighborhood Updates

Garbage Collection Notice

The City has announced that curbside sanitation pick-up will be changed to once-a-week until further notice.

Household garbage pickup in Upper Hurstville will be on Fridays, except for Exposition Boulevard which will be on Wednesdays.

Curbside recycling pickup has been reinstated on Thursdays.

Message from the UHSD President:  EXTRA PATROL

We would like to let everyone know that we have added an extra patrol during the evening hours between 11:00 PM-7:00 AM, so there will now be two patrol cars patrolling our District, effective 10/17/19.

This will be a patrol serviced by our private patrol service GardaWorld (formerly NOPP). We hope this will address some of the increase in crime activity, particularly with car break ins and vandalizing vehicles in our neighborhood.

We will continue to have the NOPD patrol from 4:00-12:00 PM. If you have any concerns or any suggestions that might give better patrol service please let me or any board member know. We would welcome hearing from you. Thanks, Pat Talley

Patrick A. Talley, Jr.
President, Upper Hurstville Security District and Residents Association

Important Information

UHSD+RA Quarterly Board Meeting

The Upper Hurstville Security District and Residents Association quarterly board meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022 at 6:30 pm. Please write to info@upperhurstville.com if you have anything you would like to have placed on the agenda for discussion.

UH Residential & Business Directory

Please email info@upperhurstville.com to request a PDF of the Upper Hurstville Residential and Business Directory. Please include your name and address in your request. Also, please email all changes and/or updates for inclusion in the next edition of the UH Directory.

Upper Hurstville Safety Initiative

Click here to see the “Ten Commandments” of  Neighborhood Safety including the porch light initiative and other great safety reminders.

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SECURITY REMINDERS Light up your property. Call the security patrol when arriving and departing home. Remain vigilant and report anything suspicious immediately. Leave nothing in you car. CRIME CONCERNS Crime has been a hot topic lately, with the City seeing an uptick in armed robberies and car-jackings.  We would like to remind and encourage all UH residents to make use of our security patrols when arriving and departing home.  The mobile phone number is 504-451-1614. Information on incidents and crime statistics can be found on the NOPD Website, NOPD Facebook page and Interactive Crime......

Please see below for a proposed zoning text change that would allow fourplex apartments by right in the HU-RD2, HU-RM1, and HU-B1 zoning districts that are in Upper Hurstville in exchange for 1 of the 4 units being an affordable housing unit.  There is a CM committee meeting Today 12/13 and a  council meeting for a vote on 12/16.  The meeting on Friday was a zoom call and it was pretty unilateral that most neighborhoods did not know about this ordinance, were not at the table when it......

LEAKE AVENUE REPAIRS The City has announced that a section of Leake Avenue between Broadway and Prytania Street (appx. four blocks, from Lambeth House to Carver Playground) will be closed in both directions and under repair until Spring of 2022.  The official detour route is via Broadway and St. Charles Avenue. Here is a link to the official notice. GARBAGE COLLECTION and RECYCLING The City has announced that once per week garbage pickup will continue for the time being, with no schedule for a return to twice weekly pickup.  However, recycling......

Tomorrow (10/19/21) at 6:00 pm, there will be an informational Zoom meeting (link info below) with the developer and architect for the property located at 6038 Camp Street.  This proposed project involves the following notable elements: the partial, but significant, demolition of an existing single-family, one-story structure; a large, two-story camelback addition to this structure; the subdivision of the lot into two lots of record; and construction of a second, all-new residence on the re-subdivided lot.  Also to be considered is the loss of existing off-street parking spaces serving both the current and proposed residences while adding......