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

UHSD has new private patrol service provider

The UHSD board has contracted with Security Engineers Incorporated (SEI) as the new private patrol security service beginning June 1st, 2022.  The patrol phone number remains unchanged: 504-451-1614.  In addition to the private patrol, off-duty NOPD officers will continue to patrol during the overnight hours.  Note that UHSD shares all patrols with the Audubon Area Security District (AASD) across Prytania Street to St. Charles Avenue.
Read letter from UHSD President, Pat Talley.

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.

Important Information

UHSD+RA Quarterly Board Meeting

The Upper Hurstville Security District and Residents Association quarterly board meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, April 11, 2023 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.  Click here for Agenda.

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.

Email Blog

SEI reported that several car windows were broken between 2 am and 6 am on Tuesday 6/20. 5:55 am 1000 block Nashville Avenue. – The back driver side window of a Toyota Tundra SR5 was broken.  5:25 am 1100 block State Street – The back driver window of a black Audi A6 was broken.  3:57 am 6000 block Coliseum Street – Broken passenger window on a white Chevy Silverado. 2:57 am 1100 block Webster Street – The back passenger window of a grey Tahoe was broken. 2:24 am......

In response to the recent uptick in crime in and around our neighborhoods, the UHSD and AASD Boards have added a second private patrol vehicle, nightly between 11 pm and 7 am, for the foreseeable future.  Remember to please leave your porch lights on, be aware of your surroundings, and leave nothing in your car.  Call the patrol (504-451-1614) if you see anything suspicious in the area, and remember that they are available 24/7 to escort you between your car and your door. Your UHSD Board of Commissioners...

The Hurstville Security and Neighborhood Improvement District has called a neighborhood meeting with District A Councilmember Joe Giarrusso and NOPD Second District Captain Nolan to discuss the recent uptick in crime in the Uptown area.   Surrounding neighborhood organizations are invited to participate.  All are welcome to join in on Thursday, May 18th, beginning at 5:30pm at the Jewish Community Center on the corner of St. Charles and Jefferson Avenues. We encourage you to participate.  Your UHSD Board of Commissioners...

Recently, we have all been concerned with numerous issues in our neighborhood, including the proliferation of criminal activity, the deplorable conditions of our streets and routinely missed garbage pickups which are scheduled for Fridays but is regularly not picked up until well into the next week.  I want to assure you that the Board has been proactive about addressing these problems. I have personally been in regular communication with our Councilman Joe Giarusso and he has assured me that the problems that we are having with the garbage......