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

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 unscheduled at this time. 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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UHRA 2021 Membership Dues / Data Sheet INVOICE $25 For a pdf copy of this invoice please click here.To pay online using PayPal or a credit card, please click here.If you pay online, you may submit the Data Sheet via reply email. The Upper Hurstville Resident’s Association (UHRA) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, volunteer managed association and is funded by annual membership dues of $25 per parcel, per calendar year. The purpose of the association is to: Promote the neighborhood’s safe, quiet, family friendly ambiance Facilitate good relations with commercial interests Promote historic preservation and improve the esthetic......