Membership

We would like to thank those who have actively supported the Association over the years, we appreciate your support.

We are all fortunate to live in a fantastic neighborhood like Hilltop. The Cranmer Park/Hilltop Civic Association was established in the 1950’s to preserve, protect, and enhance the quality of life and existing character of the neighborhood. Please help us to continue our efforts by becoming a member or by renewing your membership with a $25 contribution.

Joining the Cranmer Park/Hilltop Civic Association is an important investment in your neighborhood. Your support lets us:

  • Direct monetary grants to schools and parks for capital improvements
  • Pay for expenses associated with organizing community forums or meetings on topics of importance to the neighborhood
  • Annual Halloween Parade and the July 4th Community Picnic at Cranmer Park
  • Work on Zoning, Traffic and Development related matters on behalf of the neighborhood
  • Advocate for our Parks
  • Make sure your voice is heard in City Government
  • Work to improve safety and reduce crime

Like any organization, there are costs associated with such efforts, including insurance, printing and mailing, maintenance of our website, distribution of our email newsletter, as well as membership fees in organizations such as Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation. We also spend funds to host neighborhood events.

One way that we can reduce future expenditures is to conduct more of our administrative business and communication on-line or via email.  We are happy to announce that we now have a secure on-line membership renewal option and invite you to consider joining us now – just click on the Pay Dues Online Button on the right side of this page.   If you prefer to mail a check, complete and send the CPHCA Membership Form 2017 today.  Are you new to the neighborhood or have you changed your email address recently?   Please use this same form to provide your email address and help us in this effort to be better stewards of your membership dollars.  We promise to communicate information only when it has a neighborhood impact.

Thank you for your support of our Association!