Each year, as required by our Articles of Incorporation, we hold an annual meeting - open to all current residents. Traditionally, this meeting is held on a Monday evening in January and has for many years been graciously hosted by our good neighbor - Jefferson Baptist Church. In addition to the nomination and voting of new board members, the meeting is a time to recap the years events, talk about future events and includes a presentation from our Crime Prevention District Board. Also, it often includes short presentations from invited local politicians and dignitaries.
One of the goals of our Civic Association is to welcome new residents to our neighborhood. Toward that end, we have a duty , filled by one or more Board members, to contact and welcome our new neighbors and furnish them with pertinent information about our neighborhood. If you know of someone new to our neighborhood who has not been contacted, please click below to let us know.
Yard of the Month is awarded from May to September each year. Judging is conducted on the first weekend of each month. The winning yard is based on neatness, appearance and color.
The judging for the Halloween contest occurs on the Saturday before Halloween each year. This judging is conducted at night, so make sure your display is well-lit.
For the Christmas contest, the displays are judged on the Friday before the Luminary Display. Winners are awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places, as well as - Best Door and Best Wreath.
You know it's Christmas time when you drive down our streets and the sidewalks are lined with the twinkling of candle luminaries. These paper bags are anchored with sand and contain candles which are sold as a set throughout the neighborhood the weekend of the event. It's a fun time when W/PP neighbors share hot chocolate at designated homes and visitors from neighboring subdivisions drive through our streets admiring our holiday cheer.
There comes a time of year when Santa gives Rudolph's light a break and instead turns to the flashing sirens of the St. George Fire Department to guide him through the streets. W/PP children look forward to hearing the sirens of the fire trucks making their way through the neighborhood and run out to wave to Santa as he drives by with a Ho! Ho! Ho! Parents look forward to hearing the sirens because it's a reminder of how blessed they are to have their family protected by the brave men of the St. George Fire Department so close by.