Over 55? Here’s how to apply for our home improvement grants
We started a new initiative this year to help Highland homeowners over the age of 55 with minor outdoor home improvements. These projects can range from small projects to fence repairs.
Highland homeowners over the age of 55 can apply for mini grants through our online application form or they can download the form below and mail it to:
Highland Restoration Association
520 Olive St.
Shreveport, La. 71104
Applications must be received by Thursday, Aug. 1. Repairs will be completed in the fall with grant dollars being put toward material costs. Labor will be covered through the generosity of Highland Restoration Association members. For more information, email us at [email protected].
We’ve got another neighborhood cleanup planned this month, and we’d love for you to join us!
As part of Shreveport Green’s Great American Cleanup, Highland Restoration Association will be meeting at 9 a.m. Saturday, April 13 at Columbia Park for a neighborhood cleanup. We’ll divide up to pick up trash along the streets surrounding the park.
We provide the trash bags, grabbers, gloves and water. We just need you!
In addition to picking up trash, we’re focusing this cleanup on removing tires from around the neighborhood. If you know of a location or have some of your own, email us at [email protected] with the location, and we’ll pick them up that morning.
Highland Restoration Association needs your help. One of our projects in 2019 is to design and construct mile markers along the walking path at Highland Park. These won’t just be any mile markers! Each will showcase fun facts about our historic neighborhood.
SPAR (Shreveport Public Assembly & Recreation) will install the markers this spring alongside a host of other park improvements, including new playground equipment, benches and updated signage at the Olive Street entrance.