Morris Hill Neighborhood Association is a volunteer nonpartisan organization and was created for the purpose of educating, informing, and engaging the Morris Hill community. Our primary goal is to help nurture a safe, peaceful, and healthy neighborhood environment.
Our organization is run by neighborhood volunteers and we depend completely on donated labor and financial resources to accomplish any of our goals. Donations are always gladly accepted!
Morris Hill is not a Homeowner’s Association with dues or covenant requirements. We are not involved in code enforcement issues. If you have been reported regarding a City Code related situation, please know that the Morris Hill Neighborhood Association did not report you.
Make a wish for your loved one or neighbor! The Morris Hill Wishing Tree is available at 408 N Garden St, 7:00AM to 9:00PM, now until New Year’s Eve. The Wishing Tree brings hope, shares gratitude, and spreads cheer during the holiday season!
Thank you to the following individuals who participated in our 2022 Campaign! We greatly appreciate your generosity: Chris & Lynn Lockhart, Frank & Kristin Young, Carrie Semmelroth & Graham Wright, Georgianna Ainslie
A special thanks goes out to everyone who participated in our annual RMC pull tab giving opportunity! Shannon & Mechelle Grisso, Georgianna Ainslie, Chris & Lynn Lockhart, Anne Marie Piccotti, John Piccotti, Anne Stafford
What do you like best about living in Morris Hill?
“It’s a thriving, thoughtful, caring community.”
– Sonya C. –
“Central location, good people. Our family appreciates what the Neighborhood Association does.”
– TJ S. –
“I love Morris Hill because it’s a great, growing, yet tight knit neighborhood.”
– Roger G. –
“Morris Hill has great walkability and a sense of community. It is wonderful to see the history with all of the homes and the area. There are fun activities around the holidays!”
– Ashley H. –
“Helpful Neighbors! Also centrally located in the valley!”
– Micah S. –