Cupid’s Cup Traffic Advisory

YellowJacket Racing is producing a running race called Cupid’s Cup 5K on the morning of Sunday, February 10th @ 9AM, West Irondequoit HS. This notification is to inform the community of affected streets and closures during certain timeframes; local residential traffic may be delayed but will be accommodated. Traffic will be able to cross through the closed areas, so not to completely halt transportation to churches, businesses and homes.

From 8:45AM to 10AM there may be limited traffic on Cooper Rd. During this time local traffic will be controlled at these locations. Setup will take place at the High School starting at 6AM and ending at 11AM. 700 athletes are expected to participate.

The route of the course is described below:

  • Start/Finish at West Irondequoit HS.
  • Start on Cooper heading north to Hartland.
  • Right on Hartland, Left on Frankland Rd, Right on Couchman, Left on Poppy, Right on Pinegrove.
  • Right on List Ave, Left on Wyndale, Right on Belmeade, Left on Hedgegarth Dr, Right on Cooper
  • Finishing at W. Irondequoit HS Parking Lot.
  • Full course map at Map My Run
Map showing the route of the Cupid Cup


For more information on the event, please feel free to visit www.yellowjacketracing.com.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation and feel free to come out to participate, volunteer or cheer on the athletes along that morning!

Attention All Eagle Heights Gardeners

Helping Irondequoit Plan for Progress (HIPP) needs your help!

We are looking for additional volunteers for 3 remaining weeks starting 9/24, 10/1 and 10/8.  We are also looking for volunteers for next season.

  • The HIPP group plants annual flowers in 9 oversized street planters on the north side of the Titus/Cooper Rd intersection.
  • Watering volunteers sign up for 1 week of watering between Memorial Day and Halloween, which runs from Monday-Sunday.
  • Volunteers receive 8 3-gallon watering jugs in carrying bins from the previous waterer on Sunday evening.
  • Volunteers fill the jugs at home and water each of the 9 planters between 3 and 6 times during their assigned week, depending on weather
  • When they finish their turn on Sunday, deliver the watering jugs to the next volunteer on the schedule.

Interested parties should send me an email;  Diane Zaccarine, dzacis@rochester.rr.com  and I will provide them information

Event: July 28th Fresh Food Frenzy

poster describing content of blog postWe are partnering with Pardee Hill to help stock the Irondequoit Community Cupboard with fresh fruit and vegetables on Saturday, July 28th. Here’s what we need you to do:

  1. Shop for produce throughout the week (we encourage you to buy local, but any produce is good!)
  2. Drop the produce off at the Irondequoit Community Cupboard (4275 Culver Road) between 8:15 and 9:15am.

If it’s easier, please donate using the button below before Saturday, July 28th Please remember to put Eagle Heights in the “Special Note to Seller” box so our donations can be tracked.





Neighborhood Enhancement Projects: Call for Proposals

In anticipation of a new round of NEP funding from the Town of Irondequoit, Eagle Heights is soliciting proposals for the projects for 2019. Here’s what we need:

  1. A brief description of your idea. Include photos and approximate costs.
  2. A paragraph explaining why your idea is important.
  3. A paragraph explaining the proposed benefits of your project.

Projects last year ranged from $500- $7500. For 2018 we asked for street toppers which were approved by the town and should be going up around our boundaries shortly.

Send completed proposals to our inbox, contact@eagleheightsna.org by August 16, 2018.

Recap of our June 5th Meeting

Attendance:

Leadership Team: Logan Rath, Joanne Brown, Lou DiGregorio

Excused: Janet Roy, Karen Knauf

Residents: 23 residents were in attendance. Streets represented were: Belmeade, Dake, Eastgate, Hoover, Imperial Cir, List Montclair, Oakview, Old North, Shadowlawn, Westgate, Wyndale,

Officer Nichols: Neighborhood Watch

Officer Nichols gave an overview of a potential Neighborhood Watch program. See http://www.irondequoit.org/town-departments/public-safety/police-department/17-departments/103-community-services-unit#b for more information.

 

Chris Myers has volunteered to organize any interested parties. Email our designated account: watch@eagleheightsna.org to express interest.

Official Association Business

We reviewed our finances and approved our mission, vision, and goals. All votes were unanimous:

Mission: We are a volunteer association striving to make our neighborhood a better place to live.

Vision: Facilitate a sense of community and enriched quality of life for our members.

Goals 2018-2019:

  1. Continue grow membership in the association
  2. Offer opportunities for our members to enjoy and participate in neighborhood activities
  3. Be good neighbors

 

We discussed ways in which to get more households on our email list and to get more people involved as Street Captains. We received many good ideas and will follow up on them.

Neighborhood Enhancement Program (NEP) presentation

See http://www.irondequoit.org/community/neighborhood-enhancement-program for last year’s call. Watch our email soon for dates to get our 2019 submission together.

Files: Minutes (PDF), Slides (PDF)

Neighborhood Pride Photography Contest

Show off your neighborhood pride through photography! Eagle Heights Neighborhood Association is accepting entries for our first photography contest.

Instructions:

The contest will run from June 6 – June 20 online. You can enter by posting your photo in our Facebook group. We will post it for you if you send it to contact@eagleheightsna.org. All photos must be your own original artwork. By submitting the photo into the contest you are assigning a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License to it.

Categories:

The leadership board will judge the photos and will announce winners in the following categories:

  1. Houses, Streets, or Still Shots
  2. Yards, Gardens, or Nature including Water
  3. At the Eagle Heights bench
  4. Neighbors of Eagle Heights
  5. Families (all kinds) of Eagle Heights
  6. Pets of Eagle Heights

Winning photos will be used on our website and will receive public recognition in an update email.

Questions?

Contact Logan Rath at contact@eagleheightsna.org

Vacancy Announcement: VP

As you know, Eagle Heights Neighborhood Association is a 100% volunteer organization. Without the time and effort of individuals, like you, we would not exist. Are you able to help make a difference in our community by helping us to promote, organize, and implement activities for our neighborhood?

Eagle Heights Neighborhood Association is seeking to fill the vacant position of Vice President. The position is posted outside the general election cycle due to a resignation and will be appointed until the next election in June 2019. In June 2019, the candidate will have to be voted in to remain in place.

To be considered for the Vice President position and future opportunities, please submit a letter of interest (no more than one page) by May 24, 2018. Please include a list of your relevant experience(s) and attributes. Send this letter as a Word document via email to contact@eagleheightsna.org. You may also mail it to:

Eagle Heights Neighborhood Association
P.O. Box 67052
Rochester, NY 14617

The duties of the Vice President are listed on the full job description at 2018 Vacancy.pdf

Deposit Bottle & Can Fundraiser

Doing your spring cleaning?

Bring your empty bottles and cans to one of our neighborhood drop off locations and help support operating costs for our neighborhood association.
Saturday, April 28
10 am – 2 pmFlyer for Deposit Bottle & Can Drive

Drop off locations:

  • 68 Biltmore Drive
  • 100 Eastgate Drive
  • 59 Hedgegarth Drive

 

The deposit refunds will help support operating costs for our neighborhood.

Questions? Email us at contact@eagleheightna.org.