Welcome!This website serves to engage, connect, and inform residents and stakeholders of the Sanger-Heights neighborhood in Waco, Texas.
Subscribe for news!
Subscribe to Sanger-Heights Neighborhood Association Visit this group
Our January general meeting is coming up this next Monday, 6 pm at the ART Forum (1826 Morrow). The fire marshal’s office is sending someone to talk about fire prevention, specifically with info for old houses. Spread the word! Let’s cut down on fires in Sanger Heights in 2013!
Happy New Year! Our next general meeting is Monday, January 9th at 6pm – Provident Heights Elementary in the second floor library. See you there!
The City of Waco will have a roll-off dumpster at Seley Park (1800 Bosque Blvd.) available Saturday and Sunday. This can be used for disposing of certain types of trash and yard waste.
Paint, chemicals, batteries, and tires CANNOT be accepted. Please don’t dump this stuff in the roll-off.
Brush, lumber, tree limbs, etc. CAN be brought.
Thanks! See you at the park…don’t forget about the Better Block Project at 15th and Colcord on Saturday, and Halloween on Colcord next Monday!
Better Block Project – Oct. 29th
The 2010 Better Block Project at 15th and Colcord in North Waco was a smashing success!
This year at the 2011 Better Block Project, the Sanger-Heights Neighborhood Association will be hosting a booth, where we will be promoting the neighborhood and talking about our neighborhood flag project as well as other association initiatives. If you would like to volunteer to staff the BBP Sanger-Heights booth for some or part of the day, please fill out the form below:
Event contact: Ellen Filgo
Halloween on Colcord – Oct. 31st
For the last several years, a 6 or so block stretch of Colcord Avenue has become a destination for local trick-or-treaters on Halloween. Several of our Sanger-Heights neighbors have offered their homes as trick-or-treating locations, provided candy or other giveaways, helped with crowd control and safety, or a myriad of other ways. If you can help this year, please fill out the following form:
Spring Garage Sale/Art Show/Taste of N. Waco/Concert in the Park – late March/early April (TBD)
Coming this spring to Sanger-Heights! A day of art, food, fun, music and garage sale-ing located in Seley Park! The details on this event are still being determined, but if you would like to help out in the planning, promoting and production of this neighborhood festival, please fill out the following form:
Event contact: Chad Klawetter
Two of these three strategies have been shown to work very effectively. We’ll let you decide the right one for you – see you around the neighborhood!
For the last 10 months a group of Sanger Heights pastors and stakeholders have worked on the Sanger-Heights Neighborhood Flag Project. The idea is to place 175 Sanger-Heights flags on major thoroughfares in Sanger-Heights to tell everyone that this neighborhood has a name, that residents take pride in this place and care about it, and so should you when you come to visit. We need your help to make this project happen.
Would you commit three hours (10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.) of your time this Saturday, August 27? People from several Sanger-Heights churches and organizations will go out in teams to talk to people in the neighborhood to: learn their thoughts about the neighborhood, discover leaders, and find people who want a flag placed in their yard. August 27 kicks off with a brief training session from 10:00-10:45 am at Rick Allen’s house (2211 Colcord), and then we’ll hit the streets. EVERYONE and ANYONE is welcome! Contact Chad (498-3362) or Walker (214-5663) for more info.
Waco Time Exchange Orientation and Potluck
Fri, August 19, 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Location: NeighborWorks Waco, 922 Franklin Avenue
This orientation will cover how to register and navigate the online
time bank application. Bring a potluck meal or beverage to share.
Optional: bring your laptop. For more information, contact Fernando
Arroyo at 254-307-1728 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is a time bank? At its most basic level, time banking is simply
about spending an hour doing something for somebody in your community.
That hour goes into the Time Bank as a Time Dollar. Then you have a
Time dollar to spend on having someone doing something for you. It’s a
simple idea, but it has powerful ripple effects in building community
connections. More at wacotimeexchange.wordpress.com.
Last evening, at the Sanger-Heights Neighborhood Association general meeting, a new slate of board members was elected. The new board members are:
Past-President – Jen Adams
President – Chad Klawetter
Vice President – Ellen Filgo
Secretary – Walker Moore
Treasurer – Michael Harris
Business & Development Committee
Fernando Arroyo, chair
Communications & Membership Committee
Meg Cooper, chair
Congratulations to the incoming board members!