Jamaica Hills is part of Boston’s Jamaica Plain neighborhood. Bounded by Harvard University’s Arnold Arboretum, Jamaica Pond and the Emerald Necklace, Allandale Farm and Larz Anderson Park, Jamaica Hills’s special feature is its treasured greenspace in close proximity to the richly diverse restaurants and shops in Jamaica Plain’s urban center.
The Jamaica Hills Association (JHA) is a longstanding civic organization that serves many needs in our community. The goal of our interactive, frequently updated website is to inform residents, facilitate social interaction, and encourage community service.
To contribute your ideas, suggestions, skills and talents to our community, we encourage you contact us at email@example.com.
JHA Annual Meeting: May 8, 2013
We explore the health and community benefits with two policy experts, and discuss how improved infrastructure and policy can protect people and promote riding with guest speakers Steve Miller (Harvard Public School of Health) and Pete Stidman (Boston Bicyclists Union). Join us May 8 at 7 pm. Faulkner Hospital Huvos Auditorium.
JP Writes and Invites
The Friends of the JP Library are hosting a monthly author series, which includes author visits, readings, and conversation. Writers include Chuck Collins, Jennifer Haigh, Jodi Daynard, Pablo Medina, and Anthony Sammarco. Visit the Friends’ website for more information.
JHA 2012-2013 Community Meetings
Join your neighbors the second Wednesday of every month for monthly board meetings to learn about and discuss topics that affect community. We welcome your participation! We meet at 7:30 pm at the Weld Hill Research Building, 1300 Centre Street. Visit this link for directions.
JHA October 2012 Newsletter
Upcoming Events, Membership Form, Crimewatch Guide, Neighborhood News and more! Download…
Subscribe to JHA Community News and Updates
We are compiling email addresses from our Jamaica Hills neighbors for our mailing list. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to join. Kindly include your name, address, and phone number for residency verification only. This information is not made public or shared with anyone other than the JHA Board.