We advocate for the College Hill neighborhood, build community, and work to preserve the quality of life in College Hill. Who we are
A non-profit organization whose purpose is advocate for the neighborhood, build community, and preserve the quality of life and unique character of College Hill. We seek to continually improve the quality of life in the neighborhood by solving issues effectively and constructively, working with community representatives to achieve results.
CHNA is involved in...
Institutional development: CHNA representatives participate in the Brown University Working Group that meets quarterly in a constructive forum to discuss institutional development, community issues and creative solutions.
Planning and Development: CHNA is one of the several stakeholders participating in the Thayer Street Planning Study that is a by-product of the approval of the 257 Thayer Street residential development.
Parking: A priority component for CHNA is the execution of proposals within the Thayer Street Planning Study proposal. In years prior, CHNA was a participating member of the Parking Task Force findings and recommendations. We have been working with Brown University and the Traffic Engineering Department of Public Works to ensure that parking and traffic problems are vastly improved on College Hill.
Graffiti: In previous years, CHNA's graffiti task force has worked with the city, a variety of area schools, groups, and individuals to provide education about graf
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