We care.

We care about our community. 

North Park Richmond Heights is special neighbourhood with great people, parks and spirit. These are all easily attributed to the community engagement and care that we see every season by community members tending their gardens, kids enjoying the playgrounds or one neighbor clearing another’s sidewalk from snow. Many of us have experienced and enjoyed the kindness and pride that resonates throughout our community.

Unfortunately, something else that many of us have in common is being subject to property damage or theft. While we cannot stop this from happening altogether, we can each work towards minimizing future occurrences. Some of us might feel that it’s not worth reporting because the value involved is small, or think that reporting is ineffective but outside of locking doors, reporting is our greatest and most effective tool. Reporting everything including graffiti, car break-in’s and garage content theft offers both data and awareness for police services and community members. 

The North Park Richmond Heights Community Association is offering our community members a simple but effective tool to help us minimize property crime and maintain the safe surroundings we all enjoy - a sticker with important contact information. Please accept this sticker and display it somewhere obvious for your own use and for others to reference. Report – because you care.

 

DIDN'T GET A STICKER?!?! We ran out. Sorry! If you would like one, please email nprh.ads@gmail.com. We would love to get you one! 

Registration Open: Gardening – Learn to Grow in NPRH (4 Class Program)

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Registration is now open for our Learn to Grow Program, a four class gardening series located at Luther Heights (1802 Alexandra Ave) and in the Common Ground Community Garden located behind.  Classes will be held throughout the gardening season (starting April 14th), and will include topics including:  Basics, Planting, Weed Identification, Plant Care and Harvesting.

Participation will be limited to a maximum of 25 individuals.

PLEASE NOTE - This program has been cancelled (13 April 2018)

North Park Richmond Heights Community Skate & Free Wiener Roast!

Join us this Saturday (Feb 10) 12 to 2 pm at the community rink behind North Park Wilson School.

Bring the family for a wiener roast and hot chocolate.  Come early to enjoy the City of Saskatoon Learn to Skate program and stay around for some family games and fun.   Hope to see you there!

Please follow our Facebook page for up-to-date information on weather cancellations but it looks to be warming up.

See you there!