The Pemberton Heights Neighborhood Association (PHNA) works to benefit all 644 households in our community. The Association is a membership organization of neighbors who reside in Pemberton Heights and work together on issues of shared interest such as neighborhood safety and beautification and carry out social and other events that create community. This is accomplished through participation, education, communication and action.
Currently, PHNA interfaces with the city. It also helps fund social events such as the Annual Picnic, neighborhood garage sales and the annual holiday carriage rides. PHNA has supported the work of the Shoal Creek Conservancy, the PH Triangles, and Pease Park Conservancy.
Membership is voluntary and typically in any year, about 25 percent of residents pay dues.
As the Austin core continues to develop, residents increasingly will see the need to collaborate as they address issues related to urban growth.
The City of Austin and Travis County are growing up around Pemberton Heights. As residents, we feel and will continue to feel the impact of this increasing development and urbanization amenities of this community.
Over the years, a number of important matters have been effectively addressed by the PHNA. For example, PHNA leadership started the “triangle” beautification project.
A well-supported neighborhood association provides Pemberton residents with a network through which neighbors can work together to enhance the neighborhood in a collaborative way.
Adopted Nov 2015
Tax Status and Right of Members to Inspect Records
PHNA is a 501(c)(4) not-for-profit organization. Contributions are generally not deductible for federal income tax purposes.