Welcome to Pine Hills!
Pine Hills is a large, diverse, historic, and vibrant neighborhood. We have an exciting mix of families, homeowners and college students with lots of things to see and do. Pine Hills Neighborhood Association (PHNA) is among the largest and oldest in Albany.
We invite you to explore our website and our neighborhood. Inside you'll learn about the
Pine Hills Neighborhood Association and about Pine Hills today and yesterday, places to go and things to do, and who we are. If you'd like to find out about membership, visit our Membership Page.
If you live in Pine Hills, you may learn things you didn't know and get more connected to your neighbors and PHNA. You may want to join the Neighborhood Watch. If you're looking for a home, we invite you to Explore and learn more about us. If you have a business, we have Resources to help you.
Check the events Calendar for neighborhood and community shows, meetings and other gatherings which you might like to attend. If you know of something we've missed - and which you think would be of interest to your neighbors - please Contact Us with the details.
Look around and let us know what you think. Then come visit Pine Hills in person!
*DGS* Should you have any Code Issues (overgrowth, graffiti, or complaints about property conditions)
Contact: 434-CITY (2489)
*APD* Police Non-Emergency 438-4000
Contact: Joe Acquaviva, Community Services Unit at Center Station at 458-5669 or
Office 641-6843 and via e-mail for a Home Security Survey or Vacation Check
Which Neighborhood Engagement Officer Covers Your Area?
Washington to Woodlawn/ Lake to Partridge
Cliff works 8-4 Mon- Fri e-mail
Washington to Woodlawn/ Partridge to Allen
Joe works 4-12 Tue- Sat
“APDTips” and the tip information to 847411 (Tip411)
*BLOCK BY BLOCK HOTLINE* 434-0123
The Pine Hills Neighbor (Spring 2013 Current Edition) - NEWSLETTER
PHNA General Meeting Minutes (Last Meeting: April 18, 2013) - MINUTES
Complete Streets (February 11, 2013) - DOCUMENT
Upper Madison Neighborhood Vision 2011 - FINAL REPORT
Madison Avenue Traffic Calming proposal - POWERPOINT
A History of Here: Remembering Madision Avenue - BLOG
Education District Enhancement Study - FINAL REPORT
The Path to Albany's Future (Times Union March 6, 2009) - ARTICLE
CANA Codes Committee Report (April 5, 2006) - REPORT
Friendly Neighbor Notice (2013) - PDF
Proposed By-Law Changes (2012) - DOC