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Tree Planting Success

When I plant a tree, I expect it to be there for a 100 years or more! That doesn’t always happen. We planted a tulip poplar in 1979. It grew beautifully into an 80 foot tree but was blown down, completely uprooted, during Hurricane Michael.…

Betton Hills Herstory

Here’s an oral history of Betton Hills! It’s from a speech given by Pat Winthrop, wife of Betton Hills original developer, Guy Winthrop.

Presenting the BHNA Multi-modal Guide!

Being Safer At Home has put more walkers, bicyclists, and e-scooter users on our streets and sidewalks.  In this brief guide, we share what we consider to be “key” information that all of us need to know to boost multi-modal transportation safety. …

Get PREPPED!

Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or a rookie, we’re ready to start the season. Hurricane Season, that is, June 1- December 1. Don’t try to reason with hurricane season, just get PREPped now! Here’s how . . .

The City of Tallahassee will host a community workshop webinar as part of the Plan for Readiness and Emergency Preparedness (PREP) program. …

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Mitchell Ave. — Done!

The Mitchell Ave. improvements concluded silently a week or so ago.  To put on – or take off, actually, the final touches, BHNA board members Michael Bannister and Mario Taylor combined their talents to remove the yellow caution tape from a number of the new poles along the street.…

Coronavirus Assistance in Betton Hills

The BHNA recognizes the need for all residents to follow the directives from public health experts and to protect themselves from the coronavirus. We also encourage everyone to help one another deal with this crisis, as we do when a hurricane strikes.…

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Betton Hills Tree Artists and Poets Announced

Who knew what talent resides within Betton Hills? On Arbor Day at McCord Park, the BHNA recognized the four tree artists and poets that won our We Dig Trees contest.

Mary Kay Falconer presented each winner with a tree to plant in their yard or a park and a $25 gift card.…

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