A Neighborhood Watch is one of the most effective and least costly ways to prevent crime and reduce fear.  Neighborhood Watch programs help to reduce the feeling of isolation that so many citizens feel in their communities.  No more isolation, we are here to work together to prevent crime and bring neighbors closer together as a community.  


We have over  people in the Hightland Neighborhood Watch but we would like to have many more join us.  If you live in Highland Park or have family or friends in the area, please make sure they join us.



Highland Park Quality of Life Meeting

Thursday, March 21, 2018

6:00PM - 7:30PM

Six Points Innovation Center


CYIS Neighborhood Watch Quarterly Meeting

March 28, 2019

6:00PM - 8:00PM

Richmond Police Academy

Agenda: to educate the citizens about the RPD and their mission to have safe neighborhoods



Highland Park Spring Break

Saturday, May 18th

Ann Hardy Park

12:00PM - 4:00PM

Bring the whole family out for food and fun



Highland Park Food Pantry

3086 Meadowbridge Rd.

Every 3rd Saturday of the month

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM


Highland Park Community Clean Ups

3rd Saturdays

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Meet at the Firehouse Restaurant

We have pick up sticks but not gloves


Our History

Highland Park is a neighborhood comprising several historic districts north of downtown Richmond, Virginia. Over time, various boundaries have served to split the neighborhood into sections traditionally labeled East Highland Park, North Highland Park, and South Highland Park (Chestnut Hill/Plateau). The southern Highland Park boundaries are roughly First Avenue to the west, Fifth Avenue to the east, the Shockoe Valley to the south, and E. Brooklnd Park boulevard to the north. The Highland Park Southern Tip neighborhood is also known as the Chestnut Hill-Plateau Historic District district. The northern Highland   Park  boundaries  are  roughly  defined  by

Pensacola ave and the railroad tracks to the north, Fifth avenue to the east, E. Brookland Park boulevard to the south, and the Richmond-Henrico Turnpike to the west. The zip code is 23222.House in Chestnut Hill-Plateau historic districtLargely residential in character, the area is notable for having Richmond's largest remaining stock of Queen Anne style homes. Originally developed as a streetcar suburb starting in 1891, the community quickly became a magnet for the city's burgeoning southern & eastern European immigrant population, particularly Italians, Germans, and Poles.[1]The Highland Park Plaza Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.[2]The area declined after World War II, when white flight and other economic factors encouraged wealthy and middle-class residents to depart for newer neighborhoods in the city's West End. Southern Highland Park is currently seeing a resurgence of activity thanks to its location convenient to downtown and the Virginia BioTechnology Research Park.[3] The city's "Neighborhoods in Bloom"[4] program, a public-private partnership focused on encouraging investment activity in targeted areas, has also contributed to this resurgence.


The Highland Park Plaza Historic District

About the Highland Park Plaza Historic District.  Located in the northeastern corner of the city, the area is part of what is generally known as Highland Park. The Highland Park Plaza Historic District abuts the Chestnut Hill/Plateau Historic District to the south. The Highland Park Plaza Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.