Pemberton Heights is a unique subdivision centrally located in Austin. In its June 1998 issue, Town & Country magazine named Pemberton Heights as one of the 25 Platinum Addresses in the United States.
In 2007, the American Planning Association listed Pemberton Heights (along with the other neighborhoods Old West Austin) as one of its “great places” neighborhoods.
Pemberton Heights Neighborhood Association (“PHNA”) works in active participation with the residents of Pemberton Heights to: enhance, protect and preserve the prestige, quality and character of the neighborhood; build a sense of community among its diverse members; and, develop and implement goals designed to promote mutual interests of the residents of Pemberton Heights.
The PHNA Security Program is a privately funded program serving the Pemberton Heights neighborhood. The program provides up to 20 hours per week of uniformed security officer patrols and up to 40 hours during times of high risk and when a large number of neighbors are out of the neighborhood such as Christmas, Spring Break, August, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years.
The Patrol Officers are from private security firm, Sentry, and they patrol subject to specific Patrol Orders which task them to patrol the entire neighborhood, check the homes on the Away From Home List and then position themselves at ingress and egress points and observe traffic into and out of the neighborhood. The officers patrol the neighborhood in marked security patrol vehicles from Sentry.
At all times, the Patrol Officers are in contact with APD Dispatch to ensure timely response to incidents of all kinds.
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New 2014 Board positions and committee chairs have been announced!
Please visit the Board of Directors page to see the full list with contact info.
May 4, 2014 12pm - 4pm
Garden Tour Pemberton Heights Behind the Garden Gate 2014
Take a Sunday stroll through our Pemberton Heights neighborhood on this spring afternoon to meet your neighbors and get garden tips and ideas for your outdoor space.
This FREE garden tour is open to Pemberton Heights residents and their guests only.
No Pets Please.
Please volunteer your garden or your time. We had a lot of fun last year.
The following gardens have been volunteered so far:
2406 Harris Blvd
1405 Wathen Ave
1419 Preston Ave
1103 Gaston Ave
May 17, 2014 7:30pm - 10:30pm
The Pemberton Heights Neighborhood Association’s Social Committee
Cordially Invites You to
A Grown-Up Night Out With Your Neighbors
When: May 17th from 7:30-10:30 p.m.
Who: All Pemberton Residents 21+
Where: Stark Place (Between Hardouin and Wooldridge)
Cost: $25 per person (prior to May 10)
$40 per person (after May 10)
Please join us for dancing, drinks, and merriment.
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P.O. Box 50388
Austin, Texas 78763-0388
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Carla Hatler, President PHNA Board of Directors (email@example.com)
The City of Austin is making steady progress in its replacement of water and wastewater lines in Pemberton Heights. PHNA President Carla Hatler and board member Betty Trent have been in contact with the City to keep residents apprised of the work’s status and ensure that any damage done to curb tiles will be repaired. Although the City is contractually on schedule to finish by the end of August, the project manager hopes for a July completion date.
Streets on which water lines were replaced will be re-paved; streets on which only gas lines were replaced will not. The process will be completed in two phases: the first group of streets--Jarratt, Gaston (west of Harris), Etheridge and Northwood--will be repaved by early April.
Curb tile damage:
The City is working with the PHNA Board Member Betty Trent to find suitable tile replacements and repair to satisfaction. Betty has been diligent in ensuring that any replacement tile needed is a suitable match to the original tile. Tile is being salvaged where possible.