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- Last update April 30, 2021

  • COP will continue along with a few selected events.

  • ELECTION DAY May 1. Please vote

  • Saturday May 1 - Neighborhood Garage SALE

  • Saturday May 8 - Spring Neighborhood Cleanup Day - 8:30 to noon - Volunteers needed - Kathy Green 210-627-0153

  • Tuesday May 18 - 7:30pm - NHHA General Membership meeting - location to be announced

  • Monday 7:00pm - Northeast Neighborhood Alliance (NNA) Leaders 10 meeting at the Tool Yard - Date to be announced

  • FREE COP TRAINING - Contact Officer McDonald at 210-207-6086 or Karl Millard at 210-863-2119

  • July 1 - Deadlinf for submissions to next newsletter issue

Dear Northern Hills Neighbors,

The City of San Antonio has provided us with the latest information concerning the eligibility of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Please distribute this valuable update to your neighbors as soon as possible.

Effective Monday, March 29th, the Governor has opened up COVID vaccine eligibility to everyone. Here in Bexar County we still have a large number of people 50 and up who have not yet gotten vaccinated and worry that competing for vaccine appointments will be unfairly skewed toward the younger demographic. To compensate we are taking the following actions:

1. Effective Monday, anybody 80 years or older can show up at the Alamo Dome at anytime without an appointment and get vaccinated.
2. Tomorrow the city will send out another Text Alert, with 3 weeks of appointments opening up on Thursday only for people currently eligible (50+ and 16+ with an underlying health condition). This will ensure that at least for the next 4 weeks we continue to vaccinate the highest risk individuals.
3. Community Health Workers for the Alamo Dome and WellMed sites will only schedule appointments for people age 50+
4. The city will send out messaging encouraging younger, healthier individuals to wait until more vulnerable people are vaccinated.

The City is expanding our Homebound vaccination program to people under 65 and to people not affiliated with our partner non-profits. If you know of a homebound person who needs to be vaccinated, please ask them to send an email to: or if they don’t have access to email, to call 210-207-8731. They will be screened for eligibility and given an appointment if eligible.

Thanks for your help,

Mike Gallagher, President
Northern Hills Homeowners Association
210 946-0190

Covid vaccine is available to our veterans thru the VA
Veterans can call 210-949-9702, M-F, 8-5 for your two appointments

County list for all individuals COVID-19 Vaccination Hub Providers (Texas.Gov)

The City of San Antonio, Bexar County and San Antonio Food Bank will continue to operate bottled water distribution sites through March 6, 2021. Residents will be able to pick up one case of bottled water per day per household.

The hours of operation will be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Individuals may pick up one case of water per household per day.

Drive-Up Bottled Water Distribution Sites (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
Wheatley Heights Sports Complex – 200 Noblewood Dr.
Brooks – Challenger Dr. @ Research Place
Texas A&M University - San Antonio - Main Campus – One University Way
Port San Antonio – 205 Billy Mitchell Blvd.
SeaWorld San Antonio/Aquatica – 10300 Military Drive West
Six Flags Fiesta Texas – 17000 IH 10 West
Food Bank – 5200 Enrique M. Barrera Pkwy
Our Lady of the Lake University -- 411 SW 24th St
Community Bible Church – 2477 N Loop 1604 E
Heroes Stadium – 4799 Thousand Oaks Dr.
Rolling Oaks Mall -- 6909 N Loop 1604 E
Bullis County Park, 27583 Old Blanco Rd, San Antonio, TX 78260
Julius Matthey Middle School, 20350 Red Forest Ln, San Antonio, TX 78264
Leon Valley Community Center, 6427 Evers Road, San Antonio, TX 78238
AT&T Center, 1 AT&T Center Parkway, San Antonio, TX 78219
City of Converse Community Center, 407 S. Seguin Rd., Converse, TX 78109
Emergency Services District, 10, World Christian Ministries, 6633 Walzem Road
Emergency Services District 5 Fire & Rescue, 7120 East 6th Street, Somerset, TX 78022
Emergency Services District 7 Station 116, 18805 Highway 16N (Bandera Road), San Antonio, TX 78023
Emergency Services District 4, 28036 Boerne Stage Road, Boerne, Texas 78006

The City will also continue to operate walk-up bottled water distribution sites at three senior centers. Due to the inclement weather, patrons will need to enter the building to receive their case of water. The sites will abide by COVID-19 safety protocols, including wearing masks and practicing physical distancing.

Walk-Up Bottled Water Distribution Sites (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) North East Senior Center 4135 Thousand Oaks Dr. Willie M. Cortez Senior Center 5512 W Military Dr. Normoyle Senior Center 700 Culberson Ave.

The City will also provide bottled water delivery to homebound seniors, San Antonio Housing Authority properties without water, nursing homes, boarding homes, some dialysis facilities and residents with medical needs. These locations have been identified and coordinated with partner agencies. Delivery availability is limited but can be requested by calling 311.

Message about aircraft noise meeting via "zoom online"

Dear Neighborhood Leaders,

Attention Northeast Neighborhood Alliance Members,

Here is some important information for our neighborhoods affected by aircraft noise from the San Antonio International Airport.

Please note the time and dates for these virtual Zoom meetings concerning the Airport’s Noise Exposure Maps and future mitigation efforts.

This information should be distributed to your residents as soon as possible.

Thank you for your efforts in defending your neighborhood.

Mike Gallagher, President Northeast Neighborhood Alliance, 210 946-0190

Northeast Neighborhood Alliance

2020 Meeting Dates:

Future meeting dates will be announced depending on health concerns due to COVID-19 virus Northeast Neighborhood Alliance | P.O. Box 65061, San Antonio, TX 78265

Please send your email address to our webmaster so you can receive EMAIL notices of any information of value to you as a resident of Northern Hills.
We appreciate our members, volunteers, sponsors and supporters. Report anything suspicious to 207-SAPD. We encourage video surveillance.

Please join our C.O.P. program. Dog walkers are especially encouraged to attend the COP class to learn what to report to police.

All residents and advertisers are invited to enjoy added benefits of NHHA membership. You are strongly encouraged to mail your $48 annual dues TODAY to NHHA, PO Box 34792, San Antonio, TX 78265-4792
Thanks to all of you that stay active in supporting our community.

You can count on us at NHHA. Can we count on you to do your part with your annual dues.
Since ALL RESIDENTS receive the benefits of the Northern Hills Neighborhood Association; We ALL need to mail our $48.00 annual membership payment to PO Box 34792, San Antonio, TX 78265-4792. For more information about membership, contact Membership chairperson listed on contacts page. Thank you very much!

Get Informed and Get Involved in Northern Hills.
To get on our confidential list for important neighborhood notices: email Ed Weitz, your Northern Hills Webmaster

Welcome packet for new residents:

If you have recently moved into Northern Hills and have not received a Welcome Packet,
Please contact your Area Representative so that you can have one delivered to you.
Your NHHA membership also gives you RAFBFCU membership. It is a good benefit. Please join NHHA.

COVID-19 Global Information Update

The NHS has listed three main symptoms of coronavirus, that people should be aware of and ready to act upon.

What are the symptoms?

1. A new, continuous cough, where you cough a lot for more than an hour, or have three or more coughing episodes in 24 hours

2. Fever - where your temperature is above 100.04F (37.8C)

3. Loss of smell or taste. If you, or someone you live with, has any of these symptoms the advice is stay at home to stop the risk of giving coronavirus to others.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's list of symptoms also includes chills, repeated shaking, muscle pain and sore throat.
It takes five days on average to start showing the symptoms, but some people will get them much later. The World Health Organization says incubation lasts up to 14 days.

REMEMBER TO: Wash your hands, Use a tissue for cough, Avoid touching your face.

Message from local epidemiologist: "The best action we can all take to stop the spread of the virus is to wear a mask when close to others."

Subject: Click here for a short video about virus pandemics

Joseph S. Jablecki, PhD

Click Here for our fantastic quarterly NORTHERN HILLS NEWSLETTER


City Smart Phone "App" for COVID-19 Information is "READYSOUTHTEXAS"


Hello, My name is Richard Grant. I'm thrilled to be your new SAFFE officer. I have been a San Antonio Police Officer for over twelve years and been a part of multiple specialized units serving the community. I will be taking over the responsibilities that Officer Crumley had servicing your area. It is my intent to stay vigilant in your neighborhoods and attempt to help all of you with concerns. I'm looking forward to meeting you all soon.
Officer R, Grant #0231, North SAFFE, cell # 210-219-8538, Office # 210-207-5197,


For non-emergencies, please call the department's non-emergency line. Please report suspicious activity here.
San Antonio Police department - Non Emergency Number 210.207.7273 (SAPD)

San Antonio Fire Department: 210.207.7744

For code compliance issues, Please call 311 or use the 311 app on your smartphone

Cellular on Patrol information

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Do you have an old computer, TV, or perhaps those foam packaging peanuts you would like to get rid of, but they don't go in your blue recycling can? Well now there is a place to recycle these items and others including prescription bottles and metals. In a 98,000 sq ft warehouse of I-35 near Splashtown,

Logistix has opened a one stop recycling center, where you'll be able to drop off things the city won't take at the curb.

Their paper shredders actually grind the paper instead of slicing it into strips. This is more secure and they then turn it into tissue paper. Logistix accepts the electronics, recyclables and paper for shredding from the public free of charge, and in some cases pay for it.

They will have a drop off area for the public to come and drop off their items. The Logistix Recycling center opened in November. You can find it at 1949 Hormel Drive. If you have any questions, call them at 210.732.5246 or check

HELP WITH RECYCLING - Remember to "Bag in Brown, Recycle in Blue, It's Easy to do."

Avoid placing diapers and other garbage in the blue recycle container. Fines are being assessed thru random curb checks.
Yes to plastic bottles, but not the bottle caps,
Yes to paper drink cups and plastic lids, but not plastic straws,
Yes to paper and cardboard but not packing material, popcorn or peanuts used for packing,
Yes to newspapers, but not waxed paper or wax coated packaging, wax covered drink cups or snack chip bags.,
Yes to steel and aluminum cans but not steel coat hangers, batteries, electronic gadgets or paint in cans.
Yes to glass bottles and jars, but not to plastic shopping bags from grocery stores (return bags to store).
Yes to milk cartons.

Go to, Solid Waste, Trash pickup for more information

Call 311 for more information

Hazardous disposal - Solid waste management information

CURBSIDE PICKUP SERVICES provided by San Antonio Waste Management

Brush-only pickup in our area is February and August. DO NOT place bulky items in your brush pile.

Curbside pickup of Bulky items-only is approximately every six months.
Example of bulky items: Furniture, mattresses, appliances, barbeque grills, water heaters, fencing, passenger car tires (limit 6) and small pieces of carpeting. The maximum is 8 cubic yards. Construction materials are not accepted. No brush is allowed during this collection. Do not place in front of parked cars or other obstructions.

Bulky items -
Click here for more information


WARNING: DO NOT place brush materials out for collection unless you have received a notice from the City notifying you that brush collection will be provided in your area.

Remember that you can take your brush, bulky items, and hazardous materials to specific locations at specific times. See the website links above.


Made up of leaders from nearby District 10 neighborhoods. Once meetings resume; We hope to see you all at our District 10 Community Meetings at the Tool Yard.

Please attend the next meeting of the Northeast Neighborhood Alliance (NNA) at the Northeast Service Center,
10303 Tool Yard, located on the south side of Wurzbach Pkwy between Perrin Beitel & Thousand Oaks.

All are welcome at the DISTRICT 10 COMMUNITY MEETINGS at the Tool Yard.

Once meetings resume: You will have a chance to learn about the latest issues affecting your neighborhood.
Meanwhile, Sign up for and get the latest news from our District 10 City Councilman.
Get updates on the progress of San Antonio City Council. Learn more about the neighborhood association's plans for programs and projects for the future.

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CITIZENS ON PATROL - C.O.P. - Northern Hills Neighbors - Call for volunteers!

Get involved in neighbors looking out for neighbors. Volunteers are trained by SAPD to recognize and report suspicious activity.

If you live in Northern Hills, then you know what a great neighborhood we have; please consider helping to keep it that way by joining our fabulous Citizens on Patrol (C.O.P.) program. We especially need folks to patrol weekend nights.

To become a member of C.O.P. just attend a one time, no cost training class at the SAPD substation at 13030 Jones-Maltsberger, see schedule below. This is the 21st year of our C.O.P. program, please join and help us to continue keeping our neighborhood safe.

Upcoming C.O.P. classes are listed on the home page - "Calender of Events".

Our COP Manager position is open at this time. A volunteer is badly needed.

Northeast Substation Citizens on Patrol classes are a one-time four hour class. Please bring a photo ID when attending. All necessary applications will be filled out at the beginning of each class and photos will be taken for a complimentary C.O.P. ID card.

2020 SAPD Northeast substation C.O.P. classes

Northeast substation Citizens on Patrol classes are 1-time, 4-hr classes. Please bring a photo ID when attending. All necessary applications will be filled out at the beginning of each class and photos will be taken for a complimentary COP ID card. For any questions, please contact Officer Dave McDonald at 210-207-6086.


Help reduce strangers in our neighborhood and reduce the handbills and flyers on your doorstep.
Place a "NO SOLICITING" sign on your door.

This will make the neighborhood cleaner, safer and likely increase advertising in the newsletter and on the neighborhood website
Please contact your SAFFE officer if you receive solicitations or phone 311.

Call 311 if you see "bandit" signs displayed in Northern Hills.
Click here for the updated flyer on handbills.

Gerald Roebuck, Code Enforcement Supervisor
City of San Antonio, Code Enforcement Services Department
Phone (210) 215-1737 - Fax (210) 207-7914


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    The membership form is available here.

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MONDAY NIGHT DINNER GROUP (Suspended due to Covid 19)

Come join your friends for Monday night dinner. Send an demail to Jan Kirby to get on the notification list of the location. My email is
Hope to see you there!

If you know of anyone who might like to join us, please let me know so they can get an email invitation for the next Monday venue.

Here is the list (in alphabetical order) of our favorite restaurants we visit regularly and plan to revisit:

  •   410 DINER on Broadway south of Loop 410 - Very similar to Checkers.
  •   THE BARBEQUE STATION - on the rights side ot the Loop 410 feeder from Nacogdoches to Harry Wurzbach
  •  *DELICIOUS GARDEN on NE Loop 1604 at Redland Rd, great service and great asian cuisine, 210-490-3399,
  •   EDDIE'S TACO HOUSE on Thousand Oaks just west of Wetmore - Great frozen margaritas!
  •   GRADY's BBQ on Wetmore Rd just past Thousand Oaks - .99 Margaritas!
  •   LONGHORN CAFE behind Walmart on Thousand Oaks the same side as Nacogdoches - Affordable, great food and service.
  •  *LOS GENERALES on Nacogdoches near Toepperwein Rd - Tex-Mex & Margaritas
  •   PESTO'S ITALIAN GRILL on Judson near Stahl Rd
  •   POMPEII ITALIAN RESTAURANT on Nacogdoches past Judson Rd on left going out. Excellent food and service!
  •  *PUERTO VALLARTA on Perrin Beitel at Naco Perrin - Cajun Seafood
  •    SAUSALITO'S MEXICAN GRILL at 14535 Nacogdoches Rd - Tex-Mex & Margaritas
  •   TIU STEPPIS is is on Bulverde next to LA Fitness. Italian food and happy hour beverages.

Please give me some feedback that can help with future events. If anyone knows of someone who would like to be an area representative - please contact me!
We are hopeful that this free advertising will encourage these restaurants to support our association by purchasing advertising in our newsletter and website.
Please support our sponsors marked with a * They support us with their advertising resources.

Attention Restaurant Patrons:
Please share your recent dining experiences with the webmaster. We invite restaurants to support NHHA thru advertising.
For Quarterly Newsletter Ads contact newsletter editor. For Website Ads, email the webmaster "" or 210-822-7700

Northern Hills life just keeps getting better and better.


All homeowners and residents are warmly encouraged to join the NHHA.    We think we are the largest and strongest neighborhood association in San Antonio.   Our boundaries are Thousand Oaks, Scarsdale, Stahl Road, Higgins Road, and Uhr lane.  

Our Membership Secretary is found on the "Contacts" page.

     Click here for our NHHA membership form

Northern Hills Homeowners Association has been cited countless times by San Antonio city and county leaders as an example of what a neighborhood association should be, and we are very proud to be acknowledged in this way. As membership increases, we all benefit by remaining a strong active and exemplary neighborhood. All homeowners and tenants are encouraged to join and support the activities of the NHHA.

Our annual dues are only $48.00 per year! For this minimal investment you receive:

  • A Recognized Citizens On Patrol (COPS) program keeping our neighborhood safer.
  • As a resident/association member, your high school senior is eligible to apply for a $1000 scholarship.
  • A quarterly newsletter full of Neighborhood news.
  • Beautification & maintenance of all NH entrances.
  • Sponsorship of semi-annual garage sales and neighborhood clean-ups.
  • Sponsorship of National Night Out.
  • Representation at City Hall meetings.
  • Active residents who serve on the Zoning Committee, Board of Adjustment, and District 10 Alliance
  • Our own website:

Whether you are a home owner or tenant, your membership is appreciated! Let us join together to keep Northern Hills safe, our property values up and continue to be a great place to live.

Sign Up Today!!! Only $48.00 per year!! Add your support to the growing Northern Hills Homeowners Assn.

    Click for Membership Form

    Cellular on Patrol
    Yard of the Month
    Area Representative
    News and photos

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Are you new to Northern Hills?
If you have recently become a resident of Northern Hills and would like a welcome packet, please call Jan Kirby at 656-5256.

HELPFUL INFORMATION for new residents

Garbage Collection: Thursday Brown (trash) cart (For holiday service check
Recycling Collection: Monday Blue (recycle) cart
School District: - Phone 804-7025
Northern Hills Elementary School - 13901 Higgins Road-650-1475
Driscoll Middle School - 17150 Jones Maltsberger - Phone 491-6450
Madison High School - 5005 Stahl Road - Phone 637-4400
            (1) 4618 Thousand Oaks at El Sendero - Phone 657-5205
            (2) 15060 Judson Road - Semmes Branch - Phone 650-9540


Please join the Northern Hills Homeowners Association. You are already receiving the benefits.

You are strongly encouraged to join the homeowners association by completing the Membership Form.

Please Join and Volunteer today! We would love to have you join our friendly and valuable group. After completing the membership information, to volunteer simply choose your area of interest at the lower portion of the application.
NHHA President - Mike Gallagher - Phone 946-0190

Area Representatives needed

Volunteer to help welcoming new residents and keeping neighbors informed of important information in your area. Call Jan Kirby, 656-5256.

News and Photos for the website
We need your stories, pictures and ideas for the website which is your website! It is the only website support by and endorsed by the NHHA.
Share your good news with your neighbors; send an email (preferably in MS Word Document 97/2003 format) as you want it to appear; to the webmaster.

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Our Website History

This web site started as a means for opposing the SA Airport's FAR 150 update proposal that suggested that heavy air traffic be re-directed 15 degrees to fly "over the Cement Plant".     The only problem with that solution is that WE are on the Other side of that Cement Plant. Although the FAA rejected that plan in 2001, in March of 2004 the Northern Hills Homeowner's Association has learned that the Environmental Impact Study (EIS) proposed the Airport still include the 15 degree turn. In February of 2005, we were notified that were successful getting the 15 degree turn removed from the EIS.

All residents are strongly encouraged to join NHHA.

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