Hillcrest Farmers Market
The Hillcrest Business Association owns the Hillcrest Farmers Market on behalf of the neighborhood. The market is an economic catalyst and fundraiser for the neighborhood. Over 10,000 people come out each week on Sundays from 9am to 2pm. Find out more at www.hillcrestfarmersmarket.com.
The HBA’s marketing brand to attract customers to the neighborhood is Fabulous Hillcrest. The HBA has a wonderful website, social media platforms, and a range of promotions. Find out more at www.fabuloushillcrest.com.
“…Hillcrest Business Association (is) the city-contracted operator of a powerful business improvement district…” — San Diego Reader
City of San Diego
The HBA works with a variety of City departments including Transportation and Stormwater, Economic Development, and the San Diego Police. Visit the www.sandiego.gov to find out more.
Uptown Community Parking District
The Uptown Community Parking District is the sister organization to the HBA and is responsible for improving parking and access to Hillcrest. They create parking policy for uptown through spending meter money, setting meter hours, and creating improvements. Find out more at www.parkuptown.com and Accesshillcrest.com.
Councilmember Chris Ward
Chris Ward represents Hillcrest on the San Diego City Council and has been a strong partner of the HBA. His team have moved a variety of projects forward including the Normal Street Promenade, Connect Hillcrest, Rainbow Crosswalks and much more. Connect with Chris here.
The Uptown Planners is the city recognized organization that represents the neighborhood concerning new development and construction. The planners review deviations from the community plan and discuss land use policy issues. Find out more at www.uptownplanners.org.
Hillcrest Town Council
The Hillcrest Town Council is the residential group for the neighborhood. The council discusses issues of the day in a town hall style format each month. To find out more visit www.hillcresttowncouncil.org.
Pride flag partners
The HBA is the steward of the Hillcrest Pride Flag. The 65’ tall flagpole at the foot of Normal Street flies the rainbow flag most of the year but often it flies different pride flags. The Transgender flag, the Leather Pride flag, the Bisexual Pride flag are all examples of flags the fly annually. If your LGBT group has a flag they’d like to fly for a day or a weekend, contact info(at)hillcrestbia.org to find out how you can let your pride flag fly.