Newton Highlands Neighborhood Area Council

Mission Statement

The nine-member Newton Highlands Neighborhood Area Council is an official elected body under the city charter.  Its purpose is to facilitate communication between Highlands residents and the Board of Aldermen and other city organs. It also serves as a forum/mechanism for dealing with various local issues and for fostering community spirit through annual events such as Village Day, the Halloween party and haunted house, and the Winter Social.

Upcoming Events

Soup Social - The Hyde Community Center and the Newton Highlands Area Council are hosting this year's Soup Social on Saturday January 21 at 6:00 PM at the Hyde Community Center, 90 Lincoln Street.  This year three local magicians have volunteered to provide table side entertainment.  As usual half of the gym will be open for the kids to run around in.  Please join us for local soup, fun, and an opportunity to meet your neighbors from around the Highlands.

Village Day- June 11, 2017
Please contact an area council member to volunteer!

Booths will be available to merchants and other organizations that would like to sell to or share with Village Day Attendees. Online booth registration is open now

Halloween Haunted House & Party - October 29, 2017 at the Hyde
Please contact an area council member to volunteer!

History of Newton Highlands

History of Newton Highlands
Old Photos of Newton Highlands
Crystal Lake:  History, Rules & Regulations
Brigham House
Avalon Bay Apartment Information

View the By-Laws of the NHNAC
Contact the Newton Highlands Neighborhood Area Council

Join the Newton Highlands Google discussion group

The contents and data contained on these pages have been created solely by the members of the Newton Highlands Neighborhood Area Council.  These pages are published as a service to the residents and visitors to the City of Newton. 

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