Hildreth Hill

Hildreth HillHome is Where the Hill Is

Hildreth Hill Neighborhood Association was established in January 2010. The neighborhood is one of eleven neighborhoods in the City of Geneva created as a result of the Neighborhood Study completed in December 2008 by czb, LLC. One of the first activities of the neighborhood association was to change the neighborhood's placeholder name of Upper West to Hildreth Hill. The new name remembers Isaac Hildreth, the first person to start a nursery in Geneva, develop peach orchards and vineyards on Seneca Lake, and lead the way in taking fruit trees to California in 1850. 

Due to popular demand, the neighborhood has expanded its boundaries on the east and southeast sides from 450 to approximately 600 households. The neighborhood association holds monthly meetings with about a dozen attendees from the 170 plus association members from 130 plus households.

Neighborhood Map

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Neighborhood Association Meetings

Please check the calendar or contact the Geneva Neighborhood Resource Center via email at 315-828-6588.

Neighborhood Accomplishments

  • Organized in 2010
  • Annual spring neighborhood clean-up efforts with a different focus each year including: raking sidewalks to curbs, litter pick-up, and clean-up in Brook Street Park
  • 2012 Public Spaces Beautification Grant received and used for a bench installation
  • Hildreth Hill Pumpkin Roll (an annual event)
  • Maintenance of 9/11 Memorial in Lakefront Park

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