HIPP works diligently to ensure that new commercial development in the Titus-Cooper-Hudson Neighborhood adheres to the Mixed Use Zoning Code and the Master Plan Design Guidelines. Since the Master Plan was approved, HIPP has advocated on almost 6 dozen commercial and sign applications, providing written comments and appearing before the Planning Board, Zoning Board, and Town Board. Here's the latest success at Rite Aid!
More public art for the Titus-Cooper-Hudson District!!! HIPP was fortunate to have I.H.S. artists Nora VanDerMeid and Madison Anderson turn a newspaper box from Batavia News into this clever Little Free Library featuring Irondequoit’s agricultural history and farm stands. Huge thanks also to Irondequoit artist Craig Wilson who was instrumental in the conversion of the newspaper box.
Irondequoit’s latest Little Library is next to the memorial bench at the Irondequoit United Church of Christ on Titus Avenue. Stop by to grab a book or drop a book!
This successful citizen-led budget initiative spearheaded by the Town of Irondequoit has allowed HIPP to further implement the Titus-Cooper-Hudson Master Plan. Begun in 2015, the NEP has helped HIPP provide the following:
You can learn more about the Neighborhood Enhancement Program here.
Please be sure to stop by to patronize our newest local businesses in the Titus-Cooper-Hudson Neighborhood!
After many years, HIPP’s application to the Town of Irondequoit for federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding has been approved to install a concrete sidewalk from the Titus entrance of Irondequoit Plaza over to Hudson Avenue to make this important pedestrian connection. Thank you Town of Irondequoit!
Working with representatives of Chase Bank and the Town Planning Board, HIPP helped influence the important renovation of this essential corner in the heart of our town. HIPP began working on planning the re-design of this shared parking area in 2006.
Our holiday decorations line Titus every year! Stay tuned for photos.
Since 1999 HIPP has orchestrated the planting of flowers in the Titus-Cooper-Hudson Neighborhood. A small army of dedicated volunteers keep these watered all summer long!
The south side of the community kiosk in front of the Evans-McGraw Learning Center (45 Cooper Road) houses past, present, and future information about the Titus.Cooper.Hudson Neighborhood. This includes a wayfinding map of the area, historic photos with descriptions, and a link to access digital walking information about the neighborhood from Tour Blend. Get the app and enjoy the tours! tourblend.com
Besides the Titus Flower Pots, HIPP also planted and maintains the hosta bed in front of the Evans & McGraw Learning Center (45 Cooper Road) and the tall pots in front of the former Cam’s Pizza Shop.
HIPP is working hard applying for funding to implement the design of the Traffic Calming Median on Hudson Avenue at Titus Avenue. This median will offer an important connection for pedestrians, and especially our students, travelling to and from school each day.