• Adopt-a-Block: In collaboration with the WSU Center for Civic Engagement, the Adopt-a-Block program awards community service hours to members of student organizations who “adopt” a defined portion of the neighborhood and provide litter removal and other services as needed. This map shows the neighborhood adoption areas. Updated lists of participating organizations are posted on our Facebook page.

  • Historic Property Nomination Assistance: To encourage the long-term preservation of historic neighborhood properties, CHA provides assistance to College Hill property owners wishing to nominate their property to the Pullman Register of Historic Places. Properties must be at least 50 years old and architecturally intact. For more information, contact CHA.

  • Street Tree Replacement Assistance: In collaboration with the City of Pullman Parks Department, CHA provides street trees at no cost to the property owner. Trees must be planted in the public right-of-way (typically, in the parking strip between the street and the sidewalk)and maintained by the property owner.

  • Yard of the Semester: This program recognizes WSU students whose care for their yards contributes to the quality of public life in the neighborhood. Recipients are recognized by the College Hill Association and the City of Pullman. To nominate a property, contact CHA.


  • With help from generous neighborhood businesses, CHA hosts an Annual Neighborhood BBQ in the last week of June. All residents, supporters, and friends are invited. Watch our Facebook page for details and RSVP information.

  • The Association conducts an Annual Public Meeting on the third Wednesday of September with reports from organizations important to maintaining College Hill’s quality of life. All are welcome.

  • Other public events, civic meetings, and important concerns are publicized on our Facebook page.