A proposed new development on Thompson Hill could threaten the future livability of Panoramic Heights. As many as 1,100 high density multi-family housing units (such as townhouses, row houses and apartments) could be built on the steep part of Thompson Hill from 26th Avenue across the top of the ridgeline and part way down the south side. 

This development could have huge impacts on Panoramic Heights through traffic congestion, safety, noise, and emissions on most streets in our neighborhood. These could include 25th, 26th, and 27th Avenues; and Dawes, Edison, Grant, Irving and Kellogg Streets. Surrounding neighborhoods could also be impacted by large traffic increases.

Due to the steep slopes, there are potential risks of storm and irrigation runoff, erosion, and potential landslides. This development could also lead to environmental and wildlife concerns, and impact potential Native American archaeological resources on the hill. 

The impact of this high density development on our property values is also a concern.

The Panoramic Heights Homeowners Association (PHHA) is opposing this high density development. We need your help to stop this proposal now.

WEEKLY PHHA EMERGENCY INFORMATION MEETINGS will be held online (via Zoom) each Saturday, beginning October 3rd. The exact time of each weekly meeting will be included in your Zoom link.

If you are able to join a meeting, please check your email for a Zoom link from PHHA (Christy Watts). If you did not receive the email, please reach out to info@panoramicheightshoa.com to get the Zoom link, so that we can get your contact information in our database. 

Email us and/or check back here for more information on how you can get involved in stopping this development. 

Thanks for your help to preserve the livability of Panoramic Heights & our surrounding neighborhoods.

Gerry Berges, PHHA President