Beacon Hill Civic Association Mission Statement The Beacon Hill Civic Association (BHCA) was established in 1922 by a small group of neighbors whose goal was to protect Beacon Hill's historic residential character. Today, the BHCA continues as a volunteer organization that helps preserve and enhance the quality of life on Beacon Hill, a historic, urban, residential neighborhood in downtown Boston.
Beacon Hill Civic Association Statement on Racial Justice The Beacon Hill Civic Association joins in the call for equality and racial justice in our society. Ending systemic racism falls to all of us, and the Beacon Hill Civic Association commits to using its platform, privilege, and resources to help build a community of inclusiveness, diversity, fairness, and respect within our neighborhood and throughout the City of Boston.
The Beacon Hill Civic Association office will be closed on Monday, May 29th, for Memorial Day.
2023 Annual Appeal
For more than 100 years, the BHCA has worked to enhance the quality of life for residents through community building, civic engagement, and historic preservation, and by serving as a voice of the community. Thank you for your continued support and generosity!
Thanks to all who joined us on the Valiant on Wednesday night!!
Upcoming BHCA Committee Meetings & Events
First Friday Coffee Hour – Friday, June 2nd, 8:30am 74 Joy Street – with City Council President Ed Flynn Meet & Greet – Monday, June 5th, 6:00pm, 75 Chestnut Streets & Sidewalks Committee - Tuesday, June 6th, 5:30pm via Zoom Zoning & Licensing Committee - Wednesday, June 7th, 7pm via Zoom
Contact the BHCA office for details on any of these meetings or events.
Important Notice from the BHCA Office for Contractors We are only signing permits electronically. If you need a Contractors Parking Permit, please download the Contractors Affidavit below, fill out, scan or photograph, and email back to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will email the signed permit back to you. Please remember to remove your permits when they have expired, and please DO NOT nail permits into trees!