Neighbor-to-neighbor communication is critical for Hampton Heights to thrive, grow, and feel like home. There are a couple of ways that we do this, and we invite any neighborhood residents to join us.

1. Listserv for neighbors - one of our neighbors moderates a listserv for those living in the neighborhood. It has been a tremendous tool. To learn more and join, email moderator Tammy Stokes (

2. Facebook - Hampton Heights Neighborhood Association has a page. Click on the link in the top right corner of our site and then 'like' us.

3. This website! Please check back often. If you see changes that are needed, please contact neighborhood marketing chair Laura Ringo (

4. Signs - the neighborhood association places signs and such throughout the neighborhood to advertise upcoming events and meetings. Please look for them.

Do you have other marketing ideas? If so, please share them with us or join the HHNA marketing committee.


The Hampton Heights Neighborhood Association (HHNA) provides a collective voice when expressing concerns to the City, a source for information on area community events, and builds a stronger sense of neighborhood community through fun neighborhood events. Any household in the Hampton Heights neighborhood is welcome to join.

The HHNA Board members meet nine to twelve times a year to organize neighborhood events and plan responses to neighborhood concerns. Meetings are typically held the third Tuesday of the month.

Thank You!

The Board of Directors of the Hampton Heights Neighborhood Association

The center of Hampton Heights is located at West Hampton Avenue, Spartanburg, SC. The neighborhood includes Willow Oaks and Irwin Parks, Montessori Academy of Spartanburg and Spartanburg Prep School, and Southside Baptist Church. The community is in walking distance to the heart of downtown Spartanburg, SC.

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