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    Security Update April 3, 2017

    Tuesday, March 28th @ 3AM
    From Crimereports.com
    Assault reported on the 2500 block of Main Street (between Orchard and Fairfield). No additional details are available. 

    Wednesday, March 29th @ 1:15AM
    Reported by a resident
    Car was broken in to last night on Parkside between Hertle and Tacoma at 1:15am. There didn't appear to be anything taken. He was caught on camera (see image below). A report has already been taken by the  Buffalo Police Department. 

    Wednesday, March 29th @ 5AM
    From Crimereports.com
    Theft of vehicle reported on the 2500 block of Main Street (between Orchard and Fairfield).

    Wednesday, March 29th @ 7:30AM
    Reported by a resident
    Three car accident at Starin and Amherst. Appears to be an east-bound vehicle on Amherst stopped to make a left onto Starin when a chain reaction rear-ending occurred.

    Saturday, April 1st @ Noon
    From Crimereports.com
    Assault reported on the 2100 block of Main Street (between Humboldt and Robie). No additional details are available.

    Parkside Traffic Survey

    The PCA Traffic Committee is looking for your feedback. Please let us know what you think!

    This survey is open to everyone who lives in, or commutes through the Parkside neighborhood in Buffalo, NY. Please click on the link below to take our survey.

    Traffic in Parkside (click here to access)


    If you are aware of traffic collisions that occur in the neighborhood please report the information to the PCA office for inclusion in the weekly Security Update. Traffic information is not available from our crime reporting sources. Email [email protected] or call 716-838-1240. Thank you.

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    Annual Appeal

    Please consider donating to Parkside Community Association Annual Appeal!

    All money raised helps support continuing non-profit programs of the Parkside Community Association—among them are the Summer Arts Camp for kids, Aging in Place, Crime Prevention, Housing Advocacy, Arts and Crafts Show, Traffic Safety, the renowned Parkside Tour of Homes and Garden & Architecture Tour, and the popular free summer “Movies in the Meadow” series.