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PCA News -April 30, 2021 Print

News from the PCA


PCA is looking to launch a microgrant program this year to support community benefit ideas in the community. From benches and planters, to public art, the top two ideas would be awarded cash prizes at the PCA annual meeting to fund the projects!

A critical component of this is creating a governing committee to set standards, create the application process, and assist with reviewing and scoring applicants. If you're interested in joining this committee please email us at [email protected].


For Program FAQ Click Here
Click Here for list of schools
View Your Citation Here
Click Here for Non-Apperance Form




Pets in our community need help!  Donate here! 


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Information from the Community

COVID-19 cases for April 27: 311 new cases were confirmed by ECDOH. 2,050 total cases over the past 7 days. 223 total new cases per 100,000 Erie County residents over the past 7 days. Total cases through April 27 are now 85,221.


Do you like buying healthy food straight from the farm? Wondering what fruits and vegetables are in-season? What local farms and farm markets have them?

More info at #ErieGrown, and help support our local farmers in the process: https://t.co/thlpdhi3m6

Register today: https://bit.ly/3mSw8pc

Erie County Board of Elections
is now accepting absentee ballot requests for the June 22 primary through its online portal at https://elections.erie.gov/AbsenteeApp.
Eligible voters may vote absentee because of Covid-19. Ballots will not be mailed until certified on April 29.Questions? Call 858-8891.


Sign up for v-safe – a new smartphone tool from CDC that checks in on you after your COVID-19 vaccine. You can report any side effects and help CDC monitor the safety of the vaccine. This kind of continued vaccine safety monitoring can find adverse events that may not have been seen in clinical trials and allows experts to study it to see if it is a true safety concern. Learn more at vsafe.cdc.gov.







Click here for more info


Stay up to date of all of the exciting things happening around the City of Buffalo by subscribing to their YouTube channel! You can subscribe by visiting www.Buffalony.gov/subscribe






Concerned about your home’s safety? Erie County offers FREE home assessments of indoor air quality, fire and carbon monoxide safety, lead poisoning hazards, and more. Smoke and Carbon Monoxide detectors provided as needed.  Learn more here.







SENIORS: Don't miss all the FREE online classes 



Erie County Department of Homeland Security & Emergency Services  has put together a list of known suppliers of PPE, most of which are based in WNY. View the list by clicking image below




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PCA Merchandise

PCA Pennants

There is no where else in Buffalo, NY with a legacy of community like Parkside. Display your love, whether you live here, work here, or are from the neighborhood. You can always call this home.

Click here to purchase your pennant today!

PCA Century Home Plaque Program

The Parkside Century Home Plaque Program celebrates our historically designed Frederick Law Olmsted neighborhood and the significance of its homes. The plaque is available to all homeowners in Parkside. The circa option is used for years that are estimated (for example, circa 1899).  The cost of the plaque is $200.00 which includes shipping and handling to the PCA office.

Click here to start the research on your plaque today!

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Sign Up to Volunteer!

Would you like to Volunteer with the PCA's events? Take a look at which events the PCA needs assistance with by clicking below! Thank you! 

Click to View Volunteer Opportunities on SignUp.com

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.