Hobart’s Run initiative was established by The Hill School in 2016 to create a clean and safe neighborhood; foster inclusivity; provide incentives for home ownership and property pride; and generate quality, sustainable commercial and retail development.  While specifically addressing a 900-parcel focus area, we support Pottstown-wide revitalization efforts.

  1. Hobart’s Run

    Hobart’s Run initiative was established by The Hill School in 2016 to create a clean and safe neighborhood; foster inclusivity; provide incentives for home ownership and property pride; and generate quality, sustainable commercial and retail development.
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610-705-1017

856-A E. High St.
Pottstown, PA 19464

Mission

A 501(c)(3) since 2017, the Hobart’s Run initiative was established by The Hill School in 2016 to create a clean and safe neighborhood; foster inclusivity; provide incentives for home ownership and property pride; and generate quality, sustainable commercial and retail development.  While specifically addressing a 900-parcel focus area, we support Pottstown-wide revitalization efforts.

About Us

Why “Hobart’s Run”? The name “Hobart’s Run” was derived in part from historical accounts of Pottstown’s once-prominent Hobart family who lived during the late 1700s in a stately home overlooking what is now East High Street. Hobart’s Run also is the name of an underground stream that runs through the area east of Pottstown’s downtown.  The Hobarts purchased their home’s property from David Potts, the grandson of Pottstown founder John Potts.  Thus, the name ties our endeavor to both our geographic focus area and to the rest of Pottstown and its history.