Below is an opportunity to connect with Rochester Public Utilities for an upcoming Neighborhood Energy Challenge, there is an upcoming workshop in Slatterly Park at Lincoln at Mann listed below:
Slatterly Business listing Please click on the following link to neighborhood businesses as a resource when considering LOCAL
If your business isn’t listed and you would like to have it listed please contact Caitlin at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Third Ave Development dubbed "The Buckeye" will be on tonight's City Council meeting agenda if anyone is interested in learning more about the project. The project has went through initial and final approval from the City Planning Zoning Commission, and a first round of City Council approval , and is going back to City Council tonight following the second CPZ approval.
The developer Stencil Group has worked closely with the neighborhood leadership to incorporate neighborhood input. We look forward to redevelopment of a key piece of property the main entrance into our neighborhood from downtown at the corner of Third Ave & Fourth Streets SE.
At the last City Council meeting the developer and project was praised for it's attractive design and developers willingness to connect with the neighborhood early in the process.
The name of the development has been brought up at a couple neighborhoods, with mixed opinions, and the SPNA board has agreed to leave the naming of the property up to the private developer who is investing in our downtown and entrance into our neighborhood.
City Council Meeting:
Open to the Public
7:00 -10:00 pm
DELAYED UNTIL 100% COMPLETE
The Ribbon cutting ceremony scheduled for Tuesday November 17th has been cancelled, and a new date will be announced when the bridge is completed.
Tuesday November 17
6th Street Bridge
The Public is invited to attend the 6th Street Bridge ribbon cutting ceremony for the bridge crossing over Bear Creek, which has been under construction this spring through fall. The Slatterly Park neighborhood worked with the Public Works department officials to design the bridge to better represent our historic downtown neighborhood with the addition of unique railings and historic lamp-posts.
Art on the Ave is excited to announce the 2016 Sculpture Contest/Request for Proposal to artist to design and fabricate this years sculpture. Past sculptures along with artist information can be found at the following link
Sculpture Competition Guidelines: AOA SCULPTURE COMPETITION_2016
Get involved in the future of Rochester transit:
Rochester Public Transit (RPT) will be launching several public input efforts. This is part of the Transit Development Plan, which will guide RPT’s development for the next 5-7 years. These outreach efforts will help RPT learn what is working well with the bus system, what needs to improve, and how we could make the needed improvements.