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Litter Bit Better Neighborhood Cleanup

Litter Bit Better

Neighborhood Spring Trash Pickup

Thursday April 24, 6:30pm
Meet at the Community Garden in Slatterly Park

Trash/Recylcling bags provided, please bring gloves

Spring Neighborhood Quarterly Meeting

Tuesday April 29


Hawthorne Education Center

Room 104

A guest speaker from the Olmsted Planning Department will share information about the upcoming city-wide Comprehensive Plan that will be done this year in coordination with the DMC (Destination Medical Center) Development Plan.  The Imagine Slatterly Vision Plan is a part of the overall Comprehensive Plan that was adopted last February, however it is important that we stay at the forefront and keep the elements of the plan in the new Comprehensive Plan, and look at what is being proposed through the DMC plans.

Art on the Ave Volunteer Signup

Click on the link below to volunteer for Art on the Ave on Saturday May 17

Signup is now available online to help out with this great neighborhood event!



DMC Development Plan Kickoff for more information


Boulevard Tree Grant

Do you have a missing boulevard tree in front of your house you would like to get replaced?

The Slatterly Park Neighborhood Association has a $20 tree grant for Slatterly Park Neighborhood residents

Steps below to recieve the grant money:

Find out what you can Plant: BOULEVARD TREE SPECIES


Purchase a tree and sumbit reciept to: you will be reimbursed up to a maximum of $20 per boulevard tree planted





Community Garden Plots NOW Available

CROPS is a dynamic network of community gardens and its leadership group developed by residents of Rochester and the Rochester Area Foundation in the Fall of 2009. We are a passionate group of gardeners who strive to provide residents with the opportunity to grow their own vegetables, right in their own neighborhood.

The CROPS community gardens are located on private as well as city owned remnant parcels of land, which the Rochester Park and Recreation Department has allowed for gardening. In all cases, vacant and underutilized areas are transformed into vibrant focal points of the neighborhood as the network of CROPS gardens expands.

If interested in a community garden near you, here are the current garden plot availability maps and 2014 applications

Art on the Ave Vendor Applications

                     Saturday May 17, 2014

                                    9:30am – 4:00pm

1000 Block of 4th Ave SE


Connect with us on Facebook:

Download Vendor applications: AoA Vendor Contract

Sculpture RFP (Call for Artist) AoA Sculpture RFP

Music/Perfomance interest contact:

More event information can be found at:

 Vendor applications & Sculpture RFP’s due by March 15

Winter Quarterly Meeting Wednesday February 12

The Winter Quarterly Meeting has been re-scheduled due to the extremely cold weather experienced on Tuesday January 28, the meeting has been scheduled for Wednesday February 12, 7:00pm at Hawthorne Education Center, Room 114.  The meeting will have a guest speaker from Destination Medical Center to share more about the progress.  Save the date!!!

Leadership Update

Leadership update,

The Slatterly Park Neighborhood Association had very successful elections at our annual meeting in October, and we have a full board of newly elected, and current re-elected board members. At our annual board meeting this past week we nominated board positions, and I am happy to announce after almost 10 years as president of the Slatterly Park Neighborhood Association, Randy Schubring was appointed the new president of the Slatterly Park Neighborhood Association. Randy comes with a strong leadership background that includes his current position as the Public Policy Manager at Mayo Clinic in which he has worked with federal, state and local governments, is a graduate of the Leadership Greater Rochester, and a past president of a St Paul neighborhood association. I was re-elected to the board, and will gladly help with the transition and make a smooth transition for Randy, and will continue to be involved. Please welcome Randy, and make sure that Randy is copied on any and all communication that relates to our downtown neighborhood in the future, and feel free to pass this along to others who are in leadership roles that I may have missed.

It is with gratitude and heartfelt thanks as past president of the Slatterly Park Neighborhood Association to have represented our downtown neighborhood residents, and have worked/partnered with the City of Rochester, Olmsted County, RNeighbors , Rochester Area Foundation and PRIME , and so many other great organizations, and I welcome continued connections with Randy, and the Slatterly Park Board. We have an opportunity to redevelop our downtown neighborhood, and follow the Destination Medical Center progress, as we have certainly taken steps ahead of the wave of redevelopment with our Imagine Slatterly Vision Plan, which was developed in concert with the Rochester Downtown Master Plan, and adopted last March. We look forward to progress, that strengthens the integrity of our downtown neighborhood, and will have our Imagine Slatterly Leadership team in tune with any upcoming developments, along with our engaged board.


Wayne Flock

Riverside Boulevard Garden Cleanup- Volunteers needed

Sunday October 26 @ 1:30pm

Volunteers are needed this Sunday October 26 @ 1:30pm to help clean up the Riverside Garden Boulevard plants, please bring a cutting tool, and gloves if you wish.  If we get a few people together this shouldn’t take any longer than 45 min to an hour.  The boulevard gardens are in front of Riverside School, and have been adopted by the neighborhood association, since it is one of our main connections into downtown on foot/bike.

 Thank you in advance for your help!