Join us for a short meeting, and time to meet and greet neighbors!
Kids Welcome, lookfor fun activities for the kids!!!!
Please bring a dish to pass and a drink, tableware will be provided.
Tuesday July 28
Slatterly Park Shelter
It is that time of year again to start thinking and planning your National Night Out Event. To register your event go to coptalklive.com then go to the National Night Out pulldown and click on register. The first fifty (50) events to register online will get a free large one (1) topping pizza from Papa John’s.
Don’t forget to leave your porch light on at night to encourage a walkable neighborhood!
National Night Out Registration
Join us Saturday August 15 from 9:00am – 12:00pm to help re-paint the Slatterly Park street mural adjacent to the Hawthorne Education Center at the intersection of 7th Street & 5th Ave SE in Slatterly Park N/A. This is a family friendly activity, and all you need to do is show up with painting clothes, all of the paint and supplies are provided, thanks to RNeighbors our city wide neighborhood resource center. Rain date Saturday August 22.
Signup for a plot:
Garden Plot Map: Slatterly Community Garden Map
Volunteer for next work-night June 2:
Update: The gardens have been saved, see some weeds please pull them
The Slatterly Park neighborhood association is considering taking over the Slatterly Park community garden from the Rochester Area Foundation (which we realize is a little late in the planting season), however we are asking for volunteers to help save the Slatts community garden. We have set a work night for this coming Wednesday night May 27th to get them ready for gardening yet this summer.
The sad news is if we are unable to get volunteers for the first work night (May 27) the city will bulldoze the gardens and return the area to grass.
We need a minimum of six committed volunteers to help with the first work night (May 27) and then a second the following week for final prep to get the gardens ready for planting by June 5th. As a volunteer you do not need to be committed to having a garden plot, just willing to help save the community garden by coming out and helping for two hours to help remove weeds and get the gardens ready for use.
If we are able to get the gardens up and running we will need to form a small committee to develop a plan to maintain and foster the Community garden which will be critical to the future of this neighborhood resource.
If you are able to help or are interested in any of the following please email firstname.lastname@example.org with which you are interested in, or to signup to help with the first work night click on the link below.
1) Help weed Wednesday May 27 6:30 – 8:30pm To sign up, go to:
2) Interested in a garden plot
3) Serving on the community garden committee
The Slatterly Park Neighborhood Association will be hosting a water stop in Slatterly Park for the Annual Med City Marathon, this Sunday May 24th in the morning from 8:30 – 12:00pm. This is a great way to showcase our neighborhood, and show our support for the runners, who are raising money for a great cause.
If you are interested in volunteering please contact Evelyn Oftedahl email@example.com This event is a great family friendly event!
A map of the waterstop locations can be found here: http://medcitymarathon.com/race-info/course-info.php
Find out more about the Med City Marathon @ www.medcitymarathon.com
Volunteers needed to help plant 200 boulevard trees in the Slatterly Park & Sunnyside Neighborhoods, thanks to RNeighbors - RNeighborWoods program to promote and work with our City Forester to plant boulevard trees in our neighborhoods. These boulevard trees are in addition to the (40) boulevard trees Slatterly Park planted this past weekend!
For access to plans, elevations and details of the Sixth Street SE Bridge replacement project follow the link, and click on Project Files in the lower left hand column of the webpage. The bridge will have decorative rails, planters and historic lighting that was collaboratively selected by the Slatterly Park 6th Street Bridge Committee, who worked with Public Works for 2 years on the design, and details of this neighborhood connecting bridge in our neighborhood.