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6th Street Bridge – Ribbon Cutting


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.

Third Ave Redevelopment Project – update

A proposed landmark redevelopment project at the corner of Third Ave & Fourth Street SE received unanimous City Council approval for Incentive Development this past week.  The redevelopment project dubbed The Buckeye is a $17 million dollar, six story mixed-use apartment building (80% market rate/20% affordable) with retail on the main level, and structured parking integrated into the building footprint, and street-scaping to include trees and benches.  Slatterly Park leadership has worked closely with the developer since the spring of 2015 to incorporate design principles, and encourage public/private partnerships with adjacent property owners.  The Slatterly Park board wrote a letter of support to City Council pointing out the great communication with the developer (The Stencil Group) and the willingness to work with the neighborhood.  The letter also encouraged the developer to incorporate a public art piece at the corner of 3rd & 4th as an ode to Slatterly Park’s effort to become the artist quarter of downtown, and our efforts with Art on the Ave

Related News Articles:

Rochester Post Bulletin 11-3-2015

Rochester Post Bulletin 11-4-2014

Minneapolis/St Paul Business Journal

Art on the Ave Sculpture Contest/RFP

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




Slatterly Park – Fall Quarterly Meeting

Tuesday October 27, 2015


Hawthorne Education Center

Room 104

Agenda Items:

  • Vote for Slatterly Park Board members
  • Third Avenue Development


Rochester Public Transit Survey

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.

Survey:  www.surveymonkey.com/r/2015rochestercs

Rochester Parks Survey

Parks and Recreation Master Plan
The City of Rochester Parks and Recreation Department is in the beginning stages of creating a parks and recreation master plan to guide future improvements in parks and recreation programming for the next 20 years. Your input is needed to help develop recommendations and priorities. Please follow this link to an online questionnaire asking about issues, needs, and desires for parks and recreation in Rochester. This link will be active until November 6, 2015. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RochesterParks2015

8th Annual Pumpkin Carving

Slatterly Park Board – Opening

Interested in becoming a Board Member of a great neighborhood?

Board Candidate Questionnaire – 2015

Deadline for application: Monday October 26, 5:00pm


2016 Art on the Ave Host -SELECTED

With the Art on the Ave 2016 selection process closed (9/18/2015), the Art on the Ave Committee reviewed several submissions from a group of qualified applicants, and narrowed down a list of finalist based on the criteria the committee asked for.  The winning applicant for 2016 is Joe & Nicole Nurmi on the 800 block of 7th Ave SE.  The Nurmi’s are newer to the neighborhood and are excited to be the 2016 Host, and are willing to take on the AoA Host Responsibilities.  A special thanks to all those who applied this year, we had a great pool of households who applied, and we encourage people to re-apply again next year.

The host selected theme for this year is “DANCE” which will guide artist in the design of the sculpture that will be permanently installed on the host boulevard.  An RFP(request for proposal) will be sent to artist in the next month to start the process.

Third Ave. Development


Wednesday September 30, 2015


Hawthorne Education Center

700 4th Ave SE


Slatterly Park Neighbors

Come to a special neighborhood meeting Wednesday, Sept. 30 to hear about the development plans for the “Buckeye Liquor” site on the corner of Third Avenue and Fourth Street.  A Representative of Stencil Group Development will discuss their plans for a six story mixed use development with retail space on the first floor and a mix of 88 market rate/affordable apartments above.   The developer is reaching out to the neighborhood, which is encouraging that they want to be a part of our neighborhood.

Randy Schubring


Slatterly Park Neighborhood Association