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Med City Marathon Slatterly Park Water Stop









The Slatterly Park Neighborhood Association will be hosting a water stop in Slatterly Park for the Annual Med City Marathon, this Sunday May 26th in the morning from 8:30 – 12:00pm.  The Slatterly water stop will be at mile marker 19 in the park, which is part of the 26.2 mile loop through Rochester, which is located at the interesection of 8 1/2 street SE (across the bridge from the Slatterly Park playground on the main trail).   This is a great way to showcase our neighborhood, and show our support for the runners, who are raising money for a great cause. 

We need several volunteers to make this happen, please contact Evelyn Oftedahl eoftedahl@gmail.com if you are able to volunteer, you can help as long as you would like, even if you can only give an hour.    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

Crime E-Alert 7-29-13

 visit www.coptalklive.com for more information


Crime E-Alert for July 29, 2013  To request more incident information please e-mail the incident number to lrecords@rochestermn.gov 

Recently, two Level 3 Registered Predatory Offenders have relocated within the City of Rochester.  Both of the Offenders have been living in the 2100 block of Campus Drive Se and have moved 

Allen Lee Lloyd – DOB: 8/12/1966 has relocated to the 800 block of 9th Avenue SE, at 815 9th Ave SE

William Burton-James Solbrig – DOB: 7/28/1983 has relocated to the 1000 block of West Center Street      

 Both of these offenders remain under Intensive Supervised Release (ISR) supervision and have many restrictions.  It should be noted that I have not scheduled a new community notification meeting on either of these two individuals due to their inclusion in meetings at the time of their release from the MN DOC in the past two months.  Concerned citizens may obtain more information on these, or any other Level 3 offender, by visiting http://www.doc.state.mn.us/level3/Search.asp.  Additionally, if anyone still has questions/ concerns or wishes to discuss a meeting for a particular group, please feel free to contact me directly and I will do my best to assist.

Lt. Craig Anderson #2192

Lieutenant – Department Support

Rochester Police Department

Office: 507-328-6896

Fax: 507-328-6990

Art on the Ave

                           Saturday May 18

                                        9:00 – 4:00pm

                              1000 block of 7th Ave SE

              (two blocks north of KFC on Hwy 14 east)      


           Band/Entertainment Listing:

9:15 – 10:00am    Good Morning Bedlam–Indie Folk

10:15 – 11:30am   The Nodding Wild Onions- Americana

10:00 – 11:30am   Words Players -Shakespeare Wagon

10:00 – 12:00pm  The Magic of Reading-Strolling (Kids)

11:45 – 1:15pm    Jill Zimmerman – Folk Rock/pop

                                                                       1:30 – 2:30pm      Axolotl– Veracruz Jarocho

                                                                       1:30 – 3:00pm       The Magic of Reading-Strolling (Kids)

                                                                       2:45 – 3:45pm    Naomi Thrune – Pop

The performance by the Word Players is a gypsy wagon and Shakespearean tragedians and minstrels bring fun, merriment, dancing, and music to local parks this summer. The Words Players Theatre Polite Mechanicals will “ennuncitate and expostulatate and interpretate and musicate” at Arts on the Avenue. Look for them performing Twelfth Night in Rochester Parks in June. This is not your English Teacher’s Shakespeare. 

                           Vendor listing: http://slatterlypark.org/art-on-the-ave

                   Thank you to our Main Event Sponsor – (People’s Food Co-op)

 http://www.facebook.com/SlatterlyAOA to connect to Facebook page for Art on the Ave. and hit LIKE, to help us spread the word about AoA!


Spring Neighborhood Tree Planting







Thanks to all the volunteers who came out Saturday to help with the planting! 

 We have purchased 30 more boulevard trees for the Slatterly Park neighborhood, with funds raised from Saturdays at Slatterly events Music & Movie in the Park & Bloom Day & Art on the Ave.  By supporting these events we are able to put the funds back into the neighborhood!  The new trees will be planted on 6th Street SE between 3rd Ave & 15th Ave.

We’ll do the planting  Saturday April 27 @ 10:00am (meet at Riverside School along 6th Street SE)   We’ll need approx. 15-20  volunteers needed to help out!  

 Bring shovels, wheelborrows, or wagons to haul dirt!

Neighborhood Cleanup -Litter Bit Better


Improve the neighborhood you live in and participate in Rochester’s “A Litter Bit Better” city wide litter pick up starting Saturday, April 20th through Saturday the 27th by getting involved with your neighborhood cleanup!

Here are two great ways to get involved:

Option 1:

Trash bags will be available at the Slatterly Park Community Garden Tool Bench, where you’ll find large green bags for garbage and blue bags for recyclables.  The bags will be available for pickup Saturday April 20-27, so you are free to choose when you want to participate during the week-it’s a great way to get the kids involved in the community!  You may choose any area wherever you see trash to pick up within the neighborhood.  The park and the river parkway has already been adopted by the Boy Scouts so it would be nice if people would walk along curbs, and other areas of the neighborhood, but the park is fair game too!  Leave the full bags at the Community Garden Bench, and the Litter Bit Better program coordinators will pick up the bags the following week.

Option 2:

Thursday April 25 @ 6:30pm there will be an organized group cleanup starting from the Community Garden Bench, where you will connect with others and fan out into the neighborhood. 

Thank you for making Slatterly Park a great neighborhood to live in and a Litter Bit Better!

Slatterly Park Early Literacy Conversations

Slatterly Park ECE Conversations to be held in the Slatterly Park neighborhood regarding Early Literacy and Kindergarten preparedness.

Slatterly Park Early Literacy Conversations Flyer 2013 Final

Do you have young children, or know of a family next door with young children that might benefit from this program?

Please RSVP with Michelle michellej@uwolmsted.org or 507-535-5519, Michelle can also answer any questions you might have.

 Hawthorne Education Center

Thursday April 25, 2013


 Lincoln Elementary School

Tuesday May 7, 2013


Slatterly Park DMC Presentation/Discussion

Neighborhood Spring Quarterly Meeting

Tuesday April 23, 7:00pm

Hawthorne Education Center, Room 104


  • Spring/Summer Events – Art on the Ave & Music & Movie in the Park
  • Community Garden
  • Neighborhood Cleanup April 25
  • Boulevard Tree Planting – April 27
  • Destination Medical Center Presntation by Heidi Mestad

City Housing Complaints

If you have a complaint about a property within the Slatterly Park Neighborhood

  • Unmaintained property
  • Trash -large and small
  • Appliances in front/back yard
  • broken down fences
  • Rental property issues
  • structural difficiencies to home or garage

Contact City Housing:  Susan Legare  SLegare@rochestermn.gov  or (507) 328 2600

Mini Free Library Program

The Rochester Public Library is coordinating a grant with the United Way to start a program of getting (20) Mini Free Libraries placed in the Slatterly Park Neighborhood in the next year, and is
looking for participating homeowners who have children 0-5, or daycare providers with children of this age.  If you are interested in the program and don’t’ have young children contact me directly to discuss.  Information about the program attached along with an application form that can be directly returned to the Library.  The program is a great way to get children reading at a younger age, and create a community of book sharing.    This program is open to any neighbor living the Slatterly Park Neighborhood.  The great part about this program is that it is entirely free to the homeowner, the libraries are built and installed by the Rochester Public Library, and has an opportunity for your family to artistically decorate it however you would like.  If you have any further questions please contact
Vicki Ernster VICKI@rochester.lib.mn.us

Mini Free Library Info: Mini Free Library Info

Winter Quarterly NA Meeting Feb. 26

The Slatterly Park Neighborhood Association’s Winter Quarterly Meeting that was cancelled in January is rescheduled for this Tuesday February 26 @ 7:00pm at Hawthorne Education Center, Room 114.

We’ll have a guest speaker from the Rochester Public Library, about a possible grant affecting our neighborhood.

As mentioned at the last quarterly meeting we’ll be accepting nominations for board positions, and would like those that are interested to come forward to introduce themselves at the Feb. 26 meeting.  A formal vote for all of the positions will be held at the Spring Quarterly meeting on April 23.