Residents came out for a morning stroll down the alleyway between 6th and 7th street and Molino and Stanley Avenue on Saturday, May 8th. Residents were asked to stroll the alleyway and provide feedback for future improvements. Special thanks to our wonderful volunteers Caity and Aaron Engel, Ketzie and Chris Diaz, Esmeralda Garcia and Jonathan Raspa, Cody Lusby, Janna Vandenberg, Chris Robson, Dawn Mendelson and Gretchen Swanson who made this event so successful! Thanks to our local businesses Coffee Drunk and 7th Street donuts! We truly loved seeing so many neighbors and stay tuned for another interactive alleyway stroll coming soon! Questions? Email email@example.com.
On Monday, August 17th Rose Park residents and volunteers arrived masked and ready to work using chalk and spray paint with stencils to display the feedback of residents and surrounding neighbors for safer, accessible streets and equitable spaces. Thank you to Rose Park resident and artist Cody Lusby for leading the street art action and to the volunteers who participated in the summer heat! We also appreciate Matt Hamilton who provided us with permission to use the parking lot for our street safe art!
On Tuesday, August 25th at 11am, Rose Park Neighborhood Association President Gretchen Swanson will host an online pedestrian safety training workshop for older adults via zoom. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to participate.
In September, Rose Park Neighborhood Association will present it’s findings in a report to the city council. These efforts are funded by a grant received from Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG). ‘With support from the California Office of Traffic Safety, the Local Community Engagement and Safety Mini-Grants fund projects that build street-level community resiliency and increase the safety of vulnerable street users, including those who depend on biking and walking. ‘
We hope you will stay informed and continue to be a part of making Rose Park Neighborhood streets and surrounding areas safe, accessible & equitable for all! Stay informed & SUBSCRIBE to our newsletter. #ResilientStreets #HealthyStreets #ActiveTransportation #GoHumanSoCal