Our neighborhoods are always changing, and two community-oriented events this week are examples of that change. As neighbors we can watch it happen around us, or we can take charge and help put our own fingerprints on the place we call home.
If you haven’t been to one of these events, they’re pretty low key and casual. Swing on by and take a look. (more…)
Have you ever wondered why we’re on Foster Road, and not Foster Bouelvard? Due to some twist of historic fate, our main street is literally the only major street east of the river to use the “Road” street name.
Neighborhood organizers are working on a plan for Laurelwood Park. Do you have thoughts on the designs presented below? Take a minute and let them know your thoughts through their online survey by March 15th! (more…)
Laurelwood Park has caught the eye of neighborhood organizers who seek to update the tiny gem to make it more useful and functional for the surrounding neighborhoods. (more…)
Looks like a busy week on Foster Road. Here’s the latest on community projects, group meetings and other special events which caught the eyes of the FU crew. (more…)
Neighborhood Coalition Group the Foster Green EcoDistrict has hit the ground running with active projects this week, the first being a community-driven plan to “refresh” Laurelwood Park. The triangle-shaped .42 acre park is a quiet gem in our neighborhoods, and remains underutilized outside of large events such as Fun on Foster. This vision will be the stepping stone to ask for funding for implementation, and it is important to have broad community support and input. Do you have new ideas for Laurelwood Park? Want to see it stay the same? Please attend this meeting and make sure your voice is heard. (more…)