Ideas from other neighborhoods
Regis students surprise neighborhood with pumpkins
Students say the idea is about making another person’s day.
Program encourages folks to know their neighbors
The purpose is to get residents to know their neighbors and discuss the needs of their neighborhood.
Can a T-shirt change the world?DeSure and Rahim utilized Spa as a means of rejuvenating their neighborhood. The clothes are made in L.A. and designed, modeled and photographed by members of the Crenshaw community.
What's life like in Dayton? Project offers answers to draw residents
Dayton wants and needs new residents after losing nearly half of its population in roughly the last 60 years. Now, a new project will try to help people find out which of the city’s 66 neighborhoods are the best match for them.
Paint a Community Mural this Week in East Williamsburg
Public spaces and venues have now become the focus of experiencing art in a communal setting.
Neighborhood Speed Management Project Completions Move City Toward Transportation Safety Goals
The program is part of the City of Boulder’s prioritization of safe transportation. The city strives to keep its streets, sidewalks and paths safe for all modes of transportation.
Four Days. Four Miles of Bike Lanes.
We’re thrilled that our project has helped pave the way for longterm, well-functioning bike lanes that make sense for Richardson’s cyclists and drivers alike.
Newly-renovated tunnel makes it safer for kids to walk to school
The tunnel features artwork by students of signature neighborhood buildings, children in motion, and giant flowers and animals. The neighborhood came together for two days in September to paint the tunnel.
Artists, Storytellers, Providence Community Come Together For Community Table Event
A free, family-friendly celebration of art, food, health, and prosperity in our neighborhoods.
Katy Neighborhood Walmart Promoting Youth Reading with Free Books
The Falcon Ranch area Walmart Neighborhood Market has added a library with free books in an effort to promote youth reading