Consider ROCing the Day with the 19th Ward Community Association this year and support community-building and advocacy for OUR neighborhood. Visit ROCtheDay.org between midnight today and midnight…Continue
Annual Convention of the 19th Ward Community Association is 6:30 PM, Friday, Nov 16 at the Rochester Presbyterian Home, 256 Thurston. Socializing, Silent Auction, Committee and Community tabling. …Continue
Dear Friends & Neighbors, What lies ahead for the community garden at the corner of Thurston and Ravenwood? Does the garden have value to Thurston Rd., to the neighborhood? Should it be kept in…Continue
"Throwing out this idea I've been mulling around. Prompted by the discussion around problem properties. I work at OACES (Office of Adult Career & Education Services) at 30 Hart St. We offer technical training programs…"
"Deb- I would be interested in both (common issues AND specific properties). In my experience, the City seems to have a great deal of difficulty in ongoing follow up of problem properties and it takes a lot of citizen advocacy to get things done.
annual awards dinner, celebrating community building. 2014 Awardees are John Laing and Kathy King, Citizens of the Year; Ali's Tailor Shop, Merchant of the Year; and the Westside Farmers Market, Quality of Life. Dinner, Awards, Entertainment - Call 328-6571 for reservations. Tickets are $18.00 each. free parking in the ramp garageSee More
"Over 90 Links to picture albums have been repaired or added to this listing of 19th Ward picture albums. If you have any online albums you would like to share with the community, you can list links to them in a Reply to this Discussion and I…"
The 19th Ward Community Association is a group of neighbors striving to preserve the residential character of Rochester, New York's historic 19th Ward neighborhood. * 19WCA District MapOffice Phone: 585.328.6571See More
"Well, another Square Fair is behind us. There was a lot of planning and hard work that went into planing an event of this magnitude, I would like to thank all of those of you that helped both in the planning as well as the day of the fair. I hope we…"
What Street (and location if not in the Quadrant)?
How long have you lived there?
Do you rent or own?
Do you plan on staying there?
Tell us about yourself:
The 19th Ward Community Association is a group of neighbors striving to preserve the residential character of the neighborhood. The Association fosters and encourages mutual cooperation in a multi-cultural community. We are a member-supported, volunteer-run, not-for-profit organization.
Our mission is "To create a conscious multi-racial community where individual and cultural differences are celebrated and where people share a sense of community."
Since its beginning, the Association has provided a structure for organizing the efforts of residents; from representing the interests of residents, to orchestrating the city's largest and longest running PAC-TAC.
The Association strives to bolster the neighborhood feel of the Ward through many activities. These include supporting various neighborhood gardens, organizing graffiti removal and informing members on various community activities through the Update 19 newsletter.
The Association keeps a close eye on zoning issues presented at City Hall and communicates issues concerning the 19th Ward to its members. The Association provides resources and expertise to help residents of the Ward better understand city services and cut through the red tape of city and county governments. We work closely with the Rochester Police Department, Rochester City School District, and other government and community organizations to promote the interests of our residents.
Hello to the 19WCA,
Welcome to Location19. We are delighted to have you join this site. I look forward to your setting up a 19WCA Group in which you can post 19WCA news and through which you can receive community input. If all the neighborhoods in the SouthWest Quadrant follow suit, it will make it easy for all visitors to Location19 to get the full picture of what is going on and will help the neighborhoods share ideas on how to improve life in their areas.
Don't hesitate to contact Marian or me with questions or suggestions.