We had a good initial conversation with Amanda Ford on Thursday. We will continue the conversation in April at the WPCCA Monthly Meeting on April 26 at 6:30. There will be food and child care.
To learn more about the Proposed Short North Parking Pilot Program, please also attend one … read more
The Short North Parking Study currently proposes to make all street parking north of the 670 overpass on High St (“the Cap”) and 7th Ave, east of Harrison Ave/Perry St., and west of 5th Ave, a combination of time-restricted, paid parking, plus residential permit parking. The proposal went before City … read more
Mark your calendars: Neighborhood Pride week is just around the corner. A whirlwind week of community-building and engagement, this a huge opportunity to make the most of City of Columbus resources and demonstrate your love for Weinland Park. read more
Projects in/concerning WP:
1530 Grant, near 5th, behind Grace Baptist – vote on proposal for retail food service, possibly a hookah bar
Taco Bell, 9th and High – Presentation on upcoming redevelopment
114 E 5th Avenue, A1 Auto on northwest corner – Presentation on low – rise mixed use building
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Founded to work toward the stabilization and revitalization of the University District, comprised of 13 neighborhoods, the UDO is governed by representatives from community groups, social service agencies, businesses, churches, local government, and institutions.
Primarily a planning organization, the UDO acts as a liaison between the City of Columbus, The … read more
The University Area Commission (UAC) was established by Columbus City Council in 1972 in order to “afford additional voluntary citizen participation in decision-making in an advisory capacity and to facilitate communication, understanding, and cooperation between neighborhood groups, city officials, and developers.” As part of District 3, Weinland Park is represented … read more
A partnership of more than a dozen agencies and organizations, the Collaborative engages the residents and Civic Association members in order to learn what people believe can best improve their neighborhood. The member agencies and organizations coordinate and jointly support a variety of projects to leverage assets and meet needs. read more
The Wexner Center for the Arts has collaborated on a number of projects that connect Weinland Park residents with museum educators and a variety of artists that have both local and international reach. Our community is home to many artists of all sort; we value the Arts, and the Wex … read more