Update on Tour de Grove

Tour de Grove is rapidly approaching on the weekend of June 12 and 13.  In preparation of the race, volunteers have been organizing the neighborhood aspect of the race. The Grove – Local Organizing Committee is a group of residents and business owners in the Forest Park Southeast working to coordinate neighborhood involvement for the… Read More >>

17th Ward Business and Organization Updates

We at Park Central Development are currently compiling information for our spring issue of the 17th Ward Report.  Please contact Stephanie at stephanie.co@sbcglobal.net to provide information regarding significant changes to your business or organization, including openings and closures, by May 12, 2010. To view the previous issue of the 17th Ward report, click here.

Deadline Extended for Grove Merchant Involvement in Tour de Grove

The deadline for merchant involvement in the upcoming Tour de Grove is extended to May 10, 2010.  Please respond to Alexis Tucci at tuccihansen@hotmail.com with your plan for involvement. Here are a few ways your business can be involved: Being involved in one of the existing vendor sites on June 13 by hosting an activity,… Read More >>

Open Streets Tomorrow

Open Streets, a St. Louis City initiative, is an event that will open over 5 miles of car-free streets for the public to enjoy on foot and bike.   The open streets include several in the 17th ward, such as sections of Manchester, Sarah, and Newstead in Forest Park Southeast and Central West End.  There will… Read More >>

Meet Shalom House

Shalom House (1040 S. Taylor) is an organization located in Forest Park Southeast whose mission is to give hope to homeless women through innovative programs and supportive services designed to stabilize and rebuild lives.  Through its services, Shalom House hopes to end chronic homelessness for mentally ill and chemically dependent women in St. Louis, as well as educate… Read More >>

Volunteers provide parking lot facelift in the Grove

Last weekend, volunteers came to the Grove to help provide a much needed facelift for the parking lot at Sarah and Manchester.  Volunteers weeded, cleared trash, pruned trees, planted, and spread 20 yards of mulch.  Washington University Medical Redevelopment Corporation, Rebuilding Together and AmeriCorps aided in coordinating the improvement project, and Grove Community Improvement District… Read More >>

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