Date: 10/23/14, 6pm
Location: Wells Fargo Community Center, 1601 N. Main Street
The purpose of the meeting was to present news to the community, share a Year-in-Review, and elect new Board of Directors members. Representatives from the Jessie B Dupont Fund, City of Jacksonville's Department of Public Works, and Forge 3D were on hand to talk with the group about projects impacting the neighborhood.Read more
Location: Paul Davis Restoration Warehouse (2111 N. Liberty Street)
The purpose of this meeting was to highlight some of the exciting new projects developing in the community now. Representatives from The ARTery, Springfield Yoga Collaborative, and Jacksonville Speech & Hearing Center were on hand to talk about their projects, as well as small (but crowd pleasing) plug for a new annual event: Jacksonville Porch Fest.Read more
Date: Thursday, 4/03/2014
Location: Springfield Improvement Association and Archives's Woman's Club building (210 W. 7th Street)
The purpose of this meeting was to allow Ability Housing and Springfield residents & stakeholders to communicate each other directly, after it was revealed that Ability Housing had been working for months to open a new homeless program in the Springfield historic district.Read more
Date: March 6th, 2014
Location: 210 W. 7th Street, Springfield Womans Club building
Jacksonville Electrical Authority (JEA) conducted a public Q&A meeting and presentation about their new and improved tree care standards for protecting mature tree canopies in Jacksonville historic districts.
Springfield Preservation & Revitalization (SPAR) represents one of two Historic Districts in the City of Jacksonville that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places and that have local protections through Chapter 307, the Historic Preservation and Protection Ordinance Code. The City of Jacksonville protects not only the historic buildings within these two nationally recognized historic districts, but also protects many historic features, such as sidewalks, alleys, curbs, and yes, even trees. Our historic tree canopy is one of the major elements that attract people to our neighborhood and it also increases our property values.
Location: Wells Fargo Community Learning Center at E. 6th & Main Street
The purpose of this meeting was to learn about the 8th Street multi-family project being developed by Operation New Hope, the federal grant recently awarded to help improve the Hogans Creek park system, and elect new members to the Board of Directors.Read more
Location: The Springfield Improvement Association & Archives (210 W. 7th Street)
Mayor Alvin Brown and 20 City of Jacksonville department representatives attended the community meeting to share plans for the Hogans Creek park system and address questions and concerns from residents about a variety of other community issues.Read more
Date: March 14th, 2013
Location: Paul Davis Restoration warehouse, 2111 N. Liberty Street.
The purpose of the this meeting was to briefly discuss the outcome of the 2012 EPIC meetings, including proposed goals and ideas from the Quality of Life Plan, which could affect our neighborhood. Over 60 people attended the Community Meeting to brainstorm and prioritize potential projects suitable for completing the grant application process defined by LISC and Operation New Hope.