Revitalizing Southeast York

23 December 2009

Vista Volunteer Matt Bechtel presents findings from 2009 Neighborhood Survey.

VISTA Volunteer Matt Bechtel presents findings from 2009 Neighborhood Survey, an effort of the Community Development program sponsored by the Wachovia Regional Foundation.

The Crispus Attucks Community Development program is committed to the revitalization of southeast York City as a place to live, work and play. Through collaborative site design, property acquisition, fundraising, and site restoration, the program has developed a southern gateway to the city center at Boundary Avenue. The latest projects have also included sustainability features like geothermal heating and cooling in the new Early Learning Center and LEED Green building certification of the Greenway Tech Centre. 

Long term neighborhood stability does not rest solely on home ownership. Neighborhoods are more than simply a collection of houses – they are places where people live.  At their best, neighborhoods meet most of the daily needs of their residents. 

Southeast Cares Neighborhood Steering Committee 

Members of Southeast Cares, the Neighborhood Steering Committee for Southeast York, work to improve the neighborhood. They meet on the second Thursday of each month.  Please contact Danyielle Newman at South George Street Community Resource Center, phone number 843-0238, if you have interest in joining the committee.

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