Monticello Street Hospitality House Creates a Community Garden
On May 16th several dedicated volunteers worked through the rain to create a community garden in Homewood. Neighbors and residents worked tirelessly to create this beautiful green space for all to enjoy.
Three cheers for these hardy volunteers!
Join us for a Love Your Block Spring 2015 Project!
This season, we will complete 15 community projects taking place between April 25 and June 30! Come out and join us and Love Your Block!
The next projects will be on May 22th. We will be creating a three entrance gardens at the Hill House. All are welcome!
Check out our full schedule of project here!
Building Partnerships, Strengthening Communities
"The City departments are accessible and quick to respond to questions adn concerns. Love Your Block is a great program." - Rachel Romano, Beechview Community Garden
"They [Department of Public Works] were awesome, concerned, and dedicated to helping Troy Hill beautify the public park." - Nancy Noszka, Troy Hill Citizens
Bringing Communities Together!
"[The best part of the Love Your Block Event was] the numbers of volunteers who cared enough to come out and create a difference in our neighborhood. The sweat, laughter, hard work and getting dirty together was priceless."
Creating Community Involvement!
"With the volunteers, the transformation of the site would not occur without many hours and days of continued efforts. They arrived in numbers and helped transform the site quickly. The best part of the event day was using it to foster excitement for the future of Beechview and bringing people together.."
- Joe Wingenfeld, Beechivew Business Distric Revitalization Project
Love Your Block