23rd Avenue Action Plan
We have moved into the 23rd Avenue Action Plan project's implementation phase with strong support from the 23rd Ave Advisory Core Team (ACT), neighborhood action teams, and other community members. Highlights of this phase include the following:
What better way to learn about our work than with a block party! On September 27 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., the corner of 23rd and Cherry will be transformed into a block party that is open and free to everyone. You won't want to miss out on a great time with your neighbors while enjoying live music, food trucks, art, and kid’s activities such as bouncy houses, face painting, and sidewalk chalk art.
Besides being a good time, this block party is an opportunity for the Central Area community to learn about and provide feedback on the 23rd Ave Action Plan and the urban design and rezone plans. You can meet our ACT members who helped shape these plans, and get the most current update on the 23rd Ave corridor improvement.
Take a look at our Central Area Block Party poster and then spread the word about this fun event.
The purpose of this project is to establish a city-community collaboration that creates a shared vision and action plan to improve the health and equity of three Central Area community cores: 23rd Avenue and E. Union Street, 23rd Avenue and E. Cherry Street and 23rd Avenue and S. Jackson Street.
Our project will focus on these community cores to: