Location: W Murdock Ave (both sides) from Algoma Blvd to Vinland St; Algoma Blvd (both sides) from W Murdock Ave to W Packer Ave (including the only residential property on the west side of Algoma Blvd/slightly northwest of Murdock Ave); all properties north of W Packer Ave on Clover St, Hamilton St and Minerva St; W Packer Ave (south side) between Algoma Blvd and Vinland St; Vinland St (both sides) from Park Ridge Ave to W Murdock Ave (map)
Middle Village Neighborhood Association
Location: N Main St to Jackson St and E Irving Ave to Church Ave (map)
Mission Statement: The purpose of the Middle Village Neighborhood Association (MVNA) is to gather and organize residents for community-building centered around issues relative to MVNA. The organization seeks to privide a unified voice in communication with local government and civic groups. We strive to respectfully collaborate and empower measurable neighborhood improvement in order to deliver a thriving area in which to live play and work.
Millers Bay Neighborhood Association
Location: Hazel St (east side) from E New York Ave to Murdock Ave; Murdock Ave (south side) to Lake Winnebago; Menominee Dr (both sides) to E New York Ave; E New York Ave from Fairview St to Hazel St (map).
Mission Statement: Miller's Bay Neighborhood Association is a group of neighbors dedicated to preserving uniqueness and creating a future by building relationships, improving the neighborhood and establishing an organized, unified voice regarding community interests.
The first organizational meeting was held May 1, 2012.
Stevens Park Neighborhood Association
Location: Ave (south side) to Fox River and Bowen St (east side) to Lake Winnebago (map)
More neighborhood associations forming….
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Growing Seeds of Change Community Garden.
Location: 600 block of Jefferson St.
The GSCCG neighborhood group has established an urban community garden in downtown Oshkosh which is now open for public use. Three vacant city lots have been re-purposed for the garden group's interim use.
Mission Statement: GSCCG's mission is to provide a place for Oshkosh residents to meet and share common interests in gardening and provide healthy food for their family and friends. It also provides community members of all ages and abilities an accessible place to garden and build friendships.
Free plots are available for Oshkosh residents to grow fresh produce in an urban setting. "Giving Gardens" are available for volunteers to work in and donate produce to local pantries.
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