Come out and meet your neighbors at our next neighborhood community meeting!
At this meeting, we'll be providing an informational update on our
Safety Committee's Walkability Plan and accepting in-person* nominations
for SOSNA's Board of Directors. It's a great opportunity to meet other
SOSNA volunteers and learn about our organization if you're new to the
neighborhood and looking to get involved!
Food will be provided.
The SOSNA Safety Committee's Walkability Plan goal is:
a safer and more pleasant pedestrian environment, to educate citizens
about healthy streetscape design, and to create city-wide awareness of
innovative traffic calming that includes pedestrian and bicycle safety
To identify ways to improve conditions for neighbors, pedestrians, and
bikers that bring vitality to the South of South neighborhood.
To create safe pathways to the schools through a combination of education and roadway design.
With this first phase of the project, the SOSNA’s Safety Committee aims to
create safer routes to school through traffic calming measures at the
intersections of 20th & Catharine Street and 17th & Montrose
Street. Traffic calming measures have been found to slow
traffic through various solutions, such as using street design changes
to make conditions safer for all road users. For instance, improving the
visibility of and for pedestrians at crosswalks, improving neighborhood
appearance with landscaping, and enhancing the park gateways through
Support SOSNA's programming and projects throughout the neighborhood. Between
our rich, diverse history and bright, promising future, there’s a lot
to celebrate in the South of South neighborhood. SOSNA is committed to
strengthening our community, through a variety of initiatives and