Downtown Neighborhood Association

The Heart of Geneva

While most citizens think of the downtown as a commercial center, it has been and continues to be a residential neighborhood with significant impact on nearby neighborhoods. The City Central neighborhood contains the majority of historically important structures that catalogue the development of the city as an urban center. Investment, both public and private, has increased substantially in the central business district during the last decade. Most notable are numerous facade renovations and the relocation of the public Farmers Market to the Exchange Street parking lot.

Downtown

Neighborhood Association Leader

Fred Brockway
James Haswell

Social Media

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Neighborhood Association Meetings

Please check the calendar or contact the Geneva Neighborhood Resource Center at 315- 828-6588 or contact info@genevanrc.org

Neighborhood Strategic Plan

Downtown Strategic Plan

Neighborhood Accomplishments

Butterfly Garden (East Castle Street)

Neighborhood Map

Downtown Neighborhood Map

Points of Interest

Bicentennial Park located on Exchange Street and various downtown murals

Contact City Representatives

COUNCILORS-AT-LARGE

Gordon P. Eddington
Mark Gramling

COUNCILORS

4th WARD  Robert K. Camera
5th WARD  Jason Hagerman

MAYOR

Ron Alcock

 

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