Growing a Great Neighborhood
On the blocks located along and between Hamilton Street and West William Street is a wonderful collection of houses, most of which were built between 1900 and 1950. This was a period of development when middle-class homes were built of quality construction on standard lots along straight streets and uniform blocks. Today there is a solid middle-class feel to the neighborhood that reflects a high percentage of properties which are resident-owned and proudly maintained. Public spaces are in good condition, there is an elementary school nearby, and shopping is literally a block or two away.
Neighborhood Association Leader
Neighborhood Association Meetings
Please check the calendar or contact the Geneva Neighborhood Resource Center at 315- 828-6588 or contact email@example.com
Neighborhood Strategic Plan
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of this neighborhood’s strategic plan.
Organized in 2013
2016 Block Party
Trunk sale in Washington Street Park
2013 NAP grant for a bench in Washington Street Park
Points of Interest
Washington Street Park vehicle entrance on Washington Street and walking entrance on William Street.
Little Library in Washington Street Park.
Contact City Representatives
2nd WARD Paul D’Amico