Susan B Anthony Neighborhood Association


Susan B Anthony Neighborhood Association

Location: Susan B Anthony Preservation District
Members: 12
Latest Activity: Aug 1, 2013

Events & Activities

We are looking forward to using this new forum to keep everyone informed.                         Please check back for updates.




Susan B Anthony Neighborhood Association's monthly meeting is the 1st Wed. of each month from 7pm - 8:30pm. Meeting location is 19 Madison St in the rear carriage house. Our meetings are open to the public and we include topics related to public safety, neighborhood developments and events.

Join us at this years, 

Annual Susan B Anthony Amendment Festival 

Saturday - August 18, 2012

12pm - 5pm

Susan B Anthony Museum & House & Susan B Anthony Square Park

Madison Street, Rochester, NY  



Join us in Susan B Anthony Park on Earth Day, April 22, 2012, at 9am. Donuts and Coffee will get us started on our Neighborhood Street Sweep.


Rochester Flower City Challenge Race

Coming Our Way

on April 29th

West Main thru Madison Street,

King & Silver Streets

from 7am – 9am

On April 29th get up early and join us at 7am in cheering on the

nearly 5,000 runners who will be racing through our historic neighborhood.

Dress Up, Bring your Voice & Flag !

Meet Susan B Anthony & Show Your Spirit.

Breakfast Pizza & Coffee in the park at 6:30am for all who come out and

cheer on the runners.

Streets will be closed to traffic at times beginning at 7 – 9am.






Discussion Forum

Rochester Heritage Trail - Follow the blue line back in time.

Started by John Boutet Apr 29, 2012. 0 Replies

There was a great article in the D&C about the newly completed 1.25-mile Rochester Heritage Trail that leads from the Erie Canal Second Aqueduct Bridge near the Blue Cross Arena and ends at Susan…Continue


Started by Susan B Anthony Neighborhood. Last reply by Eleanor Coleman Apr 9, 2012. 1 Reply

This discussion group will be used to keep everyone informed of the Voters Block Project.Voters Block Community includes the development of 92 units of housing consisting of new construction and …Continue

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Comment by Eleanor Coleman on December 21, 2011 at 7:03am

Would this be a place we could get updates on Voter's Walk?  I'm wondering if you could start a "discussion" so that, if we miss a meeting, we can still be "in the know!"

Comment by Susan B Anthony Neighborhood on December 20, 2011 at 4:37pm

This year has been very special for our neighborhood. We are fortunate to have so many great people and projects in the works transforming our area. Just last year we were at the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Voters Block Housing Project and by April 2012 we will be celebrating the opening of a new apartment building and cafe. A new walking path connecting Troup St playground will be done this year as well.


The rehabilitation of eight historic buildings on W Main St are also underway. Opening up apartments and commercial spaces to help us make W Main a vibrant commercial strip.

The Cunningham Carriage Factory was purchased by DePaul and with their recent state grant award they will be rehabilitating the vacant factory into affordable apartments.  


Last but not least Buckingham Properties has purchased the VOA building on Canal St to transform it into urban condo's and lofts. From shoe factory, spaghetti manufacturing, clothing warehouse and store, this new use for this spectacular building will be enjoyed by many for years to come.

The growth of our neighborhood can only enhance the mission of the neighborhood association as well as the Susan B Anthony House, Frederick Douglass Resource Center and our Freedomway Business Association.


We look forward to the year ahead. Creating everlasting friendships and a place that we can all be proud to call HOME!!


Happy Holidays to all!




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