Federation Update

At the Federation’s Dec. 10 meeting, the Board approved supporting a request for a variance at 178 Goodrich for a new garage....

Council Perspectives: It’s been a busy year

It’s been a busy year indeed. We’ve worked hard to make neighborhoods safer by reducing speed limits on Cesar Chavez and Wabasha and installing pedestrian safety infrastructure on West Seventh St. and Grand Ave.

Community Conversation on Transit

by Kent Petterson, Becky Yust Transit improvements are important for our community. The Boards of the Fort Road Federation...

Take part in Christmas bird count

The beautiful rustic redwood shingles are finally laid to rest on my roof. The giant blue tarps are gone, as well as...

Homeless Services: What is Available?

Our homeless neighbors are particularly vulnerable this time of year. What can you do if you see a neighbor panhandling on the street,...

Brake Bread’s Share the Loaf

Share The Loaf is a way for Brake Bread to be a community conduit for neighbors to give and receive bread freely and joyfully with no strings attached.

Planning in the Air, Everywhere

The Fort Road Federation’s (FRF) board of directors is developing two documents that will inform and guide how we can help achieve...

Transit news: What does an improved West Seventh mean to you?

On January 30 of the New Year an open meeting to help guide our neighborhood future will be convened by the Federation and the West 7th Business Association. Save the date and be ready to bring your thoughts and ideas.