Despite the continuing disruptions caused by COVID-19, we're seeing many positive developments in the North Loop. Here are a few things happening in the coming days.
We've added another pop-up neighborhood cleaning for Saturday. All who join us outside Corner Coffee at 9:00 AM will get a $5 gift card plus bags and gloves.
On Saturdays 10a-noon and Wednesdays 4-6p in May, volunteers are needed to clear invasive vines along the river in James I Rice Park. Tools and gloves provided.
In the coming week, we expect our new North Loop sculpture to arrive along Washington Avenue at the 394 interchange. This video is an interview with the sculptor from a few months ago.
We have about 170 new trees in the North Loop that need to be watered. (And dog owners: please steer your pets away from them). To learn about our Adopt A Tree watering program, click here.
Thanks to all who kept the pressure on the city, we now have new stop signs on 2nd St at 5th Ave. More "traffic calming" measures are also under consideration according to our city council representative, Steve Fletcher.