Wednesday, February 27, 2019

It's a busy March 4th SNA Meeting @ Warner Park!

Sherman Neighborhood Association
March 4, 2019
6:30 PM
Warner Park Community Recreation Center

Welcome & Introductions

New Business
Guest: Dave Meyer, Brentwood Neighborhood Association, NA collaboration
Guest: Donald Sands, Busse’s & Zippy Lube Progress
Guest: Heidi Olson-Streed, ARCW: Opioid Abuse and Narcan
Sherman crime group report (Dolores/Lynette/Becky)
Guest: City of Madison Planning & Transportation, Oscar Mayer bus garage

Reports & Updates
Minutes (Carolyn)
Treasurer’s Report (Michelle)

Communications Workgroup (Lesleigh & Carolyn)
Development Workgroup (Renee & Justin)
Alder's Update (Larry)
County Supervisor's Update (Paul)
Northside Planning Council Update (Renee)

Links to Resources and References

Announcements


Next Meeting: Monday, May 6 @ 6:30 PM, Warner Park Community Center

Saturday, February 2, 2019

Northside Mayoral Candidates' Forum: Wednesday, February 6!

Join the Northside Planning Council on Wednesday, February 6, and decide who you'll vote for in the mayoral primaries!

Wednesday, February 6, 2019
6 PM: Candidate Meet & Greet
6:30 PM: Forum
Warner Park Community Recreation Center

We look forward to seeing you there!

Sunday, January 13, 2019

Sherman Neighbor Survey Results

The Sherman Neighborhood Association fielded a survey throughout the month of December to get feedback on how we are doing as an association, and what our neighbors most want to talk about.

The survey had 47 respondents when it closed on December 29, with the largest numbers of participants coming from Huxley, Kropf, and Schimgen Aves.

When asked for favorite things about living in Sherman, many people listed the diversity of our neighborhood, as well as the number of families and the friendly neighbors. We identify as being close to downtown, but still keeping a down-to-earth, homey vibe. The nearby parks and greenspace are definitely seen as an asset. Sherman Neighbors also LOVE their dogs, and for the most part their neighbors' dogs too. We also identify as walkable and bikeable, and the Northside Farmer's Market is a staple for many people.

Of four areas offered, Saftey and Crime topped neighbors' lists of topics they are most interested in tracking. Neighbors are equally interested in the development potential our neighborhood has, as well as in finding more opportunities for community social events. Sherman Neighborhood will do our best to promote information sharing and activities related to these areas in the weeks and months to come.

Thanks to all who took the time to participate in our survey! If you'd like to view and interactive dashboard of the results, click here.