In order for our home to be the best it can be Sustain Ward 3 believes that we as neighbors need to cultivate Community Sustainability. A sustainable community is one that finds strength in the changes that come with time. Demographics change,
Ryan Companies finally dropped their plans for the Ford Site on Oct. 10. While we’re still waiting for some details, the plan doesn’t stray too far from the original Ford Site Zoning and Public Realm Master Plan passed by the Saint
Bicycle Safety is important to us at Sustain Ward 3 and when we hosted the Safety on Summittown hall last month, we found it was important to you too. On a busy week night, 82 community members showed up and
Sustain Ward 3 is a group of neighbors in Ward 3 who seek to build a welcoming community that emphasizes environmental, fiscal and community sustainability. These three tenets lead us to recommend the locally preferred alternative for the Riverview Corridor
Source: The Ford Site Debate is Also About Equity | streets.mn Robert WalesRob lives with his fiance in Highland Park with their two dog-sized cats. He is an avid bicyclist and musician.
What were you doing ten years ago in 2007? Were you eagerly awaiting the very first iPhone or watching the new movie Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix? I was raising a preschooler and a first grader and
An Open Letter to The Highland District Council, Ward 3 Council Member Christ Tolbert and the St. Paul City Council: Sustain Ward 3 is a local group of concerned St. Paul citizens who support the Ford Site Zoning and Public Realm
Sustain Ward 3 strongly supports the city’s current plan for the Ford Site. We believe that a strong mix of residential, retail, and small business are imperative to the continuing health of Ward 3. Click Here To Support The Current Ford Site