Event Photos

Amgen Tour 2008 Joint St. Rose/West End/Art Start project - Sept 2011

Monthly Archives: February 2017

Follow-up to January meeting on under-crossing encampments between St. Rose and West End neighborhoods.

Encampments - Hwy 101 Undercrossings

Description: This is a follow-up meeting to the January 4th meeting held to address concerns with the number of homeless camping under the 5th, 6th, and 9th Street freeway under crossings. It will be held Wednesday, March 1st at 6:30pm. Representatives from Catholic Charities, Redwood Gospel Mission, and St. Vincent de Paul will be attending.   All interested parties are welcome.

  • Location: 465 A Street – Catholic Charities Family Service Center
  • Date: Wed., March 1
  • Start Time: 06:30 pm
  • End Time: 08:00 pm

 

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Sign Up

Our Homes

736 Morgan Street
Built  between 1894-1903. Style: Italianate/Transitional
Originally built with one stair case on the exterior of the house going up to a 2nd floor entrance. The assumpton is that the builder being from Nova Scotia was use to building homes that had to have entrances above the snow. The staircase was removed in the 1920's and replaced with identical Greek Revival pediments when the structure became a duplex. The house was built for and occupied by the Seymour family for 81 years.
A report on the history of this house done by SSU students is available at the Library Annex.