19th Ward Community Association

Mission

To improve the quality of life for all 19th Ward residents by building community among neighbors, institutions and businesses, and provide support for passionate, like-minded individuals to collaborate on events and programming. With a belief that differences should be celebrated and all people deserve affordable housing, good schools, equitable access to services, and public safety, we advocate for our neighborhood with schools, institutions, the business community, and local government.


Check out photos from Square Fair 2023


CONTACT

(585) 328-6571

19thWard@19wca.org

HOURS

Tuesday – Friday

9:30-2:30


Membership

Updates

Update 19 – May 2024

What wonderful weather we are enjoying this month. On May 4th, thousands turned up for our City of Rochester Clean Sweep. We had 7 clean sweep teams in our neighborhood – it was a fun day as you can see from the smiles! Tomorrow (Saturday May 11th) the Arnett Block Club, R Community Bikes and His Branches will be co-sponsoring a free Fix Your Bike […]

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Update 19 – April 2024

Happy Spring! King and I are hoping that this beautiful sunny weather is here to stay… On March 23rd, from 12:30pm-2:30pm the 19WCA, in collaboration with University of Rochester Residential Life & Housing Services students, hosted our annual Family Skating Party at the Genesee Valley Sports Complex. We had a great turnout meeting up with old friends and making new ones – a good time […]

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Update 19 – March 2024

Presidents Message Happy March! King and I have enjoyed our walks with March’s fluctuating weather – Spring is coming soon! March 23rd, from 12:30pm-2:30pm the 19WCA, in collaboration with University of Rochester Residential Life & Housing Services students, will be hosting our annual Family Skating Party at the Genesee Valley Sports Complex. Family and friends can enjoy this FREE event that includes free skate rental […]

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Update 19 – February 2024

Presidents Message Americans have played a central role in shaping US History. From slavery and its eradication to the great migration, the civil rights movement, military, science, cultural and political achievements. Let’s back track for a minute with a little history lesson: Carter G. Woodson and the prominent minister Jesse E. Moorland founded the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History (ASNLH), an […]

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