We are dedicated to empowering residents to collaborate across neighborhoods while celebrating a shared identity and safe community.
Mid-North Quality of Life Plan
The Mid-North Quality of Life Plan was developed by approximately 492 neighborhood stakeholders and 79 organizations to establish a unified vision for six Mid-North neighborhoods – Crown Hill, Highland Vicinity, Historic Meridian Park, Historic Watson Park, Mapleton-Fall Creek, and Meridian Highland.
The plan is meant to capture the energy the Mid-North community has for making it a better place to live, learn, work, and play. It’s a living guide with key focus areas that are revisited periodically, so it consistently reflects the priorities and opportunities of our neighborhoods.
MFCDC implements the Mid-North Quality of Life Plan in cooperation with neighbors, community leaders, stakeholders, and partners.
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Central Avenue Gardens
The Central Avenue Gardens located on 30th and Central Avenue, provides a space for community members to gather, learn about urban gardening, and grow nutritious produce. All plots for the 2018 growing season have been rented, but there are many ways to be involved!
- Volunteer to help with maintenance, bush planting, etc. https://mfcdc.org/get-involved/volunteer/
- Attend garden talks to learn how to grow your own produce
- Be a part of the larger food access discussion by attending the Food Access Taskforce
- The Taskforce meets the second Monday of each month at 6pm at Tabernacle Presbyterian Church