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It’s not too late to register for Clean Sweep this Saturday- click the link below or just call 311. The Maplewood Clean Sweep projects are:
-Clean up the Rose Garden and trails in Maplewood/Lower Falls Parks
-Clean up LaGrange Park
-Clean up the Lake/104 area
-Clean up the Cemetery at Lake/Maplewood Drive
-Clean up LaGrange Park
-Community Garden at Flower City & Dewey
-Clean up Dewey Avenue from Driving Park to Flower City


Celebrate the 193rd Birthday of Frederick Law Olmsted with music, food and fun!

Rochester will celebrate the birthday of Frederick Law Olmsted, revered as a visionary landscape architect and designer of several of Rochester’s majestic parks on Sunday, April 26.

The Olmsted Birthday Bash on the Bridge will run from 2 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. on the pedestrian bridge between Seneca and Maplewood Parks. (Rain location: Wegman Lodge in Seneca Park).

The afternoon features refreshments, music, sidewalk-chalk drawings and a display of historic Seneca and Maplewood Park pictures from the Albert Stone collection. The event is sponsored by the Friends and Neighbors of Seneca Park, Highland Park Conservancy and The Landmark Society of Western New York with additional support from Hart’s Local Grocers.

Parking is available at Maplewood Park (off Bridgeview Dr.) on the west side of the River or in Seneca Park (near the playground) on the east side. For those wishing to travel on two wheels, a group bicycle ride will depart from the Roundhouse at Genesee Valley Park at 12:00p.m. and travel to the Birthday Bash through Highland Park and Maplewood Park before arriving at the bridge.

Rochester is just one of four cities nationwide that boasts an entire park system designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, best known for his design of New York’s Central Park. Olmsted designed Highland, Genesee Valley, and Seneca Parks for Rochester. He and the firm that continued his work after his retirement also designed several parkways and small neighborhood parks.

In 1888, Rochester’s Board of Park Commissioners selected Olmsted to design a network of parks and parkways for the city. Olmsted encouraged the Commissioners to set aside generous amounts of open space as the city’s first major public parks and proposed a system focused on the city’s great natural asset – the dramatic Genesee River in all its glorious variety.

Mary Stevenson

With great sadness we’ve heard about the passing of Mary Stevenson, the “grand dame” of Maplewood. We’ll miss you Mary! Bob Stevenson, we mourn with you.   Read More →

2015 Rose Festival Arts & Crafts Application

Do you need financial help repairing or replacing your roof, gutters or downspouts? The City has a new program that may be able to help you!  There is a special portion of the grants set aside for senior citizen homeowners, and another portion is set aside for northwest quadrant homes.


The MNA is conducting its annual membership drive. Renewal forms were recently mailed. We ask you return them by Wednesday February 4, 2015 either by mail to 411 Seneca Parkway, Rochester, NY 14613, or at the town hall meeting that evening. We also encourage you to reach out to your friends and neighbors to encourage them to support our endeavors. If you have any further questions, please contact Enrica Fleming, Chair of the Membership Committee at 458-3460 or by email at info@maplewood.org.  A membership form can be downloaded at the following link: Membership Form.

The MNA is also looking for participation on the Board of Directors and various committees. Without your involvement several committees, as well as future initiatives and projects, will be in jeopardy. If you would like more information regarding serving as a director or on a committee please contact Bill Collins, President of MNA, at 458-3460 or president@maplewood.org.

If you or someone you know needs medical care, here’s a schedule for the FREE clinic the U of R holds in Maplewood: Health&WellnessSt.Luke

If you know someone who needs food or can’t afford presents for their children this holiday season, attached is a list of organizations who can help with that.

Volunteer and donation opportunities are also listed!

Holiday Charity Info

Along with the gift-giving and traveling of the holidays comes some extra risks. The Rochester Police department have published some guidelines on how to avoid those risks: Holiday Tips from the RPD

The RPD has distributed a list of serious crimes committed in the northwest for October.   It is grouped by “PSA”, which is a geographic division of the City that RPD uses.  Maplewood is partially in PSA 43 and 44.  Click here for October 2014 Crime Stats