IF YOU NEED MEDICAL CARE OR HELP IF YOU HAVE MILD SYMPTOMS Stay home! Do not expose others even if your symptoms are mild or you aren’t sure you have COVID-19! IF YOU HAVE SEVERE COVID-19 SYMPTOMS (A FEVER OVER 100˚, SHORTNESS OF BREATH, AND COUGH) CALL your health care. . .
Our West Bayfront and Erie Arts and Culture are seeking artists to create a public artwork at Pontiac Field in Bayview Park in the West Bayfront! This exciting project will involve the replacement of signage marking the history of Pontiac Field and celebrate the significance of this important community landmark.. . .
Click HERE to download the full version of our Report to the Community, highlighting what has been happening in the West Bayfront over the past 12 months. Included in this report is the improvements being made at Bayview Park, home repairs, and information on the Gridley Park Renaissance Block.
Download the full newsletter here. Art Force How will the youth of our community lead neighborhood change to create stronger West Bayfront neighborhoods? Thanks to “Art Force”, an exciting project that will engage Strong Vincent Middle School students in creative problem solving through art, we will find out this year.. . .
Download the full newsletter here. Bayview Park Splash Pad Opening On Monday, July 15th, the children of the West Bayfront were smiling and laughing as they jumped in to get wet at the brand new Bayview Park “splash pad,” the park’s newest amenity. The installation of the splash pad was. . .
With spring upon us, OWB is gearing up for another busy and exciting year. We are looking forward to expanding our favorite neighborhood events and making progress on numerous community projects. Keep reading to see what’s going on in your neighborhood, and how you can get involved! Download the full. . .
Guided by the Our West Bayfront Community Plan, Our West Bayfront is a nonprofit neighborhood organization dedicated to improving quality of life in Erie’s West Bayfront neighborhoods by promoting civic involvement, thoughtful development, historical preservation, and neighborhood pride. In 2018 dozens of community partners and hundreds of residents came together. . .