Have you ever dreamed of living in a charming urban neighborhood with a relaxed pace of life? A community of one-of-a-kind homes, tree-lined streets with walkable access to the arts, culture, higher education and commercial services? There is a diverse and friendly community of hundreds of homeowners who do. They call the College Cultural Neighborhood in Flint, Michigan home, and they love where they live.
A Home for Everyone
These homes were built by Flint’s finest families and offer historical significance and architectural treasures including classic Tudor, Colonial, mid-century modern and storybook cottage. Period details and fixtures, which would be cost-prohibitive in newly constructed homes, include elaborate tile work, hardware, light and plumbing fixtures, and coved ceilings with rich wood moldings. A home in the College Cultural Neighborhood provides affordable living with unparalleled quality and character.
The neighborhood is known for its mature trees, lush landscaping, tidy yards and flower gardens. The district is pedestrian-friendly with many attractions and amenities within walking distance.
Sorry for the late notice about this but this Saturday, August 18, is our monthly CCNA gardening day in front of Family video. We garden from 9:00-10:00, then head over to Bedrock for our neighborhood coffee hour. No experience necesary and we'll supply the gardening tools if you don't have them. Attend one or both activities! ... See MoreSee Less
Flint Neighborhood Engagement Hub has Zero Turns and other larger equipment and smaller machines from brush hogs, rider mowers, push mowers, weed whips all the way down to hand tools and even a mobile...
Lear is scheduled to officially open the East Hamilton Avenue site on Saturday, Aug. 11 following a groundbreaking ceremony in October 2017 after deciding to move production from its Rochester Hills f...
Please join us on Saturday, July 28, 2018 for a Water Giveaway at The Ivy House. The distribution will begin at 10 AM until supplies run out.
We are requesting volunteers to arrive by 9 AM to assist with distributing water and filters, and directing traffic. Volunteers, please dress comfortably. Sorors, be sure to wear your AKA paraphernalia. Also, feel free to invite your friends, family, church members, etc. who would be willing to lend a hand. ... See MoreSee Less
Hey folks, this Saturday, July 21 is the CCNA gardening day. Please join other volunteers from 9:00-10:00 for deadheading, etc. the garden in front of Family Video. Afterward, we'll be headed to Bedrock for coffee (and breakfast for those hungry ones). If you can't come for gardening, that's okay, please plan to join your neighbors for coffee at 10:00. Hope to see you Saturday! ... See MoreSee Less
Great Thursday evening activity.Everyone can benefit from yoga! Join us for Yoga in Nature on 6-28-18, from 6-7pm at For-Mar Nature Preserve & Arboretum. This yoga series offers a variety of classes from slow pace yoga to help you unwind after a long day, to a heart-pumping flow to help you stay fit. Yoga mats are provided if needed and optional items include a yoga mat, block, bolster, strap or even a blanket are suggested. Will be held outdoors, weather permitting. geneseecountyparks.org/events/yoga-in-nature-4/ Suggested for ages 13 and older, of all abilities. Cost: $3 per person. Pre-registration not required. ... See MoreSee Less
FYI ...The Barrier Free Treehouse has new summer hours beginning July 1 through September 1. The new and updated days and times for the treehouse are listed below. Make sure to visit the treehouse with your family and make some nature filled memories. Be sure to use #geneseecountryparks and #parkselfie to share your pictures with us from your time in the treehouse. SUMMER HOURS; JULY 1- SEPTEMBER 1 Wednesday 12-4:30pm Thursday 12-4:30pm Friday 12-4:30pm Saturday 10am-4:30pm Sunday 12-4:30pm geneseecountyparks.org/explore/for-mar-nature-preserve-and-arboretum-and-forbes-martha-merkley-vi...... See MoreSee Less