Next neighborhood meeting: Monday, September 10

The Wooten Neighborhood Association invites you to our next meeting on Monday, September 10 at 7 pm at the Wooten Elementary School Library

All are welcome to attend – homeowners, renters, business owners, community members and potential residents. Come meet your neighbors and learn more about our community!

The agenda will include reports about neighborhood events, safety and crime, Wooten Park activities, and VOTING on WNA Officers. We usually hear from District 7 councilmember Leslie Pool or her staff, and our police District Representative, Officer Judson Chapman — along with lots of other news from neighbors.

If you would like to learn more about the roles of WNA Officers, please read the first article in our August Newsletter.

(Click here to read the minutes from the last meeting.)

Park History Updates

People shoveling and raking mulch for a young tree

We’ve recently updated the Wooten Park History page. So much has happened in the last few years: new swings and a crushed granite walking trail were added to the park, water fountains were updated, additional trees were planted, we’ve held several fundraisers and volunteer opportunities to beautify our park!

People shoveling and raking mulch for a young tree
Jeff M. and Heather H. add soil and mulch to one of Wooten Park’s new trees.

And soon construction will begin on a new shade pavilion! This pavilion couldn’t have happened without the support of our wonderful neighbors.

You can help future park projects by donating to the WNA Park Fund. We even have a few “We Love Wooten Park” yard signs still available!

Yard sign for fundraising
We Love Wooten Park yard sign