Chatham Square Neighborhood

A Diverse Fair Haven Community with Historic Homes and a Beautiful Waterfront

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Who We are & What We do

 

 The Chatham Square Neighborhood Association (CSNA) takes its name from the beautiful park located just blocks away from the scenic Quinnipiac River in the historic Fair Haven section of New Haven, CT. We are an all-volunteer group of residents and business people creating and sustaining community and pride in our neighborhood. Made up of residents of all ages, races, and ethnicities CSNA covers the area of Fair Haven bordered by Grand Avenue, Ferry Street, Middletown Avenue, and Front Street. Over time, our volunteers have also come from other areas of Fair Haven and adjacent neighborhoods.

     We work together to enrich the neighborhood by offering activities for children, organizing social gatherings, supporting local businesses and addressing community concerns. You can join us by attending any of the events listed below. You are also welcome to sign up to get notices of upcoming activities, just register on this website. If you have questions you can reach us at: ChathamSquareNeighborhood at gmail.com or at (203) 936-9459.

Planned Events & Activities for 2015

Recognition of our work

Quinnipiac River Historic District

- Neighborhood Traffic Study

Read more about our Neighborhood

We meet at the Mary Wade Home the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6pm.

Join us. Click here for the 2015 list of meeting dates and facilitators.

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Latest Activity

Carlos Galo's blog post was featured
Jul 26
Beth's event was featured
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Fair Haven Farmers Market at Quinnipiac River Park

July 30, 2015 at 3pm to October 29, 2015 at 6pm
Jul 26
Thomas Burwell's event was featured
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"I Love New Haven" photography by the river at Quinnipiac River Park

July 30, 2015 from 5:30pm to 7pm
Jul 26
Christel Manning's event was featured

Community Dining Out Night--Special event at Grand Vin

July 29, 2015 from 6pm to 8pm
Jul 26
Nathalie Bonafe posted videos
Jul 23
Nathalie Bonafe's blog post was featured
Jul 23
Thomas Burwell's event was featured
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2nd annual Picnic in the Park at Quinnipiac River Park

August 6, 2015 from 5pm to 8pm
Jul 21
Christel Manning updated an event

Community Dining Out Night--Special event at Grand Vin

July 29, 2015 from 6pm to 8pm
Jul 21
 

Free Books for Kids of all Ages...

You can browse, take or leave books. at 29 Clinton Avenue,

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Blog Posts

CSNA meeting minutes (July)

Posted by Nathalie Bonafe on July 17, 2015 at 4:49pm 0 Comments

 

 

AGENDA

July 15, 2015 ~ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

The Mary Wade Home

 

  • Welcome & Introductions: Susan H, John D, Diane P, Nathalie B, Santiago BB, Mark D, Sally E, Marian H, Tim B, Robert R. Rich P, Brenda B, Christel M, Lee C, Darcia S, John Pescatore from Canal Dock Bouthouse, Inc, Chris B.

 

  • CARE: Yale School Public Health Report – Alycia
    • Urban Walking Trail: update: round marker in process.
    • Other CARE activities: NA

Interested in working with CARE? Contact: Alycia Santilli (203-785-7651)

 

  • Economic & Community Development Christel\Diane\Nathalie\Lee
    • Rowing instruction comes to Quinnipiac Marina: John Pescatore from Canal Dock Bouthouse, Inc. has signed a lease with Lisa Fitch at the QR Marina. Boating, rowing.…
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The New Haven Land Trust is looking for a new operations manager

Posted by Lee Cruz on July 17, 2015 at 11:19am 0 Comments

Position Description: Operations Manager, New Haven Land Trust

 

Our Mission

The New Haven Land Trust promotes the appreciation and preservation of natural resources in New Haven for the benefit and education of the community. We do this through land conservation, community gardening, and environmental education.

 

Our Culture

The Land Trust is a rapidly growing non-profit with a strong, community-focused mission.  We harness the strengths of community members, volunteers, employees and our other organizational partnerships in a positive, yet dedicated way.  The Land Trust’s approach is one of “can do”, where staff and volunteers are encouraged to be persistent, think outside of the box to confront challenges, and take ownership over the organization’s ongoing projects and mission.  If you are someone who doesn’t give up after hearing “no”, who puts all your energy and passion into the projects you implement, and…

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Curb Unnecessary and Excessive Tree Trimming by Utility Companies

Posted by Lee Cruz on July 8, 2015 at 3:50pm 0 Comments

Connecticut Fund for the Environment's campaign to curb unnecessary and excessive tree trimming by Connecticut's utility companies is gaining momentum! The coalition to protect our local communities from ugly and environmentally devastating trimming practices is growing daily. But the threats to trees are growing too.

 

This week, we heard about aggressive tree destruction in Weston, and we're monitoring a council hearing in Ledyard. As we share our conservation plans and strategies with new audiences, we have been learning of more and more …

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Waterfront Living

Made in Fair Haven

Grand Apizza Restaurant

60th Anniversary!  

111 Grand Avenue

203.624.7646 or

203.624.9320

118 Clinton Avenue

203.562.7222

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