The Frog Hollow Neighborhood Revitalization Zone Committee is made up of residents, property owners, business and nonprofit leaders, and government representatives who are creating a shared vision for the future of the Frog Hollow area of Hartford, Connecticut.
The committee’s primary focus is on blighted and abandoned buildings within the Frog Hollow Neighborhood Revitalization Zone and the problems these buildings cause. It is also divided into several *subcommittees* dedicated to specific issues, such as property development, community and economic development, public safety, and livability.
In corroboration with Trinity College, SINA has developed the Frog Hollow Neighborhood Revitalization Zone website.
Consider joining us at the next Frog Hollow NRZ Meeting
The Frog Hollow NRZ meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month from 5:30pm to 7:00pm.
Odd Months: The Lyceum (227 Lawerence Street).
Even Months: Trinity College Center for Urban & Global Studies (70 Vernon Street).
To get involved, please contact Adrian Texidor at firstname.lastname@example.org.