West Side Equitable Development Scorecard is a community created document which outlines our neighborhood's priorities, goals, and values. The community will use this document to score proposed developments on the West Side, ensuring that they align with community goals. Which are: affordable housing, local jobs, and a healthy, safe, and equitable neighborhood. West Side values and priorities are reflected in this community-created document.
Renter Organizing At WSCO, we are listening to the issues affecting renters in our neighborhoods.
Our Streets, Our Stories is an initiative of commercial corridor branding for four streets on the West Side: Cesar Chavez, Robert, Stryker and Smith. This aims to created a sense of place and community with direction being led by residents of the West Side.
District del Sol Business Improvement Grants - Applications Due March 29th, 2019
The District del Sol Business Improvement Fund is to provide businesses in the West Side’s District del Sol area with funds for permanent building or site projects that improve customer experience, that contribute to the aesthetic quality of the district, and that strengthen the businesses now serving the community.
Indigenous Women & Women of Color (IWWOC) Table is a WSCO initiative to provide the necessary tools of leadership support, strengthening, and training for IWWOC . WSCO is creating a sacred space of ritual for the systemic advancement of IWWOC. This is not only space for leadership development on the West Side, City of St. Paul, and the region, it’s also a space where we actively demolish the dominant narrative and replace it with our lived truths and realities of West Side IWWOC. WSCO will host monthly dinners to build connection, community and the culture of a collective, and provide trainings in leadership development. All gatherings will center around healing justice and be trauma informed.
West Side Voices: Food and Forum - Second Tuesday each month from 6pm - 8pm at the Baker Center (209 Page St W)
Join us for the West Side Community Organization's monthly "West Side Voices: Food & Forum." Get involved and learn about happenings on the West Side including neighborhood issues. Be a part of building and carrying out solutions to benefit our neighborhoods.
- WSCO Board Meetings - Fourth Monday of each month from 6:30pm to 8pm at the Baker Center (209 Page St W)