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Update: Street Sweeping In Cherokee Triangle Extended to Week of Nov. 19th

Street sweeping for the Cherokee Triangle area is extended to the week of  Nov. 19th. If you park on the street, watch for NO PARKING signs that will be posted by 5 PM the day before sweeping on your street.  No parking from 7 AM to 5 PM.  Signs may be posted on only one […]

Street Sweeping In Cherokee Triangle This Week

Street sweeping is scheduled for the Cherokee Triangle area the week of Nov. 12th. If you park on the street, watch for NO PARKING signs that will be posted by 5 PM the day before sweeping on your street. Be prepared to find alternative parking.  Vehicles parked in the NO PARKING area may be ticketed […]

Trick or Treat on Oct. 30th in the Cherokee Triangle, due to weather forecasts

Because of forecasts for inclement weather/rain on Wednesday afternoon and evening, The Cherokee Triangle Association is recommending that the Cherokee Triangle neighborhood’s residents conduct Halloween Trick or Treating on Tuesday, October 30th instead.  So turn on your lights, get your treats ready, and get your kids ready to trick or treat on Tuesday late afternoon/evening. […]

October 29th 9 AM to 9 PM Cherokee Park Scenic Loop Closed to Auto Traffic

The Cherokee Park Scenic Loop and access points to it will be closed to vehicle traffic On Monday Oct. 29th from 9 AM to 9 PM in connection with Olmsted Parks Conservancy activities.  See our previous website post for more information on the road closing and Baringer Hill Hayrides. The Cherokee Park Golf Course will […]

October 29th 4:30 to 6:30 PM Hayrides in Cherokee Park by the Olmsted Parks Conservancy

Enjoy the Scenic Loop car-free and Hayride on the Hill in Cherokee Park October 29 A new fall tradition will begin on Monday, October 29, as area residents will be able to enjoy use of the Scenic Loop in Cherokee Park car-free and also attend the first-ever  Hayride on the Hill, located at Baringer Hill […]

Second Notice for Tree Planting Program. Do you have a spot on your property for a tree?

The Cherokee Triangle Association will plant more trees in the neighborhood this Fall.  Homeowners call today!  Help restore our tree canopy.  Trees can go anywhere on your property – in your yard, or along the street.  Trees planted along the street not only add to the tree canopy but enhance the urban streetscape. We will […]

Oct. 20th and 21st Weekend Events and Street Closures

October 20th Urban Bourbon Half Marathon.  Streets closed 6 AM to 2 PM, No Parking Friday Midnight to 2 PM This half marathon starts and finishes outside City Hall downtown, runs through Waterfront Park, Nulu, Lexington Road to Cherokee Park, through the Park and back downtown.  The runners start at 8 AM, and are expected […]

CANCELLED! CTA Family Festival Cancelled Because of Today’s Weather

Today’s Cherokee Triangle Family Festival has been CANCELLED because of the adverse weather and the extremely wet conditions in Willow Park.   We are extremely sorry to have to cancel the event. But the safety and comfort of children and adults is our paramount concern; the weather forecast for the remainder of today does not […]

Include the Cherokee Triangle Association’s Fall Family Festival in your weekend plans!

Don’t forget this coming Sunday afternoon’s Cherokee Triangle Family Festival at Willow Park. Sunday October 14th, 1 to 5 PM, rain or shine.  Free and open to the public – all are welcome so invite your relatives, friends and neighbors to join you. Kids will enjoy inflatable bouncies and crafts.  Plus food, beverages (including coffee […]

Plant a tree! Do you have a spot anywhere on your property for a tree?

The Cherokee Triangle Association will plant more trees in the neighborhood this Fall.  We are looking for homeowners who want to help restore our tree canopy.  Trees can go anywhere on your property – in your yard, or in the planting strip along the street.  Of course, trees planted along the street not only add […]