Aldi Update, 4/29/16: The project will move forward. The State Supreme Court ruled in favor of the City on the pending appeal filed by some of the neighbors, according to Zina Lagonegro, Director of Planning and Zoning.
The North Winton Village Association (NWVA) is a group of volunteer neighborhood residents and merchants in the North Winton Road area of Rochester, New York working together to make our neighborhood a wonderful place to live, shop, and do business.
MISSION AND VISION
The purpose and mission of North Winton Village Association is to promote, organize and conduct preservation, beautification, cultural, and educational activities intended to improve the character and quality of the North Winton Village Neighborhood, located east of Culver Road, north of University Avenue and south of Empire Blvd.
Since early 1995 when the Association was formed, the NWVA has worked tirelessly to keep crime and drugs away from the area, to beautify the neighborhood, and to keep intact the charm of the “village” with the character of the early 20th century and the amenities of the 21st century.
The NWVA partners closely with the City of Rochester Police Department (RPD), city Code Enforcement, economic development, various organizations, local schools, and elected officials, as well as its citizens and businesses. Currently this part of the city of Rochester has the lowest rate of crime, due in large part to the diligence of the NWVA.
The NWVA is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization.