SASY Mission Statement

The mission of the Schenk-Atwood-Starkweather-Yahara Neighborhood Association, hereafter (“SASY” or “SASYNA”), is to advocate for a better community for its residents, businesses, and visitors through an open, consensual process.

SASY will accomplish this Mission by:
•    identifying neighborhood needs and priorities:
•    building trust and a spirit of community in the neighborhood and promoting neighborhood planning;
•    protecting the diverse neighborhood character;
•    partnering with neighborhood groups (business associations, non profits, other);
•    providing an organizational mechanism to address needs.

Reviewed and adopted at April 2011 Annual Membership Meeting.

SASY Neighborhood environs

Map of SASY neighborhood
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the SASY Monthly Meeting,
 2nd Thursday each month 6:30 PM @ Goodman Community Center.

SASY Highlights
Destination: Atwood - How new shop owners are remaking the eclectic avenue, by Jay Rath The Isthmus, October 6, 2014
Jackson Street Place Making Experiment
AtwoodFest 2014 a Huge Success!
Neighborhood Histories, Personal and Otherwise...
North Plat presentation by Parker Jones ~ Garver Committee
SASY Workgroups and Committees

SASY's mission statement
  ~ 'State of the Neighborhood' presentation April 2014 (PDF)
The "Willy Street Blog"
Goodman Community Center Events


Cohousing at Union Corners

Cohousing is coming to Union Corners!

Two groups have formed. You can find our info table at the various festivals around Madison this Summer. And we have planning get-togethers every 2nd Saturday.
Invite relatives, coworkers, and others who will make good neighbors!
Find "Cohousing at Union Corners Madison" on Facebook & see