Keeping South Buffalo Beautiful

Ongoing Community Projects:

Please go to our Projects Page for a full list, pictures & complete details on some of the work we do throughout South Buffalo.

  • McKinley & McClellan Circles, Completed Restoration and Beautification
  • Cazenovia Shelter House Restoration, including the "Bricks in the Bowl" Garden
  • Tim Russert's Children's Garden, creation and maintenance, next to the Dudley Library (2010 South Park Avenue)
  • Installation of flower planters along the commercial business strips
  • Indian Park and Taylor Park Gardens established
  • Morgan Park Garden
  • Christmas Decorations on McKinley Parkway
  • Sponsor Mother McAuly Statue at the Mercy Center

Events from South Buffalo Alive:

For more details go to our Events Page.

  • The Annual Parade of Circles (June)
  • The Annual South Buffalo Garden Walk (July)
  • South Park Italian Festival (August)
  • Tree Lighting and Christmas in Caz Park (December)

South Buffalo Alive, established in 2000, is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life in the South Buffalo area. We are involved in the preservation and beautification of our neighborhoods, promoting special events, and recognizing the people who have made a difference to our area.

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Fundraising and Membership

Membership is our main source of revenue. The monies we receive are used to continue our mission for this community - the Parade of Circles, Garden Tour, Christmas in the Park, and the maintenance of Tim Russert's Children's Garden, Brookdale/Morgan Park and the 'Buffalo' Garden at McClellan Circle. Thank you for your help!

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Christmas in the Park

Christmas in the Park, an annual holiday tradition co-sponsored by South Buffalo Alive and the South Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, will take place on Saturday, Dec. 6, in Cazenovia Park.

This family friendly event will include carriage rides through the park, musical entertainment by Mount Mercy Academy’s Pure Magic and the South Buffalo School of Music, and the arrival of Santa Claus by firetruck! Festivities will begin at 5 p.m. at the Tosh Collins Center.

The event is geared toward children 13 and under, and attendees are asked to bring non-perishable canned food items that will be donated to the South Buffalo Community Table.

You can join South Buffalo Alive

Become part of something great! Your $10 annual September membership will help to pay for flowers, planters, benches and supplies. You can also volunteer your time to help out in the community gardens or with upcoming events. Go to the You Can Help Page for Membership Forms and more information.

 

 

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