NOTA Neighborhood Association

Rochester, NY Neighborhood Of The Arts Neighborhood Association
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2017 NOTA Survey!

By Neighborhood of..., Mon, 08/28/2017 - 1:35pm

Hello from your Neighborhood of the Arts Neighborhood Association!

We've put together a simple, short survey to help us learn how we can be better stewards of this place we love. And because we want to learn as much as we can, there is a survey for residents and a separate survey for visitors/non-residents too!

NOTA residents can go here: http://bit.ly/NOTAsays
Visitors can go here: http://bit.ly/VisitNOTA

We truly appreciate just a few minutes of your time to tell us what you think. Then we'll share the results and what we plan to do with our newfound knowledge!

The Neighborhood Association

The Neighborhood of the Arts Neighborhood Association plays an active part in sustaining NOTA's distinctive character. Our volunteer group of residents focuses on bringing neighbors together, and keeping the community informed and involved.

Consider us your resource for what's happening in NOTA:

We're here to help you get the best out of living in one of Rochester's most vibrant neighborhoods.


The Neighborhood

NOTA is Rochester's arts district, a diverse cultural hub that attracts creative people and ideas.

From impressive sculptures to imprinted sidewalks, quirky benches to inspired bus stops, mosaic lamp posts to pocket gardens, music to theater, literature to movies, and historic architecture to contemporary style, it's a neighborhood designed as a living art experience.


Click the map to explore.

Characterized by both art and the adaptive reuse of existing space, NOTA is home to many of the city's cultural institutions, along with a variety of unique studios, shops, restaurants, and services.

NOTA also offers a mix of housing options from modest to high-end, including single-family Victorians, mansions divided into luxury units, lofts, and modern apartment complexes.

For a detailed look at NOTA past and present, check out the City's web page dedicated to the Neighborhood of the Arts and the neighborhood profile on Celebrate City Living.  

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