The Wellington Heights Neighborhood Engagement Program seeks to work together as a community to promote the peace and flourishing of the Wellington Heights neighborhood. This program is funded by the Safe, Equitable, and Thriving grant of the Greater Cedar Rapids Community Foundation in partnership with Wellington Heights Community Church.
The intention of this program is to provide street outreach and engage families in the Wellington Heights neighborhood with neighborhood listening sessions, porch check-ins with designated families, and peace walks.
Program the Park Committee is dedicated to leveraging innovative programming and the arts in Redmond Park to improve the safety, livability, and potential of the Wellington Heights neighborhood.
Our Program the Park effort will feature free public events and activities from Spring-Fall meant to bring vibrancy to the park while promoting health, wellness, and the arts.
We work to enhance the park experience by focusing on small-scale amenities and improvements to create large-scale wins.
We promote stewardship of the park through litter collection, tree planting, and gardening events.
Empowering participation, investment, and promotion for improving the beauty of Wellington Heights. Tidy lawns to laughter elevate happiness. Encourage our growth as a budding hub of Linn County.
The purpose of this committee is to support community gardens and other landscapes of the neighborhood in conjunction with neighbors and partnering organizations. This in turn attracts more business and interest in our neighborhood within Cedar Rapids for decades to come.
Updates post monthly to the blog here. For inquiries to support via volunteer, donate funds, produce, materials, or interviews please reach out to Kim Phillips.
The purpose of this committee is to work together assisting the treasurer with duties outlined in Wellington Heights Association bylaws per Section 4.05 D. For inquiries contact the treasure Dan Borngraeber.
The purpose of this committee is to work with the city of Cedar Rapids to locate and resolve nuisance ordinance issues within the Wellington Heights neighborhood. For inquiries contact, the president Eric Gutschmidt.
The purpose of this committee is to work toward 'shaping the future for' property owners and renters within the Wellington Heights neighborhood. For inquiries contact, the president Eric Gutschmidt.
You must be a landlord within the community of Wellington Heights to be on this committee.
For more information on becoming a landlord click Landlords of Linn County