Introduction to Stuart
Welcome to the historic Stuart neighborhood. One of Kalamazoo's first authentic neighborhoods, the area is notable for its physical beauty, ideal location, and diverse population. Neighborhood residents enjoy a low crime rate, a high quality of life, and an intimate environment where neighbors take care of each other. Guided by the Stuart Area Restoration Association (SARA), the neighborhood takes pride in its historical significance and well-kept properties. The area maintains its classic charm while existing within a modern society.
If you're looking for a place to live in Kalamazoo, where you can buy or rent a historic home or rent an apartment in a historic house, we hope the information on this site will help you make your decision. If you already live in the Stuart neighborhood, we will have lots of information on this site for you, from activities and events to how to maintain historic homes. And if you live nearby, we hope you'll consider joining us for our special events.
February 25: The Michigan Historic Preservation Network has announced two Preservation workshops to be held in March. One will be on Window Preservation and will be held in Kalamazoo March 26th through the 29th. More information is listed here.
February 19: Stuart Neighborhood SOUPSTRAVAGANZA! Starting 6pm at the Stuart Avenue Inn located at 229 Stuart Ave Kalamazoo there will be assorted soups, breads, beverages, light desserts.
February 17: Volunteer Kalamazoo is hosting an open house at Volunteer Kalamazoo
3901 Emerald Dr,Kalamazoo, MI 49001 from 4:00pm to 6:00pm
February 9: We have an executive director job opening. Applications are due by February 23.
February 6: You're invited to participate in a survey on Kalamazoo's transportation system. The survey is open until February 24.