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Stuart and Kalamazoo
Stuart and W Main

Welcome to the Historic Stuart Neighborhood

A Beautiful Place to Live, Work & Make Friends

Settled by wealthy businessmen, professionals, and craftsmen in the mid-nineteenth century, Kalamazoo's Stuart Neighborhood was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.


(Re)introducing the SARA 

Prose & Poetry Contest

What Does Stuart Mean to Me?


Share your poetry or short-form writing about the Stuart Neighborhood for a chance to be published in SARA newsletters and online. *Plus, winners across three age categories will be selected for prizes.

Stay Safe, Neighbors

SARA's focus through the current social distancing situation is to keep neighbors and our Kalamazoo community safe, healthy and connected.


Elders in Stuart — Please call if you need assistance with groceries or errands. Board members are coordinating shopping trips with helpful neighbors to keep you safe.

Need grocery help — call Staci at (269) 352-7643


The Stuart Area Restoration Association

Also known as the Stuart Neighborhood Association, SARA was founded in 1973 by local residents concerned with property issues. Forty years later, SARA continues to be the advocate for, and the voice of the neighborhood.

Information at Your Fingertips

More Resources for Residents

Essential Contacts

Frequent phone numbers in one easy place

Home Improvement Help

Maintenance standards & guidelines for homeowners

Curbside Schedules

Garbage, recycling & yard waste services at a glance

530 Douglas Avenue
Kalamazoo, MI, USA

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