News and Upcoming
Broadway Tree Planting Program
planting a tree in your boulevard. The
Broadway Association has a special program to assist
with the costs! Just
CLICK HERE to learn more!
Great Renovation Resource
Don't forget about the
newest resource for your renovation questions -
Rock Island Preservation Commission and City of Rock
Island, in partnership with the non-profit Rock
Island Preservation Society, have established a new
website, designed to promote neighborhood
revitalization and the restoration of historic
building stock in the Quad Cities by informing,
educating, inspiring and supporting property owners
with appropriate maintenance and rehabilitation
More Recognition for Broadway
recently named the Broadway Historic District one of
the State's top 40 success stories from the last 40
years. To see who else made the list,
CLICK HERE! Give yourselves a hand
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Broadway Board Meeting
Thursday, JUNE 19TH
Meetings are on the third Thursday of every month.
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The Annual Wine Walk is Here!
Click on the image above to view this year's flyer with details on
this year's event.
Take a Step Back in
Broadway Historic District is a 19th century neighborhood in the
heart of Rock Island, Illinois. This revitalized residential area is
known for its vintage homes, exciting preservation efforts, and
front porch socializing.
The neighborhood is
located near Rock Island’s thriving arts-and-entertainment district
and Mississippi River. Residents and visitors enjoy close proximity
to parks, bike paths, schools, and shopping.
area has earned a reputation for its architecture and neighborhood
events. It was awarded the status of National Historic District in
1998 and has been recognized in Midwest Living and This
magazines. Hundreds of people attend the neighborhood’s annual Tour
of Homes, where beautifully restored Victorian era homes are open to
Come learn more about the history of
Rock Island and the Broadway District, and what makes this such a
great place to live.
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