Yosemite Street Village (YSV) Timeline of Achievements
Yosemite Street Village merchants hold first-ever Easter Egg Hunt
COVID Pandemic Hit - all planned events are on pause
First-ever Yosemite Street Village Night Market
Fourth and final community meeting takes place at the Blackwater Cafe.
The neighborhood's first
brought over 600 people into the YSV's sidewalks. The street was transformed into an arts destination full of musicians, local talent by neighborhood artists, a flower shop soft opening, and a colorful umbrella alley unveiling at the Catalyst Art & Wellness Studio.
Comstock Magazine writes an
about the historic Yosemite Meat Market's new owner and the wave of revitalization in YSV.
First trick or Treat stroll on Yosemite Street brought an estimated 200 children between 4-5pm on October 31.
Assemblywoman Susan Talamantes Eggman and Senator Cathleen Galgiani recognized YSV.
Inaugural National Night Out Block Party was a smashing success with well over 600+ in attendance.
Yosemite Street from Magnolia to Poplar Street
, along with new stripping and stop legends.
Second mural complete and named "The Beacon" by Mike & Moises.
Adopt a Flowerbed Campaign on Yosemite Street is launched.
YSV Business Watch officially formed. Jimboy Rabanal is named Business Watch Capitan.
YSV's first mural is complete and named "The Village Wings" by Arvin Delacruz.
San Joaquin Board of Supervisors recognized YSV.
YSV's first-ever neighborhood clean up.
featured an article of the clean up.
Mayor of Stockton, Michael Tubbs recognized YSV.
Community members Julie & Miguel meet at an Open Mic event at the Blackwater and then began to brainstorm fun ideas to improve Yosemite Street.
YSV's first general public meeting held at Blackwater.