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Maps serving the Near Southside Neighborhood
These maps provide needed information for residents and community organizations in the Near Southside Neighborhood of Grand Forks, North Dakota.
These maps were designed by UND Geography 471 (Cartography & Visualization) students in the Fall 2013 semester based on neighborhood needs identified by residents and community organizations during meetings throughout the semester.
To access the maps, click on the link or the smaller image of the map.
Mapping the Near Southside Neighborhood is a partnership between the UND Geography Department, the Near Southside Neighborhood (many thanks to Dave Fewster, NSS president), the UND Center for Community Engagement, and the City of Grand Forks Urban Development Department. Financial support was provided by the Center for Community Engagement.
This tri-fold brochure highlights the variety of art and culture locations throughout the city of Grand Forks.
The map was designed by UND undergraduates: Hannah Bahnmiller and Stephanie Schaub.
This double-sided 8.5 by 11 inch map highlights the historic assets in and near the North Southside Neighborhood.
The map was designed by UND undergraduates: Megan Quinlan and Robert Reinpold.
These are two separate maps, showing parking restrictions on each street and traffic control signs in the neighborhood.
The map was designed by UND Geography undergraduate Christian Sovak and UND GIS Certificate student Earl Klug.
This double-sided 8.5 by 11 inch brochure highlights the services in and near the North Southside Neighborhood.
The map was designed by UND undergraduates: Grace Oberg and Edwin Bush.
This map is a tri-fold brochure serving as a guide to local services in and near the neighborhood. It is meant to showcase the attractiveness of the neighborhood as a good place to live.
This map was designed by UND undergraduates: Joe McMenemy and Tyler Weichel.
This one sided 8.5 by 11 inch map is a tool for people with challenged mobility and parents with baby strollers. It indicates the quality of sidewalks street corner ramps for use by people using wheelchairs and strollers.
The map was designed by UND undergraduates: Kyle Economy and Matthew Feinberg.