The Summit Avenue Residential Preservation Association (SARPA) is dedicated to the preservation of Saint Paul’s historic Summit Avenue as a residential neighborhood. SARPA was commissioned in 1986 by Mayor George Latimer and the St. Paul City Council to preserve the residential quality of Summit Avenue for future generations.
SARPA generally meets on the first Monday of each month. SARPA also hosts an annual meeting, and a variety of events that involve tours, outings or guest speakers.
Join SARPA and be a part of preserving the historic, residential and urban park character of Summit Avenue. Each person who owns a property, or lives on Summit (or who is otherwise interested!) may be a voting member of SARPA. Membership is $30 per household.
Print this page and send with your check for $30 to:
P.O. Box 40351
Saint Paul, MN 55104
EMAIL ADDRESS __________________________________________
The SARPA newsletter, Preservation Press, is issued periodically.
SARPA currently is a 501(c)4 non-profit organization. Tax-deductible donations may be made to SARPA through our fiscal agent, Historic St Paul.
For frequently updated information about Summit and SARPA happenings, check out our blog and our Facebook page.