Revitalizing an Historic Neighborhood
Where Artists Can Live/Work/Sell
Where Art, Culture, and Community Reside
EdgewoodLocated immediately west of the popular arts district in downtown Vero Beach the historic Edgewood neighborhood is being reimagined as a celebration of the arts. Edgewood, established in 1916 and the home to Vero’s first public school and first motel, is now becoming Vero’s first Art Village. Time and neglect have taken a toll on this community but a grass-roots, community-based effort is hoping to create an environment where local artists live and work.
Long-awaited plans for an art village in the downtown Edgewood neighborhood were realized with a City Council vote to create new zoning for the area.
The city of Vero Beach moved one step closer to having a Cultural Arts Village when the city council approved on April 20 an ordinance to establish the village.
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The transformation of the Edgewood neighborhood into the Vero Beach Art Village is a grass-roots community project. There is much to do and we need your help. Consider becoming a member of the Friends of the Vero Beach Art Village, serving on a committee, making a donation or volunteering for an art project in the Village.