New Chauncey

Residents maintain daylily beds throughout the neighborhood, a way of showing the welcoming feeling we extend to families and university students.
 

Highlights

  • Historic village charm
  • North Chauncey area
  • 600 homes in a mix styles, built between 1900's and 1940's
  • Listed on National Registry of Historic Places
  • Home to Paula Woods Park, Lincoln Park, West Lafayette Municipal Pool, West Lafayette Public Library, Morton Community Center and Village Shopping District
  • Walking distance to Happy Hollow Elementary School, West Lafayette Junior /Senior High School and Purdue University

 Activities

  • Boiler Blast (April)
  • Halloween Parade (October)
  • Annual Soup & Dance (January)
  • Annual Bake and Garage Sale (August)
  • Student Meet and Greet (August)
  • Welcome Back Picnic (September)
  • Ongoing work to preserve the neighborhood's historic legacy

Contact

Zachary Baiel
 

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  • Beautification Award Winner 8-2011
    West Lafayette Beautification Award August, 2011 The "On Our Knees" Ministry Covenant Presbyterian Church The eleven acre campus surrounding Covenant Presbyterian Church provides a rich opportunity for the members of the church to beautify their sur...
  • Beautification Award Winner 9-2011
    The winners of the September 2011 West Lafayette are neighbors Dick and Helen Arnold and Bob and Elizabeth Beck. The Arnolds live at 1145 Glenway; their shady garden features rhododendrons, azaleas and hostas. The large trees were an important featu...
  • Beautification Award Winner 7-2011
    Don & Karen Franzmeier moved to 1535 Summit Drive seven years ago. Their new garden had lovely old trees, lots of deep shade and numerous bush honeysuckles. Many hours were spent digging out the invasive honeysuckle. After that dig they added light ...
  • Beautification Award Winner 6-2011
    Beautification Award Winner 6-2011

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