Welcome To Ravenswood (SARNA)

Ravenswood is one of three neighborhoods that make up St. Augustine’s West City and offers a wonderful blend of residential homes and commercial districts. The St. Augustine Ravenswood Neighborhood Association (SARNA) is working to improve and integrate residential and commercial development north of W. King St.  This includes improving mobility for pedestrians, bicyclists, and automobiles; preserving and celebrating the rich history of Ravenswood and the San Sebastian area; reducing unoccupied derelict properties; and developing greenspaces for everyone to enjoy.

The location of SARNA is north of, but not including West King Street, south of and including Ravenswood Drive; east of and including North Whitney Street,(except the mobile home park at Helen Street, which is in the St. Johns County jurisdiction); west of and including the various public roads running closest to and parallel with the San Sebastian River, including Nesbit, Florida, and Nesmith, and including public roads that dead-end into the San Sebastian River, such as Gasper.

Get Up to Date News & Notes For Ravenswood (SARNA)

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Neighborhood Council’s Candidate Newsletter

September 27, 2020

Read the attached Council NEWSLETTER to get information on voting, the City Commission Candidates, as well as their answers to important questions. Due to Covid-19, The Neighborhood Council of St. Augustine will NOT be holding a Commission Candidate Forum this year. However, we still feel it is important that residents be informed of where the candidates stand on issues, so […]

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Important FDOT Hearing for SAUNA & SARNA residents

November 4, 2019

The Florida Dept of Transportation (FDOT) will hold a public hearing on Monday, November 18 at the St. Johns County Public Health Building, Muscovy Conference Room (200 San Sebastian View) to discuss proposed closure of median openings on U.S. 1 at Daniels Street, Everett Street, Grove Avenue and Rohde Avenue. FDOT is also proposing removal of on-street parking on U.S. […]

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