About the Association The historic Mountain View neighborhood covers the area of southwest Roanoke between Cleveland Avenue and Patterson Avenue Southwest, and between 19th Street and 10th Street Southwest, also including to the east a triangular section of housing between Patterson and Campbell Avenue Southwest. Most of the houses in this neighborhood date to the early 20th Century and this area features some of the city's finest examples of its early architecture.
Streets have large tree canopies that shade the pavement. Neighborhood amenities include Mountain View community activity center, Vic Thomas Park, easy access to the greenway, Fishburn House, grounds and rose garden, and the West End Center for Youth which offers after school programs for children from grades 1 to 12.
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The Hurt Park - Mountain View - West End Neighborhood Plan covers the area within the Mountain View Neighborhood Association's boundaries and is a component of the City's 2001-2020 Comprehensive Plan. The plan provides detailed information about the neighborhood and serves as a guide for public and private decisions regarding land use, capital improvements and other projects planned in the neighborhood.