The 2015 Festival will be on Sunday, May 17 from 11am to 5pm at Linden Hills Park!
Find all the info on our Festival page.
The annual neighborhood garage sales will take place on Saturday, May 16. Register your sale here. It’s a great way to have fun in the neighborhood and find a new home for your unwanted items. The fee is $10, which includes a lawn sign and inclusion in the neighborhood sale map. Continue reading
The second public input meeting for the William Berry Parkway trail improvement project will be Tuesday, April 21, 6-8pm at Lyndale Farmstead Park, 3900 Bryant Ave S. All are welcome. The project aims to improve safety and access of the bike/pedestrian trails. Continue reading
Mpls-St. Paul Magazine recently spoke with chef Erick Harcey about the restaurant in the works for the old Bayers Hardware building. A late summer opening is planned. Read the interview. Continue reading
The sewer liner installations are now complete in and near the bird sanctuary. During April and May (as weather allows), the Met Council will restore landscape, sidewalk, parking lot, and street areas that were affected by the sewer rehabilitation work.
The City will begin citywide street sweeping and pick up of yard waste the week of April 13. Yard waste will be picked up on your usual garbage pick up day. Watch for temporary no parking signs posted to accommodate street sweeping crews!
On April 9, the City Council’s Zoning & Planning Committee denied the appeal of the City Planning Commission’s approval of the conditional use permit (CUP) for height at the South Upton Building. The next stop at the City level for the project is the meeting of the full City Council on April 17 at 4:30… Continue reading
Consider making a donation of used books to support the Used Book Sale at the Festival. All proceeds benefit the collection and programs of the Linden Hills Library and Hennepin County Library. Drop off your used books between April 10 and May 15 during business hours to the Linden Hills Co-op or the Linden Hills… Continue reading
In Minneapolis the days are numbered for Styrofoam and #6 plastic! The Environmentally Acceptable Packaging Ordinance goes into effect on April 22 – Earth Day! Continue reading
On February 13, Mark Dwyer notified the neighborhood that the Linden Crossing project has changed hands. Another developer has acquired the site. Mark Dwyer’s team will coordinate with the City and the new site owner to restore the pocket park.
The Pocket Park visioning sessions scheduled for March will NOT take place. Continue reading