LHiNC Board Meeting 12/1

The board of the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council (LHiNC) will meet on Tuesday, December 1 at 7:00 p.m. at Linden Hills Park. Brian Schaffer, project manager for the neighborhood Rezoning Study, will be present to give a project overview and answer questions. All LHiNC meetings are open to the public. Join us! Meeting Agenda Continue reading

Home Energy Audits for $35!

This is an excellent time to make an appointment for a Home Energy Audit to get your home in shape for winter. You’ll get an assessment of your home’s energy efficiency and can have efficiency-boosting products installed on the spot. Thanks to funding from the LHiNC Environment & Sustainability Committee, Linden Hills residents pay only… Continue reading

Farmers’ Market: Winter Version

Beginning Sunday, Nov. 22 the LH Farmers’ Market can be found INSIDE at Sunnyside Gardens from 9am to 4pm. Find gifts, crafts, music, beer & wine and LOTS of fun! See you there!

Reindeer Day is BACK

Take part in the annual event that brings small-town holiday traditions to Linden Hills. Join your neighbors on Saturday, December 5 10am to 2pm!

LHiNC Board Meeting 12/1

The December meeting of the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council will be Tuesday, December 1 at 7pm at Linden Hills Recreation Center. All LHiNC meetings are open to the public. Join us!

Ward 13 Newsletter

The November 2015 Ward 13 newsletter is now available. Topics include Linden Hills Rezoning Study, Rail Safety Resolution, Yard Waste and more. Continue reading

Community Solar is Here!

Great news! Linden Hills Co-op has signed on to be the first community solar host site. Sign up NOW to reserve your spot!

PLEASE NOTE: shares are being offered on a first-come, first-served basis, one per household, and the first round is sure to sell out quickly!

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43rd & Upton Building Approved

City Council gave final approval for the 4-story mixed-use building to be built on the corner of 43rd & Upton. Read the Star Tribune account here. Continue reading

Pollinator Friendly Resolution

On August 21, 2015, the Minneapolis City Council and Mayor Betsy Hodges took significant action in the fight to protect the sharply declining local bee population by passing a resolution committing Minneapolis to increasing bee-friendly plants in the city and decreasing pesticide use. Continue reading

MPRB: Closing the Gap

Residents are invited to help plan the future of our award-winning Minneapolis park system. Wrap-up meetings are scheduled for the month of September. Continue reading