Following the recent storm, Minneapolis residents should continue to use the City of Minneapolis’ regular yard waste services to get rid of small storm tree debris. These services include the collection of limbs that are less than three inches in diameter, are cut less than three feet long and are bundled securely with rope or twine. The bundles should not weigh more than 40 pounds. Continue reading
Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services has increased the number of precincts in Ward 13, and has made some polling place changes that affect some Linden Hills voters. Continue reading
The Calhoun-Harriet Master Plan Community Advisory Committee (CAC) completed their work and published their recommendations. View the recommendations from the final meeting of the CAC. Next steps: A formal master plan document is currently being drafted based on the final CAC recommendations. The draft master plan document is expected to be presented to the Park… Continue reading
The August meeting of the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council (LHiNC) has been changed to Wednesday, August 3, because National Night Out is Tuesday, August 2. Visit with your neighbors at NNO, and join LHiNC at its meeting at 7pm at Linden Hills Park, always open to the public.
The Southwest Journal reports that the owners of Sebastian Joe’s are pausing plans to build an office and retail building next to their ice cream shop in Linden Hills. Continue reading
Join Council Member Linea Palmisano who will lead a community meeting Monday, August 15, from 6 to 7 p.m. The session will focus on options for addressing the flow of traffic on the trolley right of way between Upton Ave and Xerxes Ave.
Read all about the neighborhood we love in the current issue of the Southwest Journal! Featuring articles on the area’s unique character, history, stellar food options, the recent Little Homes Tour, and more.
The three main invasive plants threatening native plants in the neighborhood are buckthorn, garlic mustard, and European bellflower.