If you can’t make it to the LHiNC election night at the park on Thursday evening, October 8, submit an absentee ballot. View applicant info here. Absentee ballots are due by October 8. Completed ballots may be turned into the desk staff at Linden Hills Park, or may be scanned and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
39th Street from France to Ewing will be closed from 10/5 through 10/9 for a mill & overlay (surface asphalt work). Detours will be marked. Please use caution in this area.
The October meeting of the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council will be Tuesday, October 6 at 7 pm at Linden Hills Park. All LHiNC meetings are open to the public. Join us!
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
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
During the warm months of summer, airplane noise resurfaces as an issue that plagues residents of our neighborhood and those around us. Ward 13 Council Member, Linea Palmisano, reports that airplane noise is the number one issue she and her staff have heard concerns about this summer. To stay up to date on happenings concerning… Continue reading
Enjoy a ride on the Como-Harriet Streetcar on Saturdays and Sundays from 12:30 to 7:30 p.m. The regular streetcar season ends on November 1. For more news about the streetcar line, read the October newsletter. Continue reading
Read Council Member Linea Palmisano’s August newsletterAugust newsletter for updates regarding traffic circles, changes to flight schedules at MSP, the City’s recycling goals, and more!
Bear with us as we work through some logistical challenges. The tour will proceed next year! Continue reading
It’s OK to have a recreational fire in the backyard of your home, provided you follow the City’s rules. Stay safe and be a good neighbor by remembering these laws: Postpone a fire when wind speeds exceed 10 mph or when Minneapolis is under an air pollution advisory or alert. Fires release fine particles that… Continue reading