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. Sign up for the art fair/marketplace, donate to the silent auction, or sign up to volunteer!
The April meeting of the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council will be Tuesday, April 7 at 7pm at Linden Hills Park. All are invited!
Mpls Public Works is aware of the excess leaves and debris in our city streets. Please help to keep the leaves out of the streets. Read on for an update about spring street sweeping and debris removal. 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
The City of Edina Energy & Environment Commission is recognizing Earth Day on April 8, with the 4th Annual Environmental Forum entitled “Here Comes the Sun: Clean, Carbon-Free Energy Independence.” Learn more about this event. 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
The Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board recently introduced its new website at www.minneapolisparks.org. Visit their site for information about classes, programs, weddings and other permits, and more.
All SW Mpls residents are invited to attend this free forum on Mar 14 at City Church (Humboldt & 54th) that will address all aspects of organics recycling, including the basics of curbside collection, how to set up your kitchen, and Q&As meant to make the process super easy! Continue reading
Read Council Member Linea Palmisano’s February newsletter to learn about all the Ward 13 happenings, including news about the city’s curbside composting rollout, road salt hazards, property taxes, and more.
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
The Sebastian Joe’s property owners are proposing to redevelop the property on the corner to make way for a 3-story retail and office building.
The City Planning Commission approved the application at a meeting on March 16. The matter will next be reviewed by the Zoning and Planning Committee of the Minneapolis City Council (date TBD).