Ward 13 Update

Council Member Linea Palmisano shares the latest on Ward 13, including the town hall meeting with the new Police Chief, the latest on body cameras and more. Continue reading

Art Shanty Project Breaks Records on Lake Harriet

In February, Art Shanty Projects wrapped up its debut year on Lake Harriet. After four amazing weekends, the frozen art festival welcomed 40,000+ visitors! Continue reading

Minneapolis Parks Wants Your Input on Community Garden Policy

Help the city shape its policy for community gardening at neighborhood parks. Continue reading

Help Plan the Future of Parks and Trails in Southwest Minneapolis

Apply to be part of a Community Advisory Committee that will set visions and priorities for future park and trail improvements in Southwest Minneapolis. Continue reading

Next LHiNC Board Meeting: April 3

The next Linden Hills Neighborhood Council Board Meeting will be held Tuesday, April 3 from 7-9pm at the Linden Hills Park Building (3100 W 43rd St). The public is welcome is join us. Here is the agenda for the April 3rd meeting.  

LHiNC Committees – Get Involved

The Linden Hills Neighborhood Council has four main committees: Communications, Environment, Events, and Zoning & Housing. Find out how to get involved. Continue reading

Car Ownership: OPTIONAL!

Anyone can become an HOURCAR member and use the car for a flat rate of $8.50 per hour. Gas and insurance are included at no additional charge.

Look for the light blue Toyota Prius at its hub in the parking lot at Settergren’s Hardware.

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Historical Property Decision

On March 24 the Minneapolis City Council voted to allow the demolition of the 117-year old home at 2620 W. 44th St.

The house was the long-time residence of esteemed writer Brenda Ueland.

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Shredded Tire Waste Resources

If you attended the education and action session hosted by the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council Environment & Sustainability Committee and Play It Safe Minneapolis, here are additional resources as well as a Sample Letter to the Minneapolis School Board.

Read the February 15, 2017 Southwest Journal article about this issue.

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Mpls What To Do List

Visit the City’s What To Do List website for help determining how to dispose of myriad household items. Super helpful! Continue reading