Tragic Neighborhood Fire: How You Can Help

A GoFundMe campaign has been set up to help with the immediate and future expenses for the family affected by this shocking tragedy.

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Airplane Noise Update

In an April 11, 2017 update from 13th Ward Council Member Linea Palmisano, it was reported that an additional 286 became eligible for noise mitigation packages in March. But no homes in Linden Hills qualify at this time. Continue reading

LHiNC Board Meeting 5/2

The next meeting of the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council (LHiNC) is Tuesday, May 2 at 7pm at Linden Hills Park. All are welcome. Join us! 

Where Does Recycling Go?

Ever wondered where your household recycled items end up?

This Story of a Cereal Box video tells the fascinating story of the journey of our recycled items.

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LH Resident Commuter of Month

Congratulations to Linden Hills resident, Scott Watson, named Commuter Services’ April Commuter of the Month.

Scott says, “Bus commuting does not take that much longer than driving and is very stress-free.”

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Bird Sanctuary News

Read the Friends of Roberts Bird Sanctuary spring newsletter for information about guided bird walks, the bird sanctuary capital improvement project, buckthorn and garlic mustard pulls, and more. Continue reading

Southwest Journal Spring Poetry

The Spring Poetry issue of the Southwest Journal is available now on the streets and in cafes, celebrating poetry by our local friends and neighbors.

The online version available here. Continue reading

Ward 13 March Newsletter

Read Ward 13 City Council Member Linea Palmisano’s March newsletter to learn about happenings in our sector of the City.

Sign up to receive the newsletters, get contact info, and learn more at the Ward 13 webpage. Continue reading

Get the Neighborhood Newsletter

Get all the neighborhood news by reading the March/April edition of the Linden Hills Line!

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City Council Restores NRP Funds

City Council recently approved restoring neighborhood funds that were restricted in 2010.

For Linden Hills, this means an additional $40,000 annually for the next four years to support neighborhood projects and priorities!

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