LHiNC’s Response to 2040

Based on comments collected from neighborhood residents, LHiNC has put together a formal response to the plan, which has been sent to the city. Read it now. Continue reading

A Conversation with Dr. Michael Favor, New SWHS Principal

July 17, 7-8 pm at Southwest High School – This public event is an opportunity for neighbors to discuss their hopes and concerns with the incoming principal Continue reading

Next LHiNC Board Meeting: July 10

The next Linden Hills Neighborhood Council Board Meeting will be held Tuesday, July 10 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 July 10th meeting. Minutes from the June 2018 meeting will become available, once the board approves… Continue reading

Linden Hills Festival Brings Out Thousands

On Sunday, May 20th, more than 5000 people came out to celebrate at the annual Linden Hills Festival. Check out photos of food, folks and fun! Continue reading

Minneapolis 2040: LHiNC Wants YOUR Feedback

The city recently released a “draft” of Minneapolis 2040, the city’s comprehensive growth plan that shapes the city’s future. LHiNC wants your input! Continue reading

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

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