• LHiNC Print Newsletter Returns

    In May, the LHiNC Board voted to restart its print newsletter The Linden Hills Line. It will be delivered by U.S. mail to all Linden Hills residents four times a year,…

  • Help Make Linden Hills Pesticide Free

    To help spread the word about the importance of healthy and safe lawns, LHiNC’s Environment & Sustainability is launching a Pesticide-Free Campaign. Most fertilizers and pesticides currently used are made…

  • Local Equity Events

    LHiNC’s Equity Committee has curated a list of local events on race and equity, which will be continually updated. If you have an event to contribute, please email it to…

  • LHiNC Adopts Equity Vision Statement

    In fall of 2020, LHiNC formed an Equity Committee to ensure the organization followed through on its commitment made after George Floyd’s murder to “use our resources – financial, political…

  • Linden Hills Library

    LH Library Opens March 16

    Linden Hills Library is excited to announce that it will re-open for Grab and Go service on Tuesday, March 16. The library will be open for short visits and limited…

  • Join the Linden Hills Shamrock Hunt

    Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a neighborhood Shamrock Hunt, sponsored by the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council. Last year, more than 40 houses hung shamrocks on windows, doors and trees to delight neighborhood…

  • LHiNC Grants Available – Apply Now

    Twice a year, LHiNC awards grants of up to $1,000 to organizations or projects that make Linden Hills a better place to live and work. Recent grant recipients include: the…