• Linden Hills Library

    LH Library Resources: Still Here for You

    Updated January 2021 To show their support for the community, the Linden Hills Library has put together several fun activities and resources for all ages: Kids Dial-A-Story – Are the…

  • LHiNC Food & Toy Drive – Dec 20

    December 20, 12:00 – 4:00 p.m.St. Thomas the Apostle Church parking lot,2914 W. 44th Street NOW ALSO COLLECTING TOYS Our city is facing unprecedented levels of food insecurity and need.  LHiNC…

  • Community Safety Survey

    In June 2020, the City Council pledged to create a new model of community safety. This Community Safety Survey is one of the first steps in that process. Through the survey, you can…

  • Reduce Holiday Waste

    Tips from the city’s Division of Waste Management & Recycling American’s create 25% more trash during Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day according to the National Environmental Education Foundation. This increase…

  • Meet New LHiNC Board Members

    Congratulations to the 8 Linden Hills residents who were elected to join the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council Board for a two-year term. The LHiNC Board Election kicked off at the…

  • State of LHiNC

    During LHiNC’s Annual Meeting on October 6, Board Chair Steve Birch provided an annual overview of the neighborhood council. If you’d like to learn more about what LHiNC does, what…

  • Virtual Talk on 2040 Zoning Changes

    October 12 – Virtual Talk – RecordedHosted by LHiNC Housing & Zoning Committee The City is in the process of updating its zoning code to match the development guidelines of…

  • Meet Candidates for LHiNC

    Starting October 6, Linden Hills Neighborhood Council will be holding board elections to fill 8 seats. LHiNC is a group of 15 board members elected by the community, with half…