The Zoning & Housing Committee is comprised of LHiNC board and community members; it addresses all types of zoning and housing issues that affect the neighborhood including, but not limited to, construction, heritage preservation, teardowns, land use, city statutes, and ongoing concerns of neighbors living in both single and multiplex residences.

The Zoning Committee typically meets the third Monday of each month (unless it falls on a holiday) from 7-9 p.m. at Linden Hills Recreation Center, 3100 W. 43rd St.

For more information about the Zoning & Housing Committee, please visit:

Don’t miss this annual winter celebration on the ice! Enjoy the spectacle of large kites flying above Lake Harriet. Bring or buy your own kite to fly. Enjoy bonfires, s’mores, ice fishing, snowshoeing, winter nature walks and more. Food and refreshments will be offered for sale. Hope to see you there!

Spend an evening with neighbors and celebrate fall at the park. Enjoy toasty bonfires with s’mores, games for the kids, a bouncy house, and a food truck.

While you’re there, please stop into the park building to cast a ballot for board candidates for the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council. Learn about current LHiNC activities, meet board members, and enjoy free cocoa, coffee, and cookies.

The awards for 2018 Linden Hills Treasures will be presented at 6:45 p.m.

The Linden Hills Neighborhood Council (LHiNC) is thrilled to announce its third annual Taste of Linden Hills fundraiser to be held Tuesday, October 2, 2018. The Taste of Linden Hills is a fun, upscale event bringing together the talents of local chefs with 150-200 dedicated community members to raise money for neighborhood grants.

Tickets: $65/$125* – Includes a drink and tastes from all restaurants

*LHiNC is offering a new VIP level ticket ($125), which includes an exclusive, pre-event food and wine pairing, hosted by Tilia owner and James Beard Finalist Steven Brown and featuring a special round of tastes from Tilia with wine pairings from Libation Project. Tilia Chef Eric Skaar and a Libation Project sommelier will also be on hand to discuss the special tasting menu.

Buy tickets now for Taste of Linden Hills 2018

Thanks to our generous co-hosts – Rose Street Patisserie – the fundraiser will again be held in Rose Street’s tented parking lot, patio and indoor space.

This year, Taste of Linden Hills will feature food and drinks from:

  • Clancey’s
  • Coffee & Tea
  • Great Harvest
  • Harriet Brasserie
  • Martina
  • Naviya’s Thai Brasserie
  • Old Southern BBQ
  • Rose Street Patisserie
  • Tilia
  • Wedge & Linden Hills Co-op
  • Zumbro Cafe

Calling all the nice neighbors in Linden Hills!

Linden Hills Neighborhood Council is organizing another day of community volunteering. Nice Neighbors Day is a great chance to get out and meet your neighbors and lend a hand to keep Linden Hills a beautiful place to live.

When: Saturday, October 6, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Projects include: sprucing up neighborhood parks and gardens, organizing books at Linden Hills Library, and pulling invasive plants in William Berry Woods.

Here’s how to sign up in 3 easy steps:
1. Visit our Nice Neighbors Day Online Sign Up
2. Enter your name and email address
3. Sign up – choose your spots (projects) – the online program will send you an automated confirmation and reminders.

Contact Ginny Halloran with questions.

Do you enjoy hanging out in Waveland Triangle, The Dell, Linden Hills Boulevard and Linden Hills Park? What fun projects would you like to see in these parks? What amenities would help make these parks more exciting and more accessible?

On Wednesday, August 1 at 7:00 p.m. at Linden Hills Recreation Center – just before Movies in the Park – indulge in free ice cream and help brainstorm park improvement ideas.

Also, please share your thoughts in this survey:

MPRB has heard ideas ranging from new tennis courts to installing a skate park to setting aside public space for gardening. What do you think would make our Linden Hills neighborhood parks more enjoyable?

Currently there is a Community Advisory Committee creating a Southwest Service Area Master Plan; it will designate how park funds should be used for the next twenty years. Now is the time to voice your opinion! Thanks in advance for helping to improve our parks.

The November meeting of the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council (LHiNC) will be held on Tuesday, November 14th at Linden Hills Park from 7-9pm. The meeting is typically held on the first Tuesday of the month, but this month, the first Tuesday is Election Day. All are welcome to attend!

Join us for the Annual Linden Hills Corn Feed this summer, it’s an event you will not want to miss. Mark your calendars now to celebrate the summer right with a night of fun, food, and entertainment perfect for all your family and friends! Enjoy hot, delicious fresh roasted corn on the cob, live family-friendly entertainment, face painting, fair style concessions, large inflatables, and much more!

Join your neighbors for the annual movie in the park! Bring blankets, snacks, and bug spray and enjoy a free showing of Finding Dory, made possible by the MPRB and Linden Hills Park. Movie will be shown in the north end of the field.