GET INVOLVED

There are more ways to get involved in the Linden Hills community than can be listed here! Here are some ideas to get you started.

Join the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council

If you love Linden Hills and want to contribute to this great neighborhood, consider running for the LHiNC board. LHiNC is a group of 15 board members elected by the community at an annual meeting. Board members serve a 2-year term, with half the seats filled each year. The next LHiNC election will be held October 22, 2019. Find out more about what it means to be a board member and how to apply.

Linden Hills Neighborhood Council subcommittee meeting

Attend a Linden Hills Neighborhood Council committee meeting

Volunteer opportunities

Linden Hills Festival

Volunteer at the Linden Hills Festival, LHiNC’s biggest annual event in late May. Set up tables and tents, take tickets, help with publicity, tear down, and much more.

Taste of Linden Hills

Volunteer at the Taste of Linden Hills, LHiNC’s autumn foodie event and attend for free!

Nice Neighbors Day

Participate in Nice Neighbors Day, when neighbors volunteer for community projects such as re-shelving library books, removing buckthorn, and community gardening.

Facebook

Join the Linden Hills Neighborhood Facebook page to read and share news, information, and perspectives about the community.

Linden Hills Line

Read the Linden Hills Line, our bi-monthly newsletter packed with updates on events, activities, and issues impacting our neighborhood.

E-newsletter - subscribe

Subscribe to our monthly e-newsletter for fun articles about events, local residents and business owners, and issues impacting our neighborhood.

E-newsletter - contribute

Write an article for the e-newsletter.

Linden Hills Library

Go to the Linden Hills Library website to find out how you can volunteer for Friends of the Library, or attend or help out at an event.

Lake Harriet School

Board meetings

Attend monthly LHiNC board meetings, generally held the first Tuesday of the month at 7:00p.m. at Linden Hills Park.

Spiritual and religious organizations

Check with local spiritual and religious organizations for ways to volunteer or connect with residents.

Other ideas?

If you have additional ideas, questions, or want to request that we notify the community about volunteer/connection opportunities, contact us.

Ready to get involved in your neighborhood?