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Police Department meeting with Oak Hill and South Oak Hill

6 Mar

This is a follow up to the survey that was taken last year. The meeting will be held on Thursday, March 24 at 6:30 p.m. at Aquila Elementary School.


Health in the Park

10 Feb

One more thing (for now). Here’s a unique opportunity to get involved! You get to help shape “Health in the Park”.

The City of St. Louis Park has earned the opportunity to engage its citizens in a city-wide conversation about well-being through the Health in the Park initiative. The Center for Prevention at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota chose the City of St. Louis Park as one of nine communities out of over 100 applicants to receive funding to be used over the next three years to promote healthy and active living.

The initiative will begin with people who live and work in St. Louis Park exploring what health and wellness means to our community, defining obstacles that prevent community members from pursuing a healthier, more active lifestyle, and developing changes which will reduce these barriers and increase access to routine physical activity and healthy living choices in St. Louis Park.

There’s a meeting on Thursday, February 20 — and another on Sunday, March 2. Visit¬†¬†for more info.

Minnehaha Creek Conditional Use Permit Hearing

2 Aug

Included below is the notice for a hearing related to Minnehaha Creek. The Minnehaha Creek Watershed District is looking to do some work “associated with the restoration of Minnehaha Creek channel, stormwater improvements, and grading for a future trail along the creek.” Hearing is Wednesday, August 15.

Click this link for the full notice.

Comprehensive Plan Neighborhood Meeting – May 5

4 Apr

The City is embarking on a process to redo the Comprehensive Plan for the city. The discussion for our neighborhood is schedled to take place on Tuesday, May 5 at 7:00 pm in the Council Chambers at City Hall. There’s more detail available on the city website, but here’s what our City Councilmember, Loran Paprocki had to say about it in an email he sent out:

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