It’s time for the City of Minneapolis’ annual City Tree Program. Minneapolis property owners — including residents, businesses and nonprofits — are eligible to purchase a tree for $25. You can choose from several varieties and sizes of trees, including fruit trees. Trees are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Order online beginning March 23rd for the best selection. Go to the Tree Trust website for more info or to order a tree.
The City of Minneapolis has posted its preferred layout for 38th Street between Hiawatha to Minnehaha avenues. The new roadway is proposed to include a variety of treatments to make it more pedestrian and bicyclist friendly, including on-street bike lanes, street lighting, and wide grassy boulevards between the sidewalk and road.
Construction is planned for 2016. More information is available on the City of Minneapolis’ project website.
The plans for the L&H project will be brought to the Minneapolis Planning Commission for discussion at their February 26th meeting.
For those that missed the Open House on Feburary 5th, below are the latest renderings and views of the proposed Phase I development:
Hennepin County’s monthly Fix-It-Clinics provide an opportunity for residents to receive free, guided assistance from volunteers with repair skills to disassemble, troubleshoot, and fix their broken household items. Items could include small household appliances, lamps, clothing, electronics, mobile devices, and more.
Volunteer fixers who have skills in electrical, mechanical or electronics repair, wood working, sewing or general tinkering are essential to making the clinics successful. The clinic comes to Longfellow on Saturday, February 14 from 12 noon to 4 pm at the Longfellow Park Recreation Center at 36th Avenue and 35th Street.
For more information or to volunteer, contact Nancy Lo at email@example.com or 612-348-9195.
This event is a great opportunity to learn more about saving energy, saving money, and reducing your carbon footprint. It also aligns with the work of the Hiawatha CARE project, by helping people take action to address air quality and sustainability in their communities.
Check the project website for more information, including program details and registration.
The Corcoran Neighborhood Organization will be hosting a community meeting to give people an opportunity to learn more and comment on the proposed L&H Station master plan for the 2225 East Lake Street site. The meeting will be at 2225 East Lake Street on February 5, from 6 to 8 pm, and will include:
- 6:00 to 6:30 pm: Open house to view images and ask questions
- 6:30 to 8:00 pm: Formal presentation and Q&A
The first phase of the development — which has evolved based on extensive community consultation— would include a 100,000-square-foot Hennepin County regional service hub, 125 housing units, retail, and parking. This meeting will provide an opportunity to learn more about the project and make comments as the county advances the master plan to the city for approval.