Summer is almost over, and we know that schedules are booking up fast. If you would like to schedule in some time to take part in your community, the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council has some small and large ways you can get involved.
Join the LHiNC Board
If you love Linden Hills and want to contribute to this great neighborhood, consider running for the LHiNC board. LHiNC serves as a voice of Linden Hills residents, works to increase community involvement, and provides communication between the neighborhood and the city and within the Linden Hills community. Meet the current board here.
How to apply:Elections this year will be held online, beginning at the LHiNC Annual Meeting on Tuesday, October 6 and running through October 20. To add your name to the ballot, please complete the online application by September 28.
Is there a Linden Hills resident or business owner that you know who enhances the quality of our neighborhood through volunteer efforts or a strong sense of community?
Each year, LHiNC honors a handful of people who are true neighborhood treasures. If you know someone who fits that description, please nominate them by completing an online form. We will present the awards during LHiNC’s Virtual Annual Meeting on Tuesday, October 6.
The Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board surveyed our neighborhood a few months ago to determine how to best renovate the playground at Linden Hills Park. The MPRB design team just completed the concept plan for the new play areas at LH Park. Now they want to get your feedback.
September 17 from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m., we are honored to welcome our second speaker in this series: Veena Iyer, Executive Director of the Immigration Law Center of Minnesota. Ms. Iyer will discuss the work of the Center during these challenging times and share how people can help the immigrant community and the center in its work.