Environment, a division of the Operations & Recreation Department, is the keeper of St. Louis Park’s natural resources. We work to protect and restore our varied natural resources, including a diverse urban tree population, a wide array of wildlife, 26 water bodies, and Westwood Hills Nature Center . Stewardship of these resources is vital...
updated: Tuesday, November 12, 2013
The Air Quality Index (AQI) was developed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to provide a simple, uniform way to report daily air quality conditions.
To view the current conditions for St. Louis Park (Twin Cities), click here. AQI values are reported hourly on the MPCA's Web site. Each weekday, you may also hear a recorded message of the daily AQI for the Twin Cities metro area by dialing (651) 297-1630.
updated: Wednesday, October 09, 2013
The City of St. Louis Park promotes and encourages environmental stewardship and community through gardening. Community gardens have many benefits for participants and the community. In St. Louis Park we have 6 community gardens spread throughout the city. The city manages two of these gardens, while the other 4 are managed by neighborhood associations...
updated: Monday, October 21, 2013
- Best Management Practices for Erosion Control, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
- Minnehaha Creek Watershed District
- Metropolitan Council Urban Small Sites Best Management Practices
- Click here to download a City of St. Louis Park Erosion Control permit
updated: Monday, October 07, 2013
- Arbor Day Foundation
- Metro Blooms
- Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association
- Minnesota Grown
- Sustainable Urban Landscape Information Series
- University of Minnesota Extension Service