*See neighborhood webpage for complete details on each event.
updated: Monday, January 26, 2015
One of the Vision Strategic Directions identified by the City Council is: St. Louis Park is committed to being a connected and engaged community. The Neighborhood Associations in St. Louis Park are just one example of ways that residents stay connected and engaged. Each year the Neighborhood Forum brings together neighborhood leaders who are committed...
updated: Monday, September 29, 2014
Block Captain Program information
updated: Monday, November 24, 2014
Many of St. Louis Park's 35 neighborhoods are represented by an organized neighborhood association. These groups can rally residents together to solve a problem or voice an opinion on a special issue. They can also hold neighborhood get-togethers, organize park clean-ups, or share services (trading home maintenance for child care, for example). Many neighborhoods publish newsletters listing upcoming events and neighborhood news.
Call Breanna Erickson, Community Liaison, at (952) 924-2184 or email email@example.com to find out whether your neighborhood is represented by an association, or if it isn’t, how you can organize one. You can also visit your neighborhoods webpage to see if it is organized. If you don't know your neighborhood, find it by visiting myNeighborhood.
If you are interested in organizing your neighborhood, more information can be found in the St. Louis Park Neighborhood Organizing Kit.
updated: Thursday, October 30, 2014
In partnership with the St. Louis Park Police Department, block captains help maintain the safety and well being of their neighborhood by coordinating Neighborhood Watch activities for their block. Each participating block has a block captain who serves as a liaison between the block and the Police Department. Block captains organize their block's...
updated: Monday, September 29, 2014
If your application is approved, you will be able to pick up orange traffic cones to block off your street. Cones should be reserved at least one week before the street closure by calling (952) 924-2562. Cones are available at the Municipal Service Center, 7305 Oxford St., which is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. When you pick...
updated: Friday, September 26, 2014
St. Louis Park neighborhood groups and civic organizations can reserve meeting rooms in City Hall at no charge. St. Louis Park youth associations, teams and clubs may reserve meeting rooms at The Rec Center and park pavilions at no charge as long as no food is served. If food is served, there is a small fee. Other groups may use The Rec Center meeting...
updated: Tuesday, September 30, 2014
After your sale is over, please consider donating unsold household items to a charity rather than throwing them away. You'll reduce the amount of garbage sent to incinerators while helping a worthy cause. Some charities - The Salvation Army, for example - will pick up items from your home. For more information, call your favorite charitable organization...
updated: Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Open house, for sale, for rent and other temporary signs cannot be posted on public property trees or public right-of-way, including
- Curbside areas of lawns
- Utility poles
- Traffic signs
Signs placed on public property will be removed. City ordinance also regulates the size and placement of permanent signs. For more information, contact Zoning Administrator Gary Morrison at:
- (952) 924-2592
updated: Wednesday, October 15, 2014
There are 51 parks throughout St. Louis Park, providing recreation, community space and beauty to all residents and visitors in any season. To keep our parks and gardens enjoyable for all, we hope that you’ll consider adopting one near you! Whether you would like to monitor one as a family, community group, neighborhood, church or business, it...