Each year, Neighborhood Watch block captains throughout St. Louis Park organize block parties to organize block parties to celebrate National Night Out, and neighborhood associations organize larger events throughout the city.
This year, National Night Out will occur on Tuesday, August 4. You do not need to be a block captain to organize a National Night Out event for your neighbors. Registration information will be mailed to block captains in June.
Party registration forms and your street closure applications are due by Friday, July 24.
Tuesday, August 4
Neighborhoods throughout St. Louis Park.
updated: Thursday, May 07, 2015
Thursday, April 23, 2015
Noon - 1 p.m.
St. Louis Park City Hall
Community Room, 1st Floor
5005 Minnetonka Blvd.
Spring Cleaning: Reducing trash and staying safe this spring
- Spring is a popular time for people to move and with that comes a lot of garbage. Learn from Hennepin County about a new initiative targeted at reducing Move-Out trash.
- St. Louis Park wants your help in becoming a leader in recycling and organics in rental housing. St. Louis Park's Solid Waste Program Coordinator Kala Fisher, will give you tips, tools and grant options for increasing recycling at your location.
- Hoarding is an environmental and health concern. Hear from Inspector Colby Cartney on what to look for and what resources are available if you have a hoarder living at your property.
- Spring also brings about Severe Weather. The fire department will share information on Severe Weather preparedness.
Please RSVP to Marney Olson, Housing Programs Coordinator, at (952) 924-2196 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
SPARC's mission is to provide a community wide forum that promotes effective management practices and quality rental housing in St. Louis Park. This is a valuable networking opportunity for rental owners, managers and city staff.
SPARC meets quarterly. For more information, contact Marney Olson, Housing Programs Coordinator, at (952) 924-2196 or email@example.com
updated: Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Teens learn about a law enforcement career from St. Louis Park police officers by participating in Police Explorers. Participants see police work first-hand through monthly ride-alongs with patrol officers. They also receive training in first aid, gun safety and personal defense, and learn about police investigations, traffic stops and other aspects...
updated: Tuesday, February 03, 2015
The Block Captain Newsletter is distributed to all block captains in the City of St. Louis Park. See below for recent newsletters. If you are interested in becoming a block captain, please click here for more information.
Block Captain Newsletter - Winter 2015
Block Captain Newsletter - Fall 2014
Block Captain Newsletter - Spring 2013
Block Captain Newsletter - Winter 2012
Block Captain Newsletter - Fall 2012
Block Captain Newsletter - Spring 2012
Block Captain Newsletter- Winter 2011/2012
Block Captain Newsletter - Fall 2011
Block Captain Newsletter - Spring 2011
updated: Tuesday, February 03, 2015
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, March 16, 2015
The St. Louis Park Police Reserve unit is made up of 15-25 volunteers who range in age from 20 to over 60. Created in 1975, they donate around 1,000 hours of volunteer service to the City of St. Louis Park every year. Reserves work night patrols and at various city events, including Fourth of July festival, National Night Out, school carnivals,...
updated: Monday, March 09, 2015
Upon request, a community outreach officer will visit a home to advise homeowners on steps they can take to improve home security and reduce the likelihood of burglary. To request a home premise survey, call at (952) 924-2661.
updated: Friday, May 01, 2015
The department has six volunteer Chaplains that are available to provide professional, non-denominational services for police department employees and their families and also for citizens. The Chaplains are available on call and also participate in ride-alongs with officers and other department activities. For more information on the Chaplains program...