The City of St. Louis Park is pleased to announce that Karen Barton will join the city as community development director starting July 17, 2017. Barton is currently assistant community development director for the City of Richfield, a position she has held since January 2008.
St. Louis Park residents are invited to participate in PulsePoint, a smart phone app that allows CPR-trained citizens to provide lifesaving assistance to nearby victims of sudden cardiac arrest. The St. Louis Park Fire Department has led the effort to implement PulsePoint in St. Louis Park, making the city among the first communities in Minnesota to provide this service to residents.
ParkTV is now available in high definition (HD) on Comcast channel 859. This means that your favorite ParkTV events can now be seen on Comcast cable TV in high resolution wide screen format, as they are on the CenturyLink Prism TV or ParkTV’s You Tube channel.
The Healthy Living Grant’s purpose is to increase wellbeing through community driven action. It supports neighborhoods, individuals and organizations that collaborate with members of their communities to implement activities that support physical activity, nutrition, mental wellbeing and community building. Applications will be accepted from any individual or group in St. Louis Park.