There are 35 neighborhoods located within St. Louis Park, each with its own distinct appearance and feel. To find out more about each neighborhood, click on the links to the left or enter your address into the myNeighborhood map.
If you’re not sure what neighborhood you live in, you can also view the Neighborhood Locations Map.
Neighborhood Revitalization Grant Program
The City of St. Louis Park established the Neighborhood Revitalization Grant Program to support neighborhoods and enhance community connections by bringing neighbors together. Financial support is provided for special projects initiated by neighbors to address issues, implement ideas or create opportunities that are meaningful and important to their neighborhoods.
In 2018/2019, up to $40,000 in grants will be available to organized St. Louis Park neighborhoods for activities that physically improve the neighborhood, enhance the sense of community within the neighborhood, support citizen involvement or develop neighborhood leadership. An additional $2,000 in grants will be available to neighborhoods that incorporate an environmental component either in conjunction with an existing event or adding a new program/event.
Neighborhoods interested in participating in the program should review the 2018 grant guidelines and complete the Neighborhood Revitalization Grant Program Application. Applications are due Friday, March 23, 2018 by 4:30 p.m. Any applications received after the deadline will not be eligible to receive a grant.
Applications may be:
- Mailed or hand-delivered to Breanna Freedman, Community Liaison, City of St. Louis Park, 3015 Raleigh Ave. S., St. Louis Park, MN 55416
- Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Faxed to 952.924.2676
Get Involved with Your Neighborhood Organization
Many of St. Louis Park’s neighborhoods have organized neighborhood associations. Involved and active neighborhoods contribute to the overall quality of life in St. Louis Park by:
- Building investment and pride.
- Increasing feelings of safety and security.
- Connecting neighborhoods with each other and with the city.
- Creating and maintaining a sense of community.
To find out if your neighborhood is represented by an association or how you can organize one, click on the neighborhood links on the left or contact Breanna Freedman at email@example.com or 952.924.2184. View the Neighborhood Organizing Kit for more information.
To get involved, please contact your neighborhood association leaders.
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 buildings 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 rooms but a room rental fee may be charged.
City Hall Rooms
For availability, call City Hall at 952.924.2500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- City Council Chambers (third floor west) - capacity 122
- Westwood room (third floor south) - capacity 18
- Meadowbrook room (third floor north) - capacity 8
- Aquila room (second floor north) - capacity 12
- Dakota room (second floor north) - capacity 8
- Fern Hill room (second floor south) - capacity 4
- Community room (first floor west) - capacity 49
- Minnehaha room (first floor west) - capacity 6
- Birchwood room (first floor north) - capacity 6
Rec Center Rooms and Year-round Park Buildings
For availability and fees, call The Rec Center at 952.924.2540 or email email@example.com
- Banquet room (second floor west) - capacity 160
- Gallery (first floor north) - capacity 70
- Wolfe Park Building - capacity 30
Fire Station 1 Rooms
For availability, call the Fire Department at 952.924.2595.
- Training room - capacity 50
- Conference room - capacity 8