Neighborhood association

The Minikahda Oaks Neighborhood Association was incorporated in 1948 and is one of the oldest continuously operating neighborhood associations in Minnesota. The association represents neighborhood interests to city and county government, works to improve and beautify public roads, grounds and water fronts located in and adjacent to the neighborhood, and promotes a sense of community.

Association contact

  • Lisa Wyatt, chair — 952.457.5936

City council ward

The Minikahda Oaks Neighborhood is in Ward 2.

For your council representative's name, go to the city council page.

Boundaries

  • North: Randall Avenue
  • South: Excelsior Boulevard
  • East: France Avenue South
  • West: Bass Lake Preserve 

Neighborhood characteristics

  • Size: 29.5 acres, four blocks
  • Neighborhood parks: Bass Lake Park 
  • Parks and open space: 22.3 percent
  • Commercial: 2.3 percent
  • Housing: 77 housing units (all single-family homes)
    • Average year built (single-family homes) — 1947
  • Subdivided: 1926
  • Nearby: Bass Lake Preserve