Neighborhood Honor Roll

Dec
14
Wed

Each year, you can nominate a neighbor who helps make Dayton’s Bluff a better place to live, work and play! The Neighborhood Honor Roll is a citywide award to honor people who improve the quality of life in Saint Paul. Each year, the District 4 Community Council Board of Directors annually selects two awardees to  Continue Reading »

Better Housing for All – Fair Housing Listening Session

Dec
13
Tue

DECEMBER 15, 2016 6PM – 7:30PM East Side Enterprise Center, 804 Margaret Street, 55106. _______________________________________________________________________ Join the discussion about housing on the East Side. Express your experiences with sub-standard housing, exploitative landlords, high fees, and what solutions are needed for a better result when looking for housing. A light meal will be shared. A $5  Continue Reading »

You don’t want to miss this…!

Oct
24
Mon

Don’t miss the 2016 Annual Meeting, Dinner and Elections Thursday, October 27, 2016 5:30pm to 7:30pm Historic Mounds Theater 1029 Hudson Road (near Earl) new-annual-mtg-short-announcement-10-24-16 Click on this link for more details about the meeting: new-annual-mtg-poster-10-24-16  

OPEN POLLS – Times and Dates to cast Ballots for your DBCC Board of Directors

Oct
24
Mon

Open Polls – Times and Dates to cast Ballots, located at 804 Margaret Street: Monday, October 24 – 10am – 8pm Tuesday, October 25 – 10am – 8pm Wednesday, October 26 – 10am – 8pm Thursday, October 27 – 9am – Noon at 804 Margaret Street, and Final voting from 5:30pm – 6:30pm at the  Continue Reading »

Meet The Candidates – TONIGHT – 10/19/2016 6pm

Oct
19
Wed

MEET THE CANDIDATES Wednesday, October 19, 2016 6:00 – 7:30PM East Side Enterprise Center 804 Margaret Street, Saint Paul, MN 55106 Please join us for an evening of engaging conversation, and meet your candidates up close and personal!  These community members are seeking your support to represent you and the work you want done in your community.  Continue Reading »

Roger Tetu Award, 2016

Sep
23
Fri

Seeking Nominations for the Roger Tetu Award.   Dayton’s Bluff Community Council established an annual award named for Roger Tetu to celebrate the good works of “community members who offer kindness without hesitation on a daily basis.” This award is less about leadership and recognized accomplishment and more about the daily expression of caring for  Continue Reading »

St. Paul business incubator wins grant

Aug
24
Wed

A planned business incubator in St. Paul’s Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood is the next step in an effort to turn East Seventh Street, a road once dominated by car dealerships, into a more people-oriented and entrepreneurial corridor, community planners say. City officials awarded the incubator a $350,000 Neighborhood Sales Tax Revitalization grant this year – the  Continue Reading »

Dayton’s Bluff Board Member wins DFL endorsement for School Board

Aug
14
Sun

A year after setting in motion a series of dramatic changes at the top of the city’s public schools, St. Paul DFLers on Saturday endorsed an East Side neighborhood leader with a decades-long commitment to early childhood education as their candidate for a vacant school board seat. If elected Nov. 8, Jeannie Foster would serve  Continue Reading »

Historic Dayton’s Bluff apartment building gets new developer, higher costs

Aug
03
Wed

The three-story apartment building at 234-238 Bates Ave. in Dayton’s Bluff occupies an interesting place in St. Paul history. The red-brick structure dates back to 1888, earning it praise from fans of St. Paul architecture. Many founding members of the East Side Boys gang lived in the building and called it home in 2002, according to several former  Continue Reading »

Rezoning of Hmong Village Parking lot

Jun
15
Wed

Hmong Village and NENDC came to the District 4 Board meeting on November 17, 2014 and got the approval of the board for the expansion of the parking lot.  At that time there was going to be a land swap with some PED land near the Hamm’s site going to parks in exchange.  That land wen to  Continue Reading »

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