How Does Rental Housing Affect the Poor and People of Color?

Nov
15
Fri

A great informational write up by Gabriela Norton https://www.mhponline.org/publications/rental-market-watch/issue-5-hennepin-county

Artist Neighborhood Partnership Initiative Small Grant Program Request for Proposals

Nov
15
Fri

CURA’s Artists Neighborhood Partnership Initiative (ANPI) provides small grants to artists of color and Native artists working in neighborhoods in Minneapolis, St. Paul and the surrounding suburbs. To find out more about these grants click on the link. https://mailchi.mp/umn.edu/kb35sqhrj5-3707845?e=fcb35671ac

725 Minnehaha Ave. East – Health Co-op Laundry – SPR #19-095414

Nov
14
Thu

Conditional Site Plan Approval letter is purposed. Conditional Site Plan Approval letter has been approved for East Health Co-op Laundry at 725 Minnehaha Ave, Saint Paul, MN. Congratulations!

Public comment period now open for Draft Public Transit and Human Services Transportation Coordinated Plan

Nov
13
Wed

The Metropolitan Council is receiving public comment on the Draft Public Transit and Human Services Transportation Coordinated Plan. The plan supports coordination of transportation services between transit providers and human service agencies that serve people who have a disability, older adults, and people who have low incomes. A steering committee and workshop participants representing public and  Continue Reading »

METRO Gold Line BRT Committee Appointees

Nov
13
Wed

The METRO Gold Line BRT is looking for Committee Appointees. Deadline is Nov. 15, 2019. The Gold Line project is currently accepting applications for openings on our Community and Business Advisory Committee (CBAC) for 2020-2021. The Community and Business Advisory Committee is comprised of local residents and businesses along the Gold Line who advise the Metropolitan Council  Continue Reading »

Indian Mounds Regional Park Trail Reconstruction Update

Nov
13
Wed

The City of Saint Paul Parks and Recreation Department is moving forward with the proposed trail alignment for Indian Mounds Regional Park. This includes removal of the bluff trail for safety, long-term maintenance, and preservation of burial sites. As suggested during the community engagement process, we’ve including the following plan refinements: Include a center stripe to delineate  Continue Reading »

Metro State College Employers Job Fair

Nov
13
Wed

Metropolitan State University students of all majors are invited to attend the free “Meet our Employers” Job Fair in the Student Center Multi-purpose room. Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at 3 PM – 5 PM Metropolitan State University 700 7th St E, Saint Paul, Minnesota 55106 Traditional job fairs can often be crowded, overwhelming and intimidating.  Continue Reading »

Daytons Bluff Community Council Board Meeting

Nov
13
Wed

WHEN:November 18, 2019 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pmWHERE:East Side Enterprise Center Building804 Margaret Street CONTACT:Daytons Bluff Community Council651.772.2075 Special speaker for November 18, 2019 meeting are: Andrew Novak of Capital Region Watershed District. https://www.capitolregionwd.org/team/andrew-novak/ Capitol Region Watershed District is continuing its efforts to promote our Stewardship Grant program, in which we provide grants to  Continue Reading »

Mayor Melvin Carter Announces Community Meetings on Public Safety

Nov
12
Tue

Community Meetings on Safety Contact:Peter Leggettpeter.leggett@ci.stpaul.mn.us651-307-8603 “SAINT PAUL –  Today, Mayor Melvin Carter announced three community meetings that will be held in November for community members to join conversations about public safety in Saint Paul. The meetings come following recent gun violence in Saint Paul as the Mayor considers proposing a supplemental public safety budget to the  Continue Reading »

Give to the Max!

Nov
12
Tue

Give To The Max Day, For Dayton’s Bluff-District 4 Community Council Donate and Help Dayton’s Bluff Community Council and Radio Station WEQY 104.7 FM Dayton’s Bluff Community Council strives to connect our residents to their community at large; to their neighbors, parks, restaurants, organizations, councils, businesses, schools, everything this historical neighborhood has to offer. Stroll  Continue Reading »