Temple Israel has started a big construction project. They are building a new Jewish Learning Center that will support 21st century learning methods, an expanded lobby and gathering and celebrating, and repair of long-term maintenance needs. Construction started in August and the estimated completion date is late August/September 2016. Visit the Temple website for regular construction updates. www.templeisrael.com
The City of Minneapolis is continuing to work on the sanitary sewer repair work now to prepare for roadway reconstruction in 2016. Click here to view construction closures and detours.
Please check the link below for weekly updates, and sign up for email updates during construction. http://www.hennepinlyndaleproject.com
The LHNA Monthly Meeting is Tuesday, October 6 at 7:00 p.m. at the Kenwood Rec Center. All residents are welcome.full story...
The condition of the existing underground utilities along the project corridor has been investigated to determine the need for improvements as a part of the roadway reconstruction. The City of Minneapolis will begin some of the sanitary sewer repair work in August 2015 to prepare for roadway reconstruction in 2016. Click here to view construction closures and detours.
Please check this link for weekly updates, and sign up for email updates during construction. http://www.hennepinlyndaleproject.com
- The east leg of the Groveland Ave/Hennepin Ave intersection will be closed to all traffic. This closure is anticipated to be required for up to 7 weeks (Aug 24 – mid October). The east-west pedestrian crossing from Groveland across Hennepin/Lyndale will be maintained throughout construction.
- The right (east) two lanes of northbound Hennepin Avenue will be closed to vehicle traffic between the I-94 exit ramp and just short of Oak Grove. The left (west) two lanes will remain open. This closure will be required throughout construction (Aug 24 – mid November).
- One of the closed traffic lanes will be converted to a 10-foot wide, two-way path to be shared by bicyclists and pedestrians. This will be the detour for Loring Greenway, which will be closed during construction (Aug 24 – mid November).
- The east leg of the Oak Grove intersection will be closed once construction at Groveland is complete. This closure is anticipated to be required for up to 4 weeks (mid October – mid November). At least one east-west pedestrian crossing from Oak Grove across Hennepin/Lyndale will be maintained throughout construction.
- The bus stops for northbound bus routes will remain open at Groveland and Oak Grove throughout construction.
The city of Minneapolis is committed to keeping you in the loop regarding current crime trends and opportunities for involvement in crime prevention. Minneapolis Crime Prevention Specialists have sent hundreds of emails to their lists annually. These emails include crime alerts, meeting notices and crime maps, and requests for community impact statements.
This service is provided at no charge to you, and your contact information will be kept strictly confidential. You may unsubscribe from one or all of your lists at any time. If you have any questions whatsoever regarding crime alerts or crime and safety issues in your area, don’t hesitate to contact your Crime Prevention Specialist.
To sign up for Minneapolis Crime Alerts go to this link http://www.minneapolismn.gov/police/crimealert/police_crimealert_emaillist
Here is a video link about the Hennepin/Lyndale Construction Project.
If you have questions, please contact Lowry Hill Resident Craig Wilson at email@example.com. Thank you.
https://www.minneapolisparks.org/park_care__improvements/park_projects/current_projects/minneapolis_sculpture_garden_reconstruction_and_cowles_conservatory_renovation/For more information on the project, please visit the project webpage.Contact for any additional questions: Dana Murdoch, MPRB Project Manager, at (612) 230-6446 firstname.lastname@example.org
We are encouraging all in our community to
LEAVE THE FRONT LIGHT ON all night.
If you have a back porch/yard lights, we encourage you to
leave those on as well. Light is a BIG deterrent to criminals.
It will not cost you more than a few dollars increase in
your monthly electric bill.
The City of Minneapolis has secured federal funding for roadway improvements on sections of Hennepin and Lyndale Avenues between Franklin Avenue and Dunwoody Boulevard.
Please visit www.hennepinlyndaleproject.com to learn more about the project, sign up for email updates and submit your questions/comments online.
You can also contact: Jessica Laabs, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Stakeholder Outreach (651)643-0437 email@example.com
or Ole Mersinger, City of Minneapolis, Project Engineer, (612) 673-3537. firstname.lastname@example.org
Walker Art Center
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