LHNA Annual Meeting

LHNA ANNUAL MEETING Tuesday, May 17th, 6:00 to 9:00 the Minneapolis Scottish Rite Temple

Please join your LHNA Board for a fun and informative evening on the state of our neighborhood. At this meeting we will give the annual update on LHNA, elect several new members to the our Board, and give you an opportunity to talk to other residents and Board members. In addition, you will have an opportunity to tour the Scottish Rite Temple. We will hear from Park Board Superintendent Anita Tabb about events within the neighborhood. There will be a social hour from 6:00 to 7:00 PM, followed by our meeting. Appetizers and a cash bar will be available during the social hour and also after the business meeting until 9 PM. Join in on the fun on the 17th and all year long with LHNA!

To learn more about LHNA visit us at

Notice of A Public Meeting - Thursday, May 19

An appeal has been filed regarding the decision of the Heritage Preservation Commission to deny the following applications for the F. E. Day House located at 1900 Colfax Avenue South:

  • Certificate of Appropriateness for a new 4-story, 5-unit residential building to be constructed on the southern half of the property next to the landmark.
  • Historic variance to maintain the existing setbacks for the landmark from the interior property line.

This matter will receive an additional public hearing before the Zoning and Planning Committee of the Minneapolis City Council on Thursday, May 19, 2016, at 9:30 AM in Room 317 City Hall, 350 S 5th St.  You are invited to attend and be heard.

Hennepin/Lyndale Construction Project Updates

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.

Sculpture Garden Renovation Information
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

Temple Israel Construction

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.

LHNA Monthly Meeting is Tuesday, June 7th

The LHNA Monthly Meeting is Tuesday, June 7th at 7:00 p.m. at the Kenwood Rec Center. All residents are welcome. 

Do you live in Lowry Hill and want to get actively involved in issues affecting our neighborhood?

Please consider becoming a board member of the Lowry Hill Neighborhood Association (LHNA).

Come to one of our monthly LHNA Board meetings at the Kenwood Rec Center. Our next LHNA board meeting is Tuesday, March 8th at 7:00 p.m. All residents are welcome.

New Board members will be elected at the annual LHNA meeting in May.

Sign up for Minneapolis Crime Alerts

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 alertsmeeting 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

The Lowry Hill Neighborhood Association Wants You Leave a Light On To To Help Deter Crime In Our Neighborhood.

We are encouraging all in our community to

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.

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