LiNK E-News
Linden Hills Neighborhood Council
Special Edition September 30, 2020
You Won't Want to Miss
These LHiNC October events
The Linden Hills Neighborhood Council has several events coming up in October. We hope you can join us. Any questions? Please email
LHiNC Annual Meeting & Board Elections
Held virtually October 6, 2020 from 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Get involved with your neighborhood. Join LHiNC online to learn about your neighborhood council and celebrate your community. We will award Linden Hills Treasure awards to neighbors who go above and beyond.

You can meet and vote for LHiNC Board candidates, and learn more about what the council does and how you can get involved. Registration required. Please register online today:
2040 Zoning Code Changes Explained
Virtual presentation and discussion October 12 at 7:00 p.m.
by LHiNC's Housing & Zoning Committee
The City is in the process of updating its zoning code to match the development guidelines of Minneapolis 2040. The next set of changes that are up for public comment impact draft built form regulations, which govern issues such as: building height, floor area ratio (FAR), lot sizes and setbacks from property lines. 

What do these changes mean for Linden Hills?

On October 12 at 7:00 p.m. LHiNC’s Housing & Zoning Committee will hold a virtual online open house, where they will provide an overview of these zoning changes, explain their impact on the Linden Hills neighborhood, and direct you towards resources and ways to share your feedback with the City. Registration is required. Learn more and register here.
Young Environmentalist Workshop
October 17, 2020 - 11:00 a.m. to noon
Calling all young environmentalists!

Don’t miss the first Youth Environmentalist Workshop sponsored by LHiNC's Environment and Sustainability Committee. A team of young environmentalists will lead discussions and hands-on activities about underground communication between trees and plant life, photosynthesis and carbon sequestration .

The workshop will be held outside on the trolley path near York Ave and 44th Street.

All participants must be accompanied by a parent to attend. Masks are also required. Due to social distancing requirements, seating is limited. Please contact Ginny Halloran at: to obtain an electronic ticket for the event.

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Editor: Carol Clemens -
Content Contributor: Becky Allen - Executive Director LHiNC -