In a 6-1 vote, Saint Paul City Council approved the the plan to rezone Snelling Avenue South from Midway to Highland Park to incorporate multi-unit mixed use development. The plan calls for the rezoning of approximately 20 percent of the
East Metro Strong is hosting a facilitated discussion regarding transportation and pedestrian safety in Highland Park. You’re invited to join Councilmember Chris Tolbert and your neighbors to discuss comprehensive ways to improve pedestrian safety and traffic movement throughout our neighborhood.
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Highland Park Community Center Auditorium, 1978 Ford Parkway
This will be an important opportunity to voice support for transforming Snelling Ave into a vital and vibrant corridor with mixed use development.
Our own Nate Hood wrote this column for Strong Towns A new redevelopment plan for an empty site in St. Paul, MN has pitted neighbors against neighbors, and blurred the lines of typical narratives that explain opposition to urban development.
This event is independently hosted by Ward 3 City Councilmember Chris Tolbert. Sustain Ward 3 is inviting members of the public to attend. From Councilmember Chris Tolbert: “This is an opportunity for neighbors to learn more about the proposed Ford
Now that the Saint Paul City Council will finally vote on its approval (based on conversations this should occur in September 2017), we thought it would be a good idea to round up all of the organizations that have endorsed
Source: The Ford Site Debate is Also About Equity | streets.mn Robert WalesRob lives with his fiance in Highland Park with their two dog-sized cats. He is an avid bicyclist and musician.
Informational meeting for Riverview Corridor. Presentation at 5:30 Robert WalesRob lives with his fiance in Highland Park with their two dog-sized cats. He is an avid bicyclist and musician.
“The city has a unique chance to create an urban village in Highland Park.” Source: Plan for St. Paul Ford site zoning plan merits support – StarTribune.com Sustain Ward 3
Highland Fest is back and better than ever this summer, starting on Friday, July 14 and running through Sunday, July 16. Highland Fest is celebrating its 34th year. Highland Fest marks summer’s mid point with a place to gather with friends