Highland has had a number of vehicle related incidents during the past couple of weeks. Incidents include auto theft, theft from auto and incidents involving removal of after market 20″ rims for Chevy vehicles from autos…and leaving the cars on blocks!
If at all possible put your vehicles in the garage and lock both the vehicle and the garage!
The police are increasing patrols in the area. If you see anything suspicious do not hesitate to report to 911.
The Highland District Council works on the community’s behalf to make our neighborhood a vibrant, safe and welcoming community. Your support is important to our efforts.
In 2014 we are continuing our current efforts as looking to add new community activities including:
• Tour de Highland Park -Bike and Eat in Highland
• Alley Gardens
• Movies in the Park
• Pedestrian Safety Campaign
We can’t do it without you! Please take time to make a donation at: http://givemn.razoo.com/story/Highland-Area-Community-Council
Ramsey County has identified Randolph Ave to be reconstructed in 2015 from Snelling Avenue to 35E. The purpose of the project is to improve the deteriorating roadway by completely reconstructing it. The preliminary design phase of the project is beginning. Public input is critical to help determine the roadway layout and design features. We are requesting residents attend a public meeting to ask questions and share ideas to help shape the project design.
A public Meeting will be held: Tuesday, November 12th at 5:00 PM Cretin-Derham Hall High School –The Commons 550 S. Albert St Enter through the main doors and walk straight ahead until you see a Yellow room on the left
The meeting will begin with a brief presentation from Ramsey County and St Paul staff discussing the design process, roadway layout, utilities, trees, bikes, pedestrians, safety and construction. Then the meeting will be opened up for discussion between staff and community members to voice questions and desires for the project. If you are unable to attend the meeting, but would like to discuss the project, contact Beth Engum at 651.266.7115.
Ramsey County has identified Ford Parkway to be reconstructed in 2015 from Snelling Avenue to approximately 400 feet west of Howell Street. To view the scenarios and to give input go to: http://www.co.ramsey.mn.us/pw/Index.htm and scroll down to the bottom of the page. The purpose of the project is to improve the deteriorating roadway by completely reconstructing it. The preliminary design phase of the project is beginning. Public input is critical to help determine the roadway layout and design features.