Monthly Archives: February 2015

Ford Site – Parks & Open Space – Community Meeting – February 26th

The City of Saint Paul and the Ford Site Planning Task Force cordially invite residents from Saint Paul and the Twin Cities metropolitan area to a public meeting about parks and open space priorities for the Ford site.

This is one of several topic meetings on Ford to occur this spring and summer. Future public meetings will address transportation, land use, and environmental items.

Thursday, February 26, 2015 from 7-8:30 p.m.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, Fellowship Hall
700 South Snelling Avenue, Saint Paul

Directions: Northeast corner of Snelling Avenue and Highland Parkway. On bus routes. Parking available in church lot.

Join the conversation about:

  • Parks and Open Space priorities for the Ford site.
  • Background and assumptions that shape the priorities.
  • Key questions and design ideas to refine the priorities.

Call: Merritt Clapp-Smith, 651-266-6547 or Mike Richardson, 651-266-6621

Winter Party – Saturday, February 21st, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.

Even if it’s too cold for sledding, we’ll be hosting our indoor activities! Winter Sledding Party


Get the kids out of the house for a couple of hours!

 Treats,indoor activities and games and sledding if the weather cooperates!

Highland Park Community Center
Saturday, February 21st from 1–3 pm.


Sponsored by

Highland District Council, Saint Paul Parks and Rec and the Highland Business Association

Target Express is Coming to the Neighborhood

Target LogoFind out more at the Community Development Committee of the Highland District Council

Tuesday, February 17th
6:30 p.m.
Highland Park Community Center
1978 Ford Parkway
Saint Paul, MN 55116

Question and Answer session with Target Express
What is a Target Express?
How do they decide what items to carry?
How will this store impact parking and traffic in Highland Village?
Bring your questions.

Target Express will be opening in the old Barnes and Noble location, 2082 Ford Parkway in July 2015

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