We are taking applications for the District 15 Plan Steering Committee. Our goal in updating the existing District 15 plan is to make sure it fits with the City’s Comprehensive plan, reflects the aspirations and visions of our neighborhood and helps frame the objectives and strategies to guide future growth and development in the Highland Park neighborhood.
We anticipate the Steering Committee will meet approximately four times, with subcommittees likely meeting three to four times. Additionally, the expectation is that Steering Committee members will volunteer at two community events. We anticipate the meetings and events will take place over the course of 2017. Click here for more information about the District Plan and to submit an application.
Application deadline is February 10th.
HDC Transportation Committee Meeting
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
6:30 – 8:00 pm
Highland Park Community Center
This meeting will address Cretin and Montreal Avenues. It is an opportunity for neighbors to find out about predicted changes in traffic patterns around the development, and to talk about how neighborhood interests will be addressed in the future. The meeting is a forum for the Highland District Council and City to listen and search for ways to mitigate neighborhood impacts before and when the development occurs. All residents are welcome.
Visit www.StPaul.gov/snow or Call 651-266-PLOW (7569) for complete information.
On 01/11/17 beginning at 9:00 P.M., all NIGHT PLOW ROUTES will be plowed. This includes all arterial or main streets posted with signs that say “NIGHT PLOW ROUTE” and one side of all north-south residential streets posted with signs that say “NIGHT PLOW ROUTE-THIS SIDE OF STREET”.
On 01/12/17 beginning at 8:00 A.M. all DAY PLOW ROUTES will be plowed. This includes all non-posted east-west residential streets and the non-posted side of north-south residential streets.
Parking is banned until streets are plowed full width.
Ticketing and towing will begin at 9:00 P.M. the day the snow emergency is declared and continues until parking restrictions are removed. For more information visit our website at www.StPaul.gov/Snow.
Please shovel your sidewalk to help those who have trouble getting around. If you are a corner property owner please shovel the walkways to the street. City ordinance requires you to keep your sidewalk free of snow and ice.
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EAB REMOVAL BEGINNING IN HIGHLAND PARK
The removal of EAB from the Highland National Golf Course began on Monday, January 9th. The removal of Emerald Ash on the golf courses is a result of the increase in funding that was allocated to Parks. Highland National begins today with Como Golf starting after the ski programs ends.
Two bids awarded;
• Tree Trust – Como Golf 175 trees
• YTS Company- Highland National / Highland 9 309 trees.
• 1-2 days for cutting of the trees at the 18 hole Highland National course.
• 3-4 days for staging the trees in designated areas to be chipped and processed.
• January 17 to start the chipping and grinding process.
• Tentative start date of January 23 for the Highland 9 hole.
In an effort to minimize any damage to the golf turf, the YTS company has met with golf staff and has identified and packed all appropriate access points and the routes to use for the removal.
January 10, 2017
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Highland Park Community Center
This meeting will address Mount Curve and Mississippi River Blvd. It is an opportunity for neighbors to find out about predicted changes in traffic patterns around the development, and to talk about how neighborhood interests will be addressed in the future. The meeting is a forum for the Highland District Council and City to listen and search for ways to mitigate neighborhood impacts before and when the development occurs. All residents are welcome.