Linden Hills Neighborhood Council (LHiNC) is a community and volunteer-based 501c3 nonprofit
organization that strives to increase civic participation of the residents within its neighborhood and make Minneapolis
a great place to live, work, and play. Of the 81 neighborhoods in Minneapolis, Linden Hills has the most residents.
LHiNC is committed to community-building in many diverse ways:
- Solicits and represents residents' perspectives in the governance of the neighborhood and seeks to initiate,
participate in, and influence projects with the City of Minneapolis, representing the voice of our community
- Engages residents with a sense of ownership and local stewardship within our community in personal, relevant ways.
- Provides an organizational structure for diverse voices to come together to discuss issues, create solutions and simply interact
- Is recognized as part of the government planning process at the hyper-local level and provides input into prioritization
of projects and programs that are multi-jurisdictional. An ambassador for new projects, programs, and initiatives
- Grant administration, cross-neighborhood collaboration and program development for residents that are carried out in
partnership with many stakeholders including businesses, the City of Minneapolis and other multi-jurisdictional entities
- An ambassador for programs and initiatives, including grant making and administration and implementation of City funds
granted by the Neighborhood Revitalization Program
- Engages others to further the work in committee areas of focus including Environment, Housing, Communications, and
Fostering Urban Networks
The Board of Directors are publicly elected representatives within the Linden Hills community. Come
join us at a committee of interest to you, or the next board session! See our
Calendar for details.