Fostering Urban Networks Committee
The goal of this committee is to strengthen our community by connecting individuals, organizations, institutions and businesses and forging new partnerships and alliances that develop and increase sustainability.
Link to the Minneapolis Police Department - 5th Precinct
Please click here to sign up for the new 5th Precinct Spotlight; a quarterly newsletter just started in order to provide information to the community about what’s happening in the precinct. Each issue will have a variety of information—stories about different cases, crime prevention information, resources in other languages, highlights on the community, updates from the Inspector, and more.
Neighborhood Safety Sub-Committee:
Linden Hills is a neighborhood with a long history as a stable community which thrives on it’s distinctive charisma and traditions; safety is also a key priority for the Linden Hills Neighborhood Council. We are focused on keeping crime down so that our neighborhoods and parks will continued to be enjoyed without fear by residents and guests alike.
Block Leader Sub-Committee
Block leaders are important citizens in our community and have the opportunity to play several roles in the neighborhood, such as:
It is important for Linden Hills to have strong block leader programs to help keep people informed about neighborhood volunteer opportunities, social happenings, and local safety issues. Plus it is a good opportunity for you to have some fun helping others, meeting new people, and staying connected to the neighborhood.
If you are interested in becoming a block leader or have questions about the roles and responsibilities of our Linden Hills block leaders please contact our neighborhood coordinator at 612-926-2906 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.