April 2017

Tue
25
Apr

New MN bicycling handbook rolls out for spring cycling

More people than ever before are riding bicycles in Minnesota. That’s why the Bicycle Alliance of Minnesota — BikeMN — is rolling out the first-ever Minnesota Bicycling Handbook just in time for National Bike Month in May.

Mon
24
Apr

South-West Review bulletin board April 23, 2017

Upcoming Events - click for more details: Estate planning checklist; Color your way at Dodge Nature Center; Healthy Active Aging Fair; ‘Anything Goes’; West St. Paul Environmental Fair; Star of the North Jr. Readers; Mendota Heights spring cleanup day; Lego Junior Builders

Mon
24
Apr

East Side Freedom Library

The East Side Freedom Library, located at 1105 Greenbrier St., has a variety a events going on during the week. Here are a few of them:

Mon
24
Apr

Volunteer to explore Dakota County wetlands

Dakota County is seeking volunteers eager to pull on a pair of waders and jump into monitoring the health of community wetlands through the Wetland Health Evaluation Program (WHEP).

Mon
24
Apr

Eyeglasses accepted at The Recycling Zone

Dakota County is making it easier to do good by accepting eyeglasses at The Recycling Zone, 3365 Dodd Rd., Eagan.

Mon
24
Apr

East Side Review bulletin board April 23, 2017

Upcoming Events - click for more details: Maryland Avenue 4-3 lane conversion meeting; Hope for Recovery workshop; Rush Line open house and public hearing

Mon
24
Apr

Residents chat with Chief Axtell


St. Paul Police Chief Todd Axtell spoke about the department’s challenges, the main one being an increase in gun violence, at the District 2 Community Council’s Annual Meeting on April 19.

District 2 Community Council holds annual meeting​

“We’re here as neighbors concerned about our neighborhood,” said Gary Unger, a District 2 board member, kicking off the District 2 Community Council Annual Meeting.

Mon
24
Apr

Rush Line will keep us mobile, connected


photo courtesy of the Rush Line Corridor Task Force and Policy Advisory Committee The Rush Line Corridor Policy Advisory Committee approved a draft of a route for the bus rapid transit line. The downtown St. Paul part of the route will run from Phalen Village to the Union Depot in downtown St. Paul via Phalen Boulevard, Pennsylvania Avenue, Jackson Street and Robert Street. It will then follow the Bruce Vento bike trail in the Ramsey County Railroad Authority right-of-way. North of Interstate 694 the route will run along Highway 61 in its own dedicated lane.

It’s important for us to stay mobile and connected, which is why we’re excited about the new transit line taking shape in the Rush Line Corridor.

Mon
24
Apr

Need a new library card/PIN number?

Each week the staff at the Roseville Library answers more than 2,500 questions on every subject under the sun. Here are some of the most interesting ones they’ve gotten lately.

Q. I haven’t used my library card in a long time, and I don’t have a PIN. Do I have to get a new one?

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