The Neighborhood Honor Roll is a citywide award to honor people who improve the quality of life in Saint Paul. The Neighborhood Honor Roll Awards Night has become an annual tradition to recognize those neighbors who go above and beyond to help make our neighborhoods a better place in which to live and work.
The Honor Roll celebration will be held on Friday, January 25th at Saint Thomas University.
Tickets can be purchased here
This meeting has been scheduled for Saturday, January 19th from 11 am to 12:30 pm at The Central Baptist Church at 420 N Roy Street in Saint Paul.
And remember you can provide public comment on the Ryan development prior to the public hearing at the Planning Commission on January 25. Information on the Ryan development here.
Nominations are now being accepted.
Members from the community can nominate up to three candidates who they feel have made outstanding contributions to the community and have made Highland Park a better place to live. The Neighborhood Honor Roll is a citywide award to honor people who improve the quality of life in Saint Paul. A celebration honoring nominees from all 17 district councils will be held at the University of St. Thomas on Friday, January 25, 2019. Nominations should be submitted to the Highland District Council by January 4, 2019.
Submit your nomination online
Print and mail nomination form
Ryan has put together a very brief, 5-question survey to help to schedule the next neighbor update meeting at a time that is accessible for many people, especially those who have not been able to attend the meetings held to date. The survey should take just a couple of minutes.
If you had trouble with the survey prior to November 27th, please try again. Ryan has provided the updated link below.
TAKE THE SURVEY NOW!
To comment on the proposed amendments to the Ford Site Zoning and Public Realm Master Plan and corresponding draft Zoning Code amendments please use one of the following methods*:
- Submitting using the online comment form at the following link: https://www.opentownhall.com/6951
- Sent by email to FordSitePlanning@ci.stpaul.mn.us; or
- Sent by mail to the following address:
Saint Paul Planning Commission
25 West Fourth Street, Suite 1400
Saint Paul, MN 55102
The public hearing at the Planning Commission will be on January 25, 2019 at the 8:30 am at City Hall Conference Center, Lower Level, Room 40, 15 Kellogg Boulevard West
*All public testimony must include a physical street address to be included as part of the public record.
Relevant Materials can be found here:https://www.stpaul.gov/departments/planning-economic-development/planning/planning-commission from the November 16, 2018 meeting.
Deadline for submission of comments is 11:59 PM on January 24, 2019.
Presentation from meeting of November 19th
Highland 9 Visioning Mtg #2 Presentation
The meeting scheduled for Wednesday, November 14 will be rescheduled. A poll will be sent to determine a alternate date and time.
The Saint Paul City Council will hold a public hearing on a preliminary design study for the Canadian Pacific Ford Spur. More information about the study can be found on the project webpage: https://www.stpaul.gov/fordspurstudy
The hearing will be held:
Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at 5:30 p.m.
City Council Chambers, City Hall, Room 300
15 West Kellogg Boulevard, Saint Paul, 55102
All comments concerning the draft plan will be heard at this hearing. Comments submitted in writing should be addressed to:
Office of the City Council
310 City Hall
15 Kellogg Blvd. West
Saint Paul, MN 55102
Questions regarding the study or public hearing can be addressed to Mike Richardson at 651-266-6621 or email@example.com
Parks and Rec created a temporary installation to gather first-hand information about the flow, safety, and layout of the course. The temporary holes that were installed on June 15, 2018 have been removed. They are currently analyzing the information received from course users, neighbors, and visitors to the park through a community survey and constituent correspondence.
Parks and Rec will present the feedback and findings from our analysis at the November 13, 2018 Highland Park District Council meeting.