It’s almost summer and time to hit the garage sales! Highland Park’s sale will take place between 9 am and 3 pm. Maps will be available after May 29th. Online maps are now available and hard copies can be picked up at the Highland Park Community Center.
Sellers it’s not too late. You can still host a sale. You may register online or download a printed application and submit it by end of day Tuesday, May 22nd. More information here.
Come down to registration area at the Highland Bank tomorrow if you’d still like to attend.
Events include, pre-ride Yoga flow, 10 and 20 mile bike ride a history walk and lots of food samples. More information.
The Tour is one of the community’s favorite events. Take part in either a 10 or 20 mile bike ride. You may ride on your own or participate in a guided ride. If you feel more like walking, join your neighbors for an informative walk to learn about the history of Highland Park.
Information and Registration
The sale will be held on Friday, June 1ST and Saturday, June 2ND. Sellers can decide if they want to hold their sale for Friday, Saturday or both days.
The registration fee of $15 includes sale promotion (the two daily city-wide newspapers, the Villager, a number of web sites) and a garage sale sign. The HDC will also compile a map of all seller locations and items.
Sellers coordinate and staff their sale and keep all proceeds. Have your own sale, join together with a neighbor, or get the entire block involved.
Registration will close at NOON on TUESDAY, MAY 22rd.
REGISTRATION AND MORE INFORMATION
The District Council is looking to realign Highland’s grid map to reflect changes since the current map was developed in 1984. Here is a compare between the old and proposed.
Our new 2018 board members are in Grid 2: Kevin Gallatin, Grid 4: Kristina Mattson, Grid 6: Nate Hood, Grid 8: Tyler Teggatz, Grid 10: Bob Whitehead. At-large members elected are Amy Schwartz and Susan Duffy. Congratulations all!
A huge thank you to our board members who have completed their terms: Peter Armstrong, Joe Kohler Gary Thompson, Amy Samela and Gary Fischbach. Thank you. You will be missed!
Wednesday, April 18th, 2018
910 Montreal Circle
St Paul, MN 55102
Social Hour – 6:30 – 7:00 pm (free appetizers and beverages for purchase)
Elections – 7:00 – 8:00 pm
Grid elections for all even grids and two At-Large seats.
Agenda will include:
Vote on proposed Highland Grid changes effective 2019
View Draft Changes to By-Laws here.
Mayor Carter and representatives from Councilman Tolbert’s office and the Saint Paul Police – Western District will be speaking.