Location: Shepard Road. Enter at Alton Avenue. See map below.
Properly dispose of items such as furniture and construction materials and recycle items like mattresses,appliances, electronics and scrap metal. Residents may also donate household items in good conditions for reuse.
All Saint Paul residents are welcome. Fees apply for most items.
Citywide Clean Up Information
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
City Council Chambers, 3rd floor
15 West Kellogg Boulevard, Saint Paul 55102
The proposed Plan, zoning amendments, and an opportunity to submit formal public comments can be found at – https://www.stpaul.gov/ford.
The public comment period is open between now and September 20, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. Formal public comments may be provided in one of three ways. All of the methods outlined below hold the same legal weight.
1. Spoken testimony at the September 20th City Council Public Hearing; OR
2. Online comment form at https://www.stpaul.gov/FordComments ; OR
3. Mail comments to: Saint Paul City Council; 15 Kellogg Blvd. West, 310 City Hall; Saint Paul, MN 55102
Please include your full name and mailing address for comments to be included in the official public record.
Questions may be directed to:
East Metro Strong is hosting a facilitated discussion regarding transportation and pedestrian safety in Highland Park. You’re invited to join Councilmember Chris Tolbert and your neighbors to discuss comprehensive ways to improve pedestrian safety and traffic movement throughout our neighborhood.
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Highland Park Community Center Auditorium, 1978 Ford Parkway
For more info on East Metro Strong go to: http://www.eastmetrostrong.com/
Tuesday, August 29th
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church
700 Snelling Avenue South
From Councilman Tolbert:
The Ford site Zoning and Public Realm Plan will soon be before the City Council for our consideration. Over the past several years I have spent significant time listening to residents at multiple large public meetings, as well as more recently at over a dozen smaller meetings in people’s homes. On Tuesday, August 29th I will be holding a Town Hall forum at 7:00 p.m. at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church on 700 Snelling Avenue South. This is an opportunity for neighbors to learn more about the proposed Ford plan, ask me questions, and share their thoughts. I’m looking forward to a respectful, thoughtful, and constructive discussion about the future of the Ford site.
Please note that the Gloria Dei parking lot is also used as shuttle parking for the State Fair. I encourage people to walk, bike, or take the A line bus to the event. My apologies for the limited parking, but I wanted to ensure we had a space large enough to fit all who may be interested in attending.