Pedro Park coming to fruition

The City of St. Paul is busily constructing on the Pedro Park site across the street from the Penfield and our new neighbors, Lunds.

Artist in Residence Amanda Lovelee is heading the project and more can be read about it here.

Save the Date: CRC Annual Meeting – June 17th

The CapitolRiver Council Board of Directors invites you to attend the 2014 Annual Meeting and Board Elections on Tuesday, June 17th at 5:00PM at Bedlam Theatre!

More details will follow!

First Friday – June 6th – Kelly’s Depot

Friday, June 6th

4:00 – 6:00 PM

Kelly’s Depot

241 Kellogg Blvd. E.

Join us on Friday, June 6th at Kelly’s Depot for our mid-summer First Friday Community Happy Hour!

Food, drinks and downtown camaraderie as we split this year in half!

EVERYONE FROM THE DOWNTOWN COMMUNITY IS WELCOME!

 

WHAT’S YOUR BEST PROJECT IDEA?

knight green line challenge

What’s your best project idea?

Knight Foundation is looking for great projects that will make the diverse neighborhoods along the Green Line in St. Paul even more vibrant places to live, work, play and visit. Any individual, business or nonprofit can apply—and it’s easy! Your project simply must take place in and benefit at least one St. Paul neighborhood along the Green Line.

Dream away!

Applications accepted June 24–July 24, 2014

For more information or to subscribe to the Knight Green Line Challenge newsletter head this way!

 

 

6th and Wacouta Bus Stop Listening Session – May 27th

Special Development Review Committee Meeting

 

To solicit public input on the bus stop changes and improvements proposed by Metro Transit and the City of St. Paul for 6th Street and Wacouta Street.

 

       
Tuesday, May 27th, 6:00-8:00 pm

 

Location:

CapitolRiver Council Board Room

US Bank Building

101 East 5th Street Suite 240

If you would like your neighbors to know about this meeting and attend you can open up this  printable flyer  and post it (with proper permission).