As of February, 27th, 2019, Winter parking restrictions have been put in place. No parking on odd side of non-Snow Emergency routes, until April 1st.
When streets are narrowed by large piles of snow along the curb, for public safety reasons, Winter Parking Restrictions are put into place to limit parking to one side of many streets. That way, emergency vehicles and everyone else can continue to get around town.
Please check out the city web site for further information: http://www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/snow/snow_winter-parking-restrictions
- Published: 08 January 2019 08 January 2019
Senator Scott Dibble (DFL-Minneapolis), Representative Frank Hornstein (61A), and Representative-Elect Jamie Long (61B) invite their constituents to attend a town hall meeting. This event is an opportunity to preview the upcoming legislative session, ask questions, share stories and perspectives, and meet their elected officials.
Sat., Jan. 26
Mount Olivet Church (Administration Building, Door #3)
5025 Knox Ave S.
Parking: Free street parking is available in the Mount Olivet parking lot. The preferred entrance is right off of the parking lot. Look for the Administration Building sign and enter door #3.
Transit: Metro Transit buses number 4 and 46 stop less than a block from the venue, at the intersection of James Ave. S and W. 50th Street.
Biking: There is a bike rack located along James Ave S.