- Published: 04 January 2023 04 January 2023
- Published: 21 December 2022 21 December 2022
Thank you to every participating address for a fantastic 2022 Holiday Light Tour! We enjoyed the fantastic displays in our community and partnering with our neighbors in Armatage on another fun seasonal tour. These are just a few of this year's displays.
- Published: 08 December 2022 08 December 2022
Enjoy the colorful city streets and light displays of the Armatage AND Kenny neighborhoods this holiday season! The free, self-guided tour is open to all. This year's tour map is now available below.
Please be respectful of neighbors on your adventure. If you drive the tour, please turn off your vehicle when you arrive at each stop.
In lieu of voting this year, all participating addresses will be entered to win gift cards generously donated by Sparrow Cafe at 50th & Penn and Kowalski’s at 54th & Lyndale! Please enjoy the beautiful displays and happy holidays!
- Check out this year's Google Map here to plan your route!
- Or, download the attached PDF of this year's map.
- Published: 06 December 2022 06 December 2022
Join Council Vice President Linea Palmisano for an evening of conversation with new Police Chief Brian O'Hara on Mon, Dec 12 from 6:30–8 pm at Southwest High School (enter through Door #1 on Beard Ave S).
Chief O'Hara will share some remarks and then open up the floor to Q &A. Pizza and cookies will be served starting at 6:15 pm.
This promises to be a great forum - hope you can join in! Please pay attention to parking restrictions on certain blocks around Southwest High School.
- Published: 23 November 2022 23 November 2022
The Kenny Neighborhood Association represents all residents of our neighborhood. KNA is your go-to source for advocacy with the city, for social events, and for creating a sense of community for all.
- We provide input on city initiatives and work with our elected representatives to share neighbor views.
- KNA sponsors popular events throughout the year like the Ice Cream Social, Kenny Festival, New Neighbor and Renter Welcome dinner, Spring Clean-up, and Fire & Ice Skating Party.
In 2023, KNA will stand at a critical crossroads. One road takes us forward but requires investments from neighbors and others. The other road leads to less programming and advocacy.
KNA, and all neighborhood associations, have depended on funding from the city and donations from residents to operate. Unfortunately, Kenny and the other neighborhoods face significant reductions in city funding starting January 1.
In the past, KNA received $25,000 per year to support activities. In 2023, that funding will fall to $14,000. We do have reserves that we will use sparingly to cover expenses, but the reality is that we need to find new revenue to ensure that we remain a viable association.
Our other choice is to significantly cut programming, but we are hoping to avoid that route.