- 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.
- Published: 12 November 2018 12 November 2018
The annual Give to the Max Day is Thursday, November 15th. Please consider a tax deductible donation to your very own neighborhood association: www.givemn.org (search Kenny Neighborhood Association.)
Kenny Neighborhood Association (KNA) works to build community relations, educate, communicate and improve Kenny neighborhood. Whether it's the Kickin’ Back at Kenny Summer Festival, the Summer Solstice Ice Cream Social, our community garden, support to Kenny and Anthony schools, park improvements or newsletters, we can always use your donations to make our community better.
Your donation on 11/15 will help continue making our neighborhood amazing today and tomorrow. Thank you!
- Published: 16 October 2018 16 October 2018
Each spring and fall, Public Works crews sweep every mile of the City's more than 1,100 miles of streets – curb to curb – to help keep our neighborhoods clean and livable and to protect our waterways. Each spring, crews sweep the nearly 400 miles of alleys as well. Leaves and other debris on the streets can clog storm drains and pollute our lakes and rivers.
To determine when you street will be swept, check the interactive Street Sweeping Schedule Map: http://cityoflakes.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=9a6dbacfe3d84fc2b1d7bbaa74d4ca19
The eastern part of Kenny’s north/south streets will be swept the week of Nov. 12; the western part will be swept the week of October 29. It appears the east/west streets will be swept the week of Oct. 23. City crews will post "No Parking" signs at least 24 hours before sweeping any streets.
The schedule is updated frequently during the sweep to reflect the actual progress of street sweeping. The schedule shown here may change. The map may be updated, so please check back just prior to your scheduled day; or if you think your street was not swept as scheduled.
- Published: 10 October 2018 10 October 2018
Thurs., Oct. 25
Fuller Recreation Center
4802 Grand Ave S
SW Community Parks Workshop: Share your thoughts on improvements you'd like to see in your neighborhood parks during the next 20 years. Park staff, designers, and community members will work together on new master plan designs - your participation is welcome!
Neighborhood parks included (Southeast Group):
- Kenny Park
- Windom South Park
- Fuller Park
- Gladstone Triangle
- Elmwood Triangle
- Rustic Lodge Triangle
Additional workshops are being held for other neighborhood parks in SW Minneapolis.
Light refreshments will be served at this family-friendly event.
Learn more about this and other workshops for the Southwest Service Area Master Plan Project at: www.minneapolisparks.org/sw
- Published: 26 September 2018 26 September 2018
There will be a city question on the November 6 ballot regarding a change to the City Charter. If adopted, this measure would change the process of how certain businesses and restaurants obtain liquor licenses in our city. Currently, our city’s Charter prohibits businesses in a commercial area of less than seven acres from applying for a license to serve full liquor (Minneapolis differentiates between a beer and wine license from a full liquor license.)
In order for a business to pursue a full liquor license, these businesses must lobby the state legislature for an exemption to the City Charter. After obtaining an exemption, they are then required to go through the same city application process for a liquor license as businesses within seven acre commercial areas. The proposed change would eliminate the requirement for these small businesses to seek a special state exemption from our City Charter.
At its meeting on Sept. 18, Kenny Neighborhood Association passed a resolution supporting this change to the City Charter.