Peruse or download the current schedule of activities for youth, adults, and families at our local parks and recreation centers. Also, click here for ice conditions at local skating rinks.
We're taking a survey. We need your opinions about speed limits, crosswalks, lane configurations, signs, and bicycle and pedestrian paths along the Lexington Parkway corridor.
District 10's 2017 Sunday Series returns March 19 with a look at the past, present, and future of one of our neighborhood's great success stories: the Como Woodland Outdoor Classroom.
Owners of the former Sholom Home property are seeking $18 million in tax-exempt bonds from the city to convert the abandoned nursing home on Midway Parkway into an assisted living facility for 168 residents.
District 10 residents and staff from Eureka Recycling have an energetic give-and-take about Saint Paul’s new recycling system.
Here is the preliminary agenda for the Feb. 21 meeting. We expect a presentation from developers of the former Sholom Home property at 1554 Midway Parkway.
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District 10 is one of Saint Paul's 17 citizen participation districts. We represent the Como Park neighborhood, bounded generally by Snelling to the west, Larpenteur to the north, Dale to the east, and the rail lines south of Energy Park Drive to the south. The District 10 Como Community Council is a non-profit organization governed by a Board of Directors elected by members of the community. The Council's mission, described in its by-laws, is to provide information, education and outreach to the community.
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