District 10 Como Community Council

Environment Committee

Monthly Meetings

The Environment committee typically meets on the first Wednesday of every month at 6 p.m. All renters, homeowners, and other community members are welcome to attend and participate in the meeting. Upcoming meeting dates, times and locations are posted on the District 10 meeting calendar.

Environment Recurring Zoom Meeting Link
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81656456655?pwd=NERqazk0dUsxbndRNm9lNHVSOHlBQT09
Meeting ID: 816 5645 6655
Passcode: 1234567
One tap mobile: +13017158592,,81656456655#,,,,*1234567#
Call in to meeting: +1 312 626 6799 

  • Read minutes from past committee and District 10 board meetings

Latest News

Citywide Drop-Off @ Fairgrounds – Sept. 17, 2022

The city partners with local district councils to organize annual citywide drop-off events for residents to properly dispose of large refuse items and recyclable materials not collected via the residential recycling program. District 10 helps coordinate the event held annually at the Minnesota State Fair Grounds.

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Como Streetcar

August 3, 2022 Environment committee Meeting

The Environment Committee typically meets on the first Wednesday of every month at 6pm. All D10 Como Park meetings are open to the public and have space for community members to bring topics for discussion. This month’s meeting will be held hybrid in person at the Como Streetcar Station (1224 Lexington) and via Zoom.

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D10 Meeting Schedule Change Begins in August

Our trial period begins in August and will go through the end of the year. In December, we’ll gather community and board feedback on the new meeting schedule. We’ll make any necessary adjustments to the schedule starting in January and announce those changes to the community via our newsletter.

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Committee Purpose

The Environment Committee works to maintain, protect, and improve the environment of the District 10. This work has included instigating the creation of the Capitol Region Watershed District, initially to improve the water quality of Lake Como, assisting the St. Paul Parks and recreation department in Como Park and Como Lake Clean-Up events, including removing buckthorn within Como Park and creation and oversight of the Como Woodland Outdoor Classroom. The committee acts as a liaison between the community, District 10, government and regulatory agencies, and private businesses to improve the environment.

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