District 10 Como Community Council

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February 7, 2024 Community Meeting – 1st Wednesdays

The first Wednesday of every month Community Meeting, beginning at 7pm, typically hosts our Environment and Neighborhood Relations committee topics for discussion and planning, as well as guest presentations related to those issues. Occasionally time sensitive Land Use and Board/Organizational items are included on the agenda as well.

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Know Your Como: Every Day a Smile

By Sonjie Johnson

That’s the way Tim Prescott enters his 5th grade classroom every morning at Como Park Elementary. He’s been feeling that way for 28 years, but it wasn’t a straight line from college to teaching.

Two weeks after he graduated from Mankato State University, Tim and his wife Mary were married. Tim’s degree was in Management and Marketing; Mary’s in nursing. Mary grew up in St. Paul and the couple initially lived in the Midway and East Side before buying a house in Como Park 20 years ago.

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January 16, 2024 Community Meeting – 3rd Tuesdays

The third Tuesday of every month typically hosts our Land Use committee and Board/Organizational topics for discussion and planning, as well as guest presentations related to those issues. Occasionally time sensitive Environment and Neighborhood Relations items are included on the agenda as well.

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Know Your Como: Dale and Larpenteur Renewal

By Sonjie Johnson
“You bought a gas station?” Whether it’s her family, friends, customers, or this writer, Amna Kiran often hears this comment. “D & L is my third one,” she replies, and goes on to tell the story of her somewhat unusual life.

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Neighborhood Resources

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Community Resources

Como Community Resources District 10 partners with many other community organizations and city departments in our work, find out how they might be able

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Upcoming Events

District 10 Sub-District MapDistrict 10 is one of Saint Paul’s 17 neighborhood community councils. 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 (map). The District 10 Como Community Council is a non-profit organization governed by a Board of Directors elected by members of the community.
Mission Statement
We connect and empower each other, creating a compassionate community, courageously addressing injustices of the past and present, and forging a bold and inclusive future.
Vision Statement
A vibrant, diverse, affordable neighborhood filled with a spirit of kindness and belonging.