Wed, Nov 6th, 2013
120 Solon Campus Center
Wed, Nov 6th, 2013
Come by and sign up for concession stand hours, memberships and meet your neighbors!
In many Twin Cities’ neighborhoods, residents come together for annual National Night Out block parties. (In fact, in 2011, Minneapolis was tops in NNO participation among cities with populations over 250,000.) All over the city, plans are made, residential block event permits are obtained and crock pots are readied. On that one night a year, neighbors socialize, kids play together, and everyone feels more closely connected.
Please consider volunteering for shifts. This year we will have hockey and skating every day – but only if we have volunteers to run the concession stand. Profits made from concessions will go directly into inproving Lower Chester Park.
Alternate side parking is in effect 24/7 year-round by default unless a particular block has parking-related signage stipulating otherwise.
• Vehicles parked on the street must be moved every 24 hours.
• Vehicles parked on the street must be a minimum of…
o 7’ from alleys and driveways (even one’s own driveway)
o 10’ from fire hydrants
o 20’ from crosswalks
o 30’ from stop signs
• No parking is permitted in alleys, on boulevards (the grass between the sidewalk and the street), and front yards. (Backyard parking is permitted in a gravel or paved driveway. Parking also is permitted in one side yard extending toward the street at the front of the property but only on a paved driveway.)
o Anyone can utilize the street parking in front of a residence. It is not reserved for the homeowner or renter.
o There is no prohibition against parking across the street from a driveway.
o There is no limit to the number of vehicles that a single person or residence can park on city streets.
To report parking infractions during business hours, please call either of the following:
• Parking Services 218-730-5419 (typically Anna Douglas)
• Parking Manager 218-730-5178 (Matthew Kennedy)
To report parking infractions after hours and on weekends, please call 911.
Infractions on private property may be addressed by one or more of the following:
• Police officers
• Building officials
• Zoning staff
• Fire department staff
Information about the course, and registration materials can be found at:
Please spread the word to any current or prospective landlords or property managers.
Campus Neighbors Advisory Group