Shingle Creek Neighborhood Association
PO Box 15656, Minneapolis, MN 55415
email@example.com; Amy Luesebrink, staff, 612-597-9464
SCNA Board Meeting: Tuesday, June 14, at Creekview Park
5001 Humboldt Ave. N., 6:30-8 p.m.
*All meetings are open to the public *All residents are encouraged to attend.
Any requests for special accommodations are welcome.
Contact SCNA staff seven days prior to meeting.
SCNA elects new Officers
SCNA had some terrific accomplishments in 2015-16. We host or co-host several events like Tour de Camden, Little Free Library Concerts, STEAM Expo, Shingle Creek Clean-up, SC Common Ground Community Garden, and work on keeping residents informed about important planning, activities and projects in the neighborhood.
SCNA wishes to thank the officers and board members of 2015-2016 for their tireless work and energies to improve the community. We thank outgoing board members Daren Johnson, Ed Morales and Julie Gillis for sharing their time and talents with us.
We also wish to congratulate this year’s elected officers for 2016-2017:
Pam Owens, Chair; Jeffrey Strand, Vice Chair;
Justin Schmidt, Treasurer; and Holly Constant, Secretary.
Attention Shingle Creek residents!
You can help our urban canopy and pollinators
SCNA Emerald Ash Borer Project 2016
Are you considering removing a tree or planting a tree due to the Emerald Ash Borer? The Shingle Creek Neighborhood Association has allocated a limited amount of $50 matching funds reimbursed to provide resident/property owners for various technical services, tree removal with replacement.
This summer SCNA will also provide $50 matching funds reimbursed for gardeners to provide new habitat gardens for pollinators. Contact us today if you’re interested in learning more! Mpls.firstname.lastname@example.org or shinglecreekmpls.org.
Follow Bonfire Rules to avoid ticket
With summer comes bonfires, and it’s important to know the rules:
- Allowed between 9 a.m. – 10 p.m. · Wood must be untreated/unpainted
- Fires must be less than 2′ tall x 3′ wide · Not allowed within 25′ of any structure
- Must have a fire barrier at least 6″ tall · A person 18+ must be in attendance
- Have a hose/extinguisher readily available · Not allowed when winds exceed 10 mph
- Completely extinguish before abandoning
Most importantly, be respectful of neighbors!
For more details or information call 311 or look online.