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Welcome to the Lowry Hill Neighborhood Association

Residents of Lowry Hill, age 16+, are automatically members of our Lowry Hill Neighborhood Association (LHNA). There are no dues or other requirements to join.  Monthly LHNA board meetings are open to all residents. Meeting dates and more can be found in Events & News on this website, in our LHNA e-news and in the Hill & Lake Press.  If you would like to volunteer, please contact us.

LHNA Annual
Events 2023


26th - Ice Skating event
Palio Winter Games


TBD - Annual Meeting


TBD - Ice Cream Social at TLP


TBD - Fishing at the Lakes


9th - Neighborhood Super Sale
TBD - Walking Tour


TBD - Music in the Park


Thanksgiving Thank You
to Fire and Police Depts.



Latest News Headlines

Palio Winter Games! (Ice Skating event) – NEW DATE Sunday, Feb. 26th

January 6, 2023

  Save the Date: Sunday, February 26th • 1:45pm to 4:00pm  The annual ice skating event is returning to Lake of the Isles, and this year, we’re ready to compete! The tradition of a friendly neighborhood rivalry between the Lowry Hill Green…

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LHNA Board Meeting: February 7, 2023 at 7pm (via Zoom)

January 6, 2023

LHNA Board Meeting The next LHNA Board meeting will be held Tuesday, February 7th at 7:00pm via Zoom. Agenda and Zoom information to be posted here prior to meeting.

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LHNA Unanimously Opposes Recommended Hennepin Ave Plan

January 18, 2022

REQUESTED ACTION: LHNA encourages Lowry Hill residents to contact Mayor Jacob Frey and his staff to use his executive powers to delay the approval of this project. Please email: and or call 311. Council Member Lisa Goodman is already…

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LHNA Launches Initiative to Enhance Community Safety  

March 3, 2021

“Know Your Neighbor” is a new initiative designed to enhance community safety and well-being in Lowry Hill. Led by LHNA’s Crime & Safety Committee, Know Your Neighbor is a neighbor-to-neighbor and cross-block communication system, used to communicate information when neighborhood…

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