Lowry Hill Neighborhood Association

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Welcome to Lowry Hill

The Lowry Hill Neighborhood Association (LHNA) is a volunteer-run organization and the oldest neighborhood organization in Minneapolis.

All residents of Lowry Hill, age 16 years and older, are automatically members of our neighborhood association. There are no dues or other requirements to join.

Get Involved!

Monthly board meetings are open to all residents. Meeting dates and more can be found on this website, in our e-news and in the Hill & Lake Press.  If you would like to volunteer, please contact us.

Map of Lowry Hill Neighborhood
Map of Lowry Hill

LHNA Annual
Events

January 26, 2020
Ice Skating Party
at Lake of the Isles

May 
LHNA Annual Meeting
at Walker Art Center

Spring/Summer
Lowry Hill History
Walking Tour

Spring/Summer
Lake of the Isles History
Walking Tour

July
Ice Cream Social at Thomas Lowry Park

September 12th
Neighborhood Garage Sale

October
Thrill Kenwood

November
Thanksgiving Thank You
to Fire and Police Depts.

Neighborhood Events & News

LHNA Monthly Board Meeting: Tues. Feb 4, 2020

January 13, 2020

The LHNA monthly board meeting will be on Tuesday, February 4, 2020 at the Kenwood Rec Center, 2101 W Franklin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55405 The meeting will be from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. All residents are welcome. All residents…

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Skating Party at Lake of the Isles: Sunday, January 26, 2020

December 18, 2019

Whether or not you ice skate, our annual gathering at Lake of the Isles is a great way to enjoy winter. Warm yourself by the fire, skate on the lake, have some hot cocoa or coffee and enjoy cookies and…

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Minneapolis Snow Emergency Parking Rules

November 5, 2019

Winter is here! Stay up-to-date when a snow emergency is declared by signing up for an email or phone alert or by downloading the Minneapolis Snow Emergency app that tells you if a Snow Emergency has been declared and informs…

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Seven Pools Restoration Project at Thomas Lowry Park

June 3, 2019

In 1922, Lowry Hill residents petitioned the park board to purchase a triangular parcel of land planned for commercial development. The park board agreed and assessed the cost of the project, over a period of ten years, to Lowry Hill…

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