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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.
Its purpose is to work toward the preservation and improvement of the Lowry Hill neighborhood and provide a forum fostering communication, participation, and advocacy for Lowry Hill neighborhood stakeholders regarding issues and events meaningful to our community.
Want to get involved? The LHNA Board meets monthly and meetings are open to all residents. Our association has six standing committees. Meeting dates, committee updates and more can be found in the News and Calendar sections of this website as well in the monthly LHNA email newsletters.
We welcome your support and encourage your involvement. If you would like to volunteer, please contact us!
Map of Lowry Hill Neighborhood
January 21, 2018
Ice Skating Party
at Lake of the Isles
February 17 & 18, 2018
Sculpture Garden Snowshoe Tour (cancelled)
May 15, 2018
2018 Annual Meeting at First Unitarian Society
June 24, 2018
Lake of the Isles Historic Homes Walking Tour
July 17, 2018
Ice Cream Social at Thomas Lowry Park
September 8, 2018
Neighborhood Garage Sale
Thanksgiving Thank You
to Fire and Police Depts.
Neighborhood News & Programs
On June 14, 2018, the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) has lifted the quarantine for Lowry Hill. MDA treated the quarantine area on three separate occasions in May to eradicate the insects. The Department will monitor the area this summer…Read More »
We’ll take care of signs, maps, ads, and pick up for unsold items. You just need to sign up! WHAT IS IT? Our 2nd Annual Lowry Hill Neighborhood Garage Sale! We’re teaming up with the East Isles Super Sale on Saturday, September…Read More »
More Than a Street Festival! Open Streets Minneapolis is a free event bringing together community groups and local businesses to temporarily close major thoroughfares to car traffic, opening them up for people walking, biking, rolling, and playing. Residents and visitors…Read More »
There is important work being done to further develop and improve upon the City of Minneapolis’ neighborhood based engagement structure. From the City of Minneapolis: Neighborhoods 2020 is an opportunity to further develop and improve upon the City of Minneapolis’…Read More »