What is the CPNA?CPNA stands for the Columbia Park Neighborhood Association. CPNA’s mission is to give residents of the neighborhood a forum to be actively involved in maintaining the quality of life in the neighborhood in which they live.
Category Archives: Neighborhood Issues
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board will be updating the Hi-View Park playground equipment next year. After surveying the community at the June puppet show, National Night Out at Hi-View and in Spanish with the Sunday Revolution soccer families as … Continue reading
The City of Minneapolis has started sweeping up the leaves and other debris from our streets. Maps giving the approximate dates the crews will be in Columbia Park are available HERE.
The next meeting of the CPNA Board will be on Monday October 20, 2014 at 6:30 pm at the Columbia Manor, 3300 Central AV NE in the Bride’s Room (through the front doors, up the step, turn left and then down at the … Continue reading
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board will be making some renovations to the Columbia Park Picnic Shelter. A public meeting was held on September 16th on site, but there is still an opportunity to comment on the project. Please take … Continue reading
The 2014 Gubernatorial Primary, is set for Tuesday, August 12th. As we continue to finalize arrangements, we’re short on the number of election judges needed to serve voters in the polls. Specifically, the City is looking to recruit, train, and … Continue reading
History Blooming Boulevards’ efforts to promote and recognize boulevard gardens began in 1983 under the leadership of the City of Minneapolis’ Committee on Urban Environment (CUE). Member Nate Siegel was so impressed with the beautiful boulevard flower gardens on a … Continue reading
At the annual meeting and potluck picnic at the Columbia Picnic Pavilion on June 16, we will be voting on the proposed 2014-16 CPP (Community Participation Plan) for the Columbia Park Neighborhood Association. Please read the application and more detailed budget. … Continue reading
Saturday, June 21st, 9-11:30 a.m., Friends of the Mississippi River (FMR) will be holding a Rain Barrel Rollout in the Target parking lot at the Quarry in NE Minneapolis. Rain barrels and supply kits must be purchased online in advance … Continue reading
The Neighborhood and Community Engagement Committee (NCEC) will be having an election for new board members in on Thursday June 12, 2014. District 4, which represents many of the NE neighborhood is one of the seats up for election. If you are … Continue reading
Regulatory Services at the City of Minneapolis has announced they will be making a sweep through Northeast Minneapolis this spring. To avoid getting a citation they recommend you check through the list of most common citations on their webpage and … Continue reading