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Support the Open Streets Lyndale Corridor

In response to the emerging COVID-19 pandemic earlier this spring, we decided to reschedule Open Streets Lyndale from the original date in June to October. At the time, our hope was we may be able to hold Open Streets Lyndale later in the fall. As we all know, that unfortunately was not the case. You can learn more about how we came to this decision here

Open Streets Minneapolis events do more than close streets to cars. Each event connects people to local businesses, community resources, and each other. While we are unable to come together to celebrate Open Streets Lyndale this year, we can still support those local businesses and community organizations that help make Open Streets Lyndale so fun and unique.

Check out the list below to learn just a few ways you can support Lyndale Ave S any day of the year. Have another suggestion? Let us know on social media or in the comments!

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Nick Ray Olson   posted by
October 30, 2020

Answered: Your Questions from the County Streets for People Kick-off

In September we hosted a kick-off event for our newest advocacy campaign: County Streets for People! We’re so grateful to everyone who attended the kick-off event, including our speakers Anthony Taylor Theba, Felicia Perry, Maria Cristina Tavera, Robert Lilligren, Xavier Tavera, and Will Lumpkins. 

Through County Streets for People we are organizing local communities to co-create a vision for better County-owned streets in Minneapolis. We’re focusing on streets owned & operated by Hennepin County because these are some of the worst streets in our city.

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October 29, 2020

Action Alert: Let's make Lyndale Ave S three lanes

Over the past year we’ve joined together with local residents and groups like Safe Streets Save Lives to call for change on Lyndale Ave S. Today we are renewing this call & we urge you to join us.

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Ash N   posted by
October 13, 2020

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