The mission of the Hale Page Diamond Lake Community Association is to maintain and improve our quality of life through inclusive programs that serve the neighborhood’s present and future needs. Further, our mission is to foster a sense of community and to promote the neighborhood as a vibrant place to live and work for people of all races, identities and backgrounds through communication, stewardship, and community involvement.
News & Announcements
What in the HPDL is Happening?!
HPDL events are on the rise!
Thanks for supporting the Nokomis Farmers Market! If you would like to contribute to this and future HPDL events, please scan the QR Code!
Save the dates:
Wednesday, November 16th 7pm-8:30pm at Pearl Park! Annual Meeting and Bingo.
Friday, February 10th 6pm-9pm at Pearl Park
FROST FEST IS BACK!
Monday, November 28th 7pm-8:30pm
Hybrid HPDL Board Meeting
email firstname.lastname@example.org for details
Tiny Free Seed Library
In addition to sponsoring several area gardens, a Free Seed Library has recently been added to increase gardening resources for your garden or yard! The seeds are free and the library runs primarily on donations.
The seed library is located within the community garden on 50th St. between 10th and 11th Avenues. It can be found across the street from the Minnehaha Parkway walking path. Please consider making a donation of seeds or money to keep the library stocked for all to share.
Construction on Bloomington Ave bridge in 2022
Later this winter, the City of Minneapolis Public Works Department will be doing some work on the Bloomington Ave S bridge over Minnehaha Creek. This project will replace the bridge beams, deck, and approach panels.
This work will last approximately four months, and the bridge will be closed during this time. Detours and alternate routes will be posted. The trail on the north side of the creek will remain open.
There are many opportunities to get involved with HPDLCA and serve your community. We depend on volunteers to serve on our special committees, and coordinate events.
To help us advocate for the needs of our community, we desire the input of diverse voices from each neighborhood. Our monthly meetings are open to all residents. Join us!