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.
Volunteer with us!
What in the HPDL is Happening?!
Join HPDL as a volunteer in 2024!
HPDL is looking for volunteers to help us with our signature events in 2024. Fill out the form here to join our mailing list to learn about upcoming opportunities!
Votes are IN!!
Thank you for helping to choose the name of the new building!
As many of you know, there is a new commercial apartment building coming the the neighborhood. We have hosted Q&A meetings with the developer for neighbors living near the new facility. With this change coming, neighbors have the opportunity to name it! Many community members have submitted name suggestions and the HPDL Board of Directors picked the top ten. You all voted from the top 10 to pick the winning three names. The final name has been chosen and the new name is officially announced: The Pearl
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.
Open Board Seats
This Spring, the Hale Page Diamond Lake Community elected 2 new board members to the Board of Directors, one from Hale and one from Page. If in the future you want to work with amazing and dedicated neighbors through events, projects, and programming, consider joining us! Do you have a passion for collaborating and creating in an engaging and welcoming community? Consider running for one of our open board seats next year!
Other Ways to be Involved
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!
Now Running -
Metro D Line!
The METRO D Line is here. This 18 mile route starts at the Mall of America, runs right through our neighborhood on Portland and Chicago, heads into downtown Minneapolis, and ends in Brooklyn Center.
This bus allows you to pay before you hop on so you can enter through any door. It also provides push-button heaters, security cameras, emergency phones, and trash and recycling bins.
Try out the rapid transit bus that brings better amenities, faster service, and a more comfortable ride.
HPDL Community Association Office
5144 13th Ave South
Minneapolis, MN 55417
612-325-9003 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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