prospect park

Boundaries Southeast Oak Street to the west; Southeast Emerald Street (St. Paul border) to the east; Mississippi River to the south and railroad tracks to the north.


Neighborhood description and demographic information

Neighborhood organization: Prospect Park/East River Road Improvement Association

Council Member: Cam Gordon, Ward 2

Police: 2nd Precinct

Prospect Park

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Envisioning the Central Corridor

Community members discuss future of LRT between Minneapolis and St. Paul

More than 50 years after the dismantling of the streetcar line that once looped between Minneapolis and St. Paul, discussions are underway among stakeholders from both cities about the Central Corridor, the 11-mile light-rail transit (LRT) line that ...

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Tuttle supporters state their case against closure

March 28 meeting featured district’s reasoning and community’s testimonies

One week after learning that their school might be closed this fall, parents, staff and supporters at Tuttle Community School packed the school’s theater to hear why Minneapolis Public School (MPS) staff made the recommendation and to lobby School ...

Prospect Park East River Road Improvement Association (PPERRIA)

March 26, 2007, membership and board meeting

Paul Zerby, chair of the PPERRIA board nominating committee, described the goals of the nominating committee. Nominations may be sent to Zerby, 612 379-8095 and Elections will be held ...

Tuttle/Pratt merger mobilizes Southeast parents and school supporters

Tuttle supporters to meet tonight at 7 p.m., Tuttle School

At a March 20 meeting, along with the expected move to close five North Side schools, Minneapolis Schools (MPS) staff recommended that Tuttle and Pratt community schools merge in the Pratt building to form a single K–5 program — and that ...

Pratt School public meeting scheduled for Monday, March 19

Parents, residents and school representatives to discuss possible school closing

Concerned parents and residents invite community members to attend a meeting at Pratt Community Education Center, 66 Malcolm Ave. SE, starting at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, March 19 to discuss the possible closing of Minneapolis public schools. While ...

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