Storm Debris Collection
Following Sunday’s storm, Minneapolis residents should continue to use the City of Minneapolis’ regular yard waste services to get rid of small storm tree debris. These services include the collection of limbs that are less than three inches in diameter, are cut less than three feet long and are bundled securely with rope or twine. The bundles should not weigh more than 40 pounds.
Yard waste and small storm debris is collected on scheduled garbage days. Residents should have their bundles of small storm debris at their alley or curb line, next to the garbage cart, by 6 am. For more details about the City’s yard waste services, visit the yard waste page on the City of Minneapolis’ website.
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board is not collecting tree debris as a result of Sunday’s storm.
Armatage Movie in the Park
Monday, June 19
8:30 – Activities • Dusk – Movie
Join us at Armatage Park for Pee Wee’s Big Adventure! Bike on down and get a safety check and helmet fitting from Perennial Cycle. Ask questions of a Water Steward, and get tips on how to maintain an eco-friendly yard. Enjoy treats for sale from Sweet Dreams. Free popcorn provided by the park.
Tuesday, June 20 • 6:30pm
Armatage Community Center
- Guest: Tim Schwarz – Polling place change
- Safety Update
- City Council Update
- Park Update
- Review Post-It Ideas from Annual Meeting
- Committee Updates
- Community Engagement
- Green Team
- Summer Festival
- Coordinator Update
- Garage Sales
- Cafe Maude
- August newsletter
- Secretary Report
- Electronic votes
- Supporting Hmong event
- Approval of May minutes
- Approval of $1,400 for Summer Festival inflatables
- Supporting Cafe Maude’s 10th Anniversary celebration to take place Sunday, June 25 • 12:00-5:00pm • Live music
- Electronic votes
- Treasurer Report
- Filing of 990 and MN Atty General
- Board Officer Elections
- Conflict of Interest document
- New Business
Volkswagen has agreed to settle allegations that it violated the federal Clean Air Act by selling vehicles that emit air pollution over the legal limit, and by cheating on federal emission tests to hide the excess pollution. The affected vehicles exceed federal emission limits for nitrogen oxide (NOx), a pollutant that harms public health and contributes to ozone or smog formation.
As part of the settlement, states are eligible to receive funds to pay part of the cost of projects to reduce diesel emissions from vehicles and to install electric vehicle infrastructure. The MPCA is developing Minnesota’s plan for using these funds to improve air quality in our state.
How should Minnesota use $47 million?
Armatage Summer Festival
Sunday, August 13
3:00 – 7:00 pm
Mark your calendars! More details coming soon!