Phone: 651-695-4000 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Edgcumbe Recreation Center, 320 South Griggs Street, St. Paul, MN 55105 Office Hours: Mondays 3:00pm-6:00pm | Thursdays 12:00pm-2:00pm or by appointment Monday-Friday between 9:00am-4:00pm
MAP NOW AVAILABLE for the GREAT MACALESTER-GROVELAND GARAGE SALE Saturday, September 20, 2014 8am-3pm
The Great Macalester-Groveland Garage Sale is almost here! Get ready to find some great deals at sales throughout the neighborhood. See the map of sales or view a list including types of items for sale.
Community Cleanups are one-day events that allow residents to discard just about anything. District Councils work in partnership with the City to bring together haulers and vendors in one central location and make efforts to reuse or recycle your old stuff for less cost than you would pay a garbage hauler to take it away.
Thank you to everyone who submitted a 2014 Native Garden Award nomination! Unlike the Alley Garden Awards program, the Native Garden Awards rely exclusively on your nominations to recognize well-maintained native gardens.
Awards will be determined by the end of August. Keep an eye out for updates on awards given as well as the tour map of Macalester-Groveland's award-winning native gardens!
Please read below for more information about the proposed plans to resurface or repave Randolph Ave between Brimhall and 35E. Information provided by Ramsey County.
The Current State of Randolph Avenue
Randolph Avenue (between Brimhall and Interstate 35E), has serious structural defects which contribute to a short service life for a resurfacing project. Businesses and residents have shared their concerns about the about the condition of Randolph Avenue for more than ten years.
Liz Boyer will become the new executive director of the Macalester-Groveland Community Council (MGCC) on May 20th. Boyer brings to the council a strong background in nonprofit work, land use issues and community outreach. According to MGCC President Bob Shoemake, “This community council is on a strong upward trajectory. In the process of completing our once-a-decade revision of our community plan, we have already engaged more than ten percent of our neighborhood, including students, renters, business owners, faith communities, landlords and homeowners.
As of June 1st, the Macalester-Groveland Organics Recycling Drop-off Site is now a completely free service to anyone who lives or works in Saint Paul, thanks to support from the City of Saint Paul. Although there will not be a fee for using the Drop-off Site during the next operating year (June 1, 2014 through May 31, 2015), all members (both new and renewing) must complete a new registration form.
Join the Local Foods Resource Hub Become a member and gain access to a wealth of resources including seeds, seedlings, classes (last year's classes included Edible Landscaping, Beekeeping, Seed Saving, Canning/Preserving, Pest Management and more!), a tool library, and a network of fellow local food gardeners and advocates in Saint Paul.
Join a neighborhood ride, host a neighborhood ride, explore the city and meet your neighbors. St. Paul Bikes is currently looking to expand the network of neighborhood bikers (welcoming all ages and levels) to join on monthly bike rides and to host future rides. Visit www.facebook.com/SaintPaulBikes to join in on the fun!
Learn more about the Organics Recycling Drop-Off Site and sign up to participate on our Organics page.
Need recycling bins? Stop by the Edgcumbe Recreation Center (320 South Griggs Street) during open hours (Monday - Thursday 9am - 8pm, Friday 9am - 6pm). The Community Council keeps a stack of blue recycling bins just inside the front door - please take no more than two per household. Recycling in Macalester-Groveland is picked up at the curb each Friday. Please have your recyclables set out by 7am Friday morning. For more information on recycling, see our recycling page.