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The East Harriet Neighborhood Association (EHNA) serves as a voice of our community when connecting with the city. We foster relationships with our neighbors, partners and the natural environment. It is our vision to foster a just, engaged and livable community, to amplify the voices of all. 


East Harriet's volunteer board of directors consists of neighborhood residents and business owners who serve two-year terms. Board members have a broad variety of occupational backgrounds and interests. They focus their energies on the overall direction of the neighborhood as well as on committee work.


At-large members


Neighborhood & Equitable Engagement

When: 6:30pm, the 1st Wednesday of even numbered months


This committee focuses on events and outreach. The events can include Fall Fest, the Kite Festival, Happy Hours and a tent at Lyndale Open Streets. This committee recently spearheaded a neighborhood rebranding effort. A crucial goal for this committee is to make sure all residents and business owners are informed about what's happening in the neighborhood. 


Get involved: If you have something you'd like to discuss or learn more about, join us for a meeting!

Parks & Special projects

When: 7:30pm, the 1st Wednesday of even numbered months.


​Are you hoping to support projects related to our wonderful neighborhood parks, schools and special funding initiatives - join the Parks and Special Projects Committee!


Get involved: If you have something you'd like to discuss or learn more about, join us for a meeting!


The neighborhood at-large elects new board members at EHFNA's annual meeting and we are always looking for new faces, new energy, and new ideas to join us. Interested in learning more? Contact the East Harriet office by calling 612.430.9161 or contacting us via email.


The East Harriet Neighborhood Association meets regularly on the first Wednesday of each month. Board meetings are currently held every other month via Zoom, at 7:00 pm. Please contact us for the meeting link.

Annual Meeting

Stay Up-to-date

Our yearly meeting is held in the Spring, often on a Saturday in May.

Subscribe to our newsletter to stay up to date on EHNA activities.



View the East Harriet Neighborhood Association's bylaws.


Grievance Policy

View Grievance Policy found on page 5, Article XI of the Neighborhood Association's bylaws.


Standard of Conduct Policy

View the Neighborhood Association's Standard of Conduct Policy for EHNA meetings, Mission Statement and Vision.

monthly newsletter and minutes

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