St. Anthony East is where hometown meets downtown, creating a vibrant community we’re all proud to be a part of.

Community Meeting
February 27th, 7pm
Webster Elementary

Join us on Monday, February 27th at Webster Elementary for our first Community Meeting of the year!  To start off the year, we want review our Small Area Plan, which was created in 2014 using resident input.  With Minneapolis quickly changing and growing to accommodate all the interest in living in our wonderful city, we need to be prepared!  SAENA has been approached by developers to build onto an existing property and rezone.  Please come to meet the team behind the vision from Lakes | Sotheby’s International Realty and DJR Architecture and to participate in a discussion about the proposed project.  This is YOUR neighborhood and everyone is welcome and encouraged to voice their ideas.  Afterward, we will bring out our artistic skills to create images of what parts of the neighborhood represent it best!  Kids are encouraged to attend!

Our Mission and Goals

The purpose of the St. Anthony East Neighborhood Association (SAENA) is to promote the betterment of the community and improve the human environment within the neighborhood boundaries and surrounding area(s), through plans and projects as may be appropriate to accomplish these purposes including the following objectives.

1. To facilitate cooperation and establish lines of communication among the residents of the St. Anthony East Neighborhood Association with the City of Minneapolis, its agencies and other public and private organizations and/or agencies.

2. To improve the quality of housing and public and private services and facilities in upgrading the neighborhood.

3. To study and review all proposals of a commercial, residential or housing development of rehabilitation nature that may have an impact on the neighborhood or surrounding area(s), and make recommendations to the City of Minneapolis.

4. To promote leadership in opposing any zone changes or laws that come before the Minneapolis City Council that are not in the neighborhood’s best interests, and supporting any zone changes or laws that come before the Minneapolis City Council that are in the neighborhood’s best interests.

Source: SAENA Bylaws – 2015