Community Work Groups
The mission of the Public Art Working Group is to enhance livability, pride, interaction and vibrancy through public art in the Midway community, in ways that foster dialogue and connection.
Find out more information about Midway Murals here.
The Hamline University Neighborhood Advisory Committee has been established to improve and enhance communication and relationships between Hamline University and the Hamline Midway community; to establish an ongoing process for the Hamline Midway community and Hamline University to work together on matters of mutual interest and to strengthen community partnerships; to provide Hamline University with an opportunity to engage with the community on University matters that directly impact the local neighborhood and community; and to advise the City of St. Paul on University projects and plans that require the involvement of the City and that directly impact the local community.
The Hamline Midway Early Learning Coalition exists to connect resources to people and people to each other by actively pursuing and demanding equitable access for all families within our community.
Hamline Midway Coalition convened a work group in 2018 to identify ways to support economic development on North Snelling Ave. While the initial focus targeted specific vacant buildings, the goal of the workgroup is broadening to build a more cohesive identity to North Snelling by expanding our partnerships, stakeholders, and residents. Find more information here.
A network of neighbors that meet regularly to undertake trash cleanups throughout the Hamline Midway neighborhood. Cleanups are organized around volunteers’ individual schedules and happen on an ongoing basis as long as there is no snow on the ground. If you want to become part of this collaborative effort to keep the neighborhood clean, join the Facebook group or email Jennifer at email@example.com.