The Windom Park neighborhood of Minneapolis is bounded on the north by Lowry Avenue NE, on the west by Central Avenue NE, on the south by 18th Avenue NE and on the east by New Brighton Boulevard. Windom Park is named after William Windom, who served from the mid- to late 1800s as a United States senator from Minnesota and as secretary of the U.S. Department of Treasury.
This is a mainly residential neighborhood; single-family dwellings tend to predominate in the eastern quadrant, while multifamily buildings are a feature in the western quadrant, particularly in the vicinity of Central Avenue. Central Avenue, the neighborhood’s western border, is a very active commercial corridor. Many ethnic restaurants line the street, showing how new immigrants are reshaping the neighborhood.
– from the City of Minneapolis web site
Windom Park Citizens in Action (WPCiA), a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, is the city-designated community engagement and Neighborhood Revitalization Program organization for this geographic area of Minneapolis. We welcome all participants at our meetings. Neighborhood members vote at our community meetings, held on the third Tuesday of the month. Our nine-member Board of Directors meets the fourth Tuesday of the month.
We meet at accessible locations, along bus lines, and with access to free parking. Please contact us at least seven business days in advance of the neighborhood meeting to request other accommodations.
“Kids Corner Hang-Out” Available During Meetings
The service is available during scheduled WPCiA neighborhood meetings at the rec center on the third Tuesday of the month from 7-9 p.m. (Check here for any last-minute schedule changes.) Participating children must be toilet-trained. Parent or guardian must register at the rec center’s front desk (2251 Hayes St. NE) or at minneapolisparks.org.
Windom Park Citizens in Action (WPCiA) is a 501c3 non-profit that serves as the voice of Windom Park neighborhood in Northeast Minneapolis. It is the city-designated citizen participation organization for this geographic area of Minneapolis, as well as the neighborhood's contracting organization for the city's Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP).