Capitol River Council District 17 gives voice to the residents and businesses of downtown Saint Paul.
Saint Paul District Councils support neighborhood participation in governance.
Lowertown Landing is a non-profit dedicated to supporting the continued growth and rejuvenation of the Lowertown district in Saint Paul, MN.
City of Saint Paul Planning and Economic Development administers a variety of planning, housing, business, and economic development activities.
Dayton’s Bluff District 4 Community Council is a neighborhood organization designed to encourage participation in and awareness of the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood.
Saint Paul on the Mississippi Design Center is a multi-disciplinary urban design and development team whose mission is to enhance the quality of life in Saint Paul.
Saint Paul Great River Park Master Plan guides a grand vision for unifying the entire length of Saint Paul’s riverfront.
The Central Corridor Light Rail Transit line will connect downtown Minneapolis and downtown St. Paul along University and Washington avenues through the State Capitol complex, Midway area, and University of Minnesota.
District Councils Collaborative facilitates neighborhood participation in the development of the Central Corridor Light Rail Transit and ensures that the needs and interests of residents and businesses are represented.
The Saint Paul Farmers’ Market is located in Lowertown and offers locally grown produce, as well as baked goods, meats, and other items.
Union Depot and the Ramsey County Regional Rail Authority is dedicated to a long-range vision of transit services to meet changing needs for today and for succeeding generations.
The Lower Phalen Creek Project is a multi-faceted effort to improve local water quality and revitalize Saint Paul’s East Side neighborhoods by enhancing their ecological health and connections to the Mississippi River.