There have been a few recent car or garage break-ins in Kingfield, including this one:

“Our garage on the 3900 block of Pleasant was broken into Saturday 4/24 in the afternoon. The thief snipped a padlock on the outside of the garage to gain access, then snipped a bike lock that attached a bike to the wall of the garage and took the bike. He or she took nothing else. However, an unfamiliar bike was left behind in the alley right next to the garage. The police officer who came to write up the case said it’s common this time of year that folks will “upgrade” their bikes, leaving their old ones behind.”


“The mobile drug dealing is in FULL swing in East Harriet and Kingfield. I have witnessed several occurrences in front of my house and have even yelled at the people in the cars (which I know I should not do!) as well as taken down license plates and emailed them to Amy Lavender, our new crime prevention specialist. I have called 911, too, if I have a good description of the car(s).

All this being said, I think it’s extremely important that we all know what to do and what not to do, when we witness a drug deal. I also think it’s important for our communities to know and understand what the police do with the information we provide and why it’s REALLY important that we don’t ignore what’s going on.”

Here is the key info about mobile drug dealing: Mobile Drug Dealing Info

Little Kids Summer Soccer

Parent-Led Fundamental Soccer Camp for Boys and Girls ages 4 – 9 plus

Saturdays, June 19th – August 7th

10:00-11:15 am

ML King Park, 4055 Nicollet Ave S 55409

Register online at:

Registration Form & Information

The owners and staff of the Grand Cafe would like to thank its Kingfield Neighbors for their generosity of spirit during a difficult time. Chef Jon Radle’s untimely passing was a shock to us all. We are so grateful for your kind words, thoughtful gifts and unwavering support.

On behalf of the Radle family, memorials can be sent to:
The Jon Radle Memorial Fund
Associated Bank
2001 Coulee Road
Hudson, WI 54016

We look forward to seeing you at the Cafe as we move forward into Spring with Ben Pichler at the helm. Ben was associate chef and worked side by side with Jon for two years. He will continue Jon’s commitment to creativity and excellence and we are delighted to see him grow into the position of executive chef.

Again, our heartfelt thanks,
Mary and Dan Hunter
Owners, The Grand Cafe

3804 Grand Ave. S
Minneapolis, MN 55409
612.822.8260 Direct
612.822.8267 Fax


Inspector Eddie Frizell and the 5th Precinct would like to invite you to an open house to learn about the Minneapolis Police Department.

Fun, free, and family-friendly. Refreshments will be available and there are drawings for prizes. Come join us and bring your friends!

Thursday, May 13th, 2010, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

If it’s still raining, it will be an indoor-outdoor event. The units like Bomb Squad, Mounted Patrol, etc, will still be outside in the back parking lot. Everything else will be inside.

Police lot off 1st Ave at 3101 Nicollet Ave South

  • MPD Bomb Squad
  • MPD K-9
  • 311
  • Solid Waste
  • HCMC Ambulance
  • MPLS Animal Control
  • MN Highway Helper
  • MPD Horse Patrol
  • P.A.L.
  • MPD Traffic Unit

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Time once again for the annual Plant Swap sponsored by the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board Southeast Lakes District CSA. You must bring plants to be able to participate. Meet other gardeners and learn from their experience! Bring what you can spare and take what you can use.

Sat May 8. 1:00-2:00 p.m.  Free.

Lyndale Farmstead Park, 3900 Bryant Av. S., Mpls. 612-370-4948

Flyers will be available at Fuller, M.L. King, and Lyndale Farmstead Parks.

Last chance! Tomorrow, Friday, April 23rd, is the final day for Minneapolis residents to order a $25 tree through the Minneapolis City Trees program.  There were exactly 108 trees (21 Kentucky coffee trees and 87 Redmon lindens) left for sale Thursday morning through the City Trees program.  If you know of anyone that still has not ordered a tree and has open space in their yard, please send this on to them or give them an encouraging call.  This is a great time for residents to get out ahead of the emerald ash borer and start the next generation of urban trees.  Orders for trees can be placed at

JamieThe Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) will host an informational meeting on Tuesday, April 27, about the possibility of developing a dog park in the Kingfield neighborhood. The public is invited to attend.

The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. at the Martin Luther King Recreation Center, 4055 Nicollet Ave. S. Brad Bourn, MPRB District 6 Commissioner, and staff will be on hand to discuss a dog park and answer questions.

For more information on the meeting, contact Bourn at 612-230-6443, Ext. 6, or  For more information on how you can help and to see a map of the park go here.

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