Audubon Neighborhood Association

Northeast Minneapolis Minnesota

The Audubon Park neighborhood is bounded by St. Anthony Parkway, Central Avenue, Lowry Avenue and Stinson Parkway.

Get Involved!

Serve on the ANA Board

The Board is responsible for overall policy and direction of the organization, and delegates responsibility of day-to-day operations to the staff and committees. The Board will consist of at least 5 and no more than 9 members. Board members are volunteers and receive no monetary compensation for their service to the organization.

Terms for directors are 2 years starting the month following the Annual October Meeting in which they were elected. Directors can serve a maximum of 5 consecutive terms.

Board eligibility requirements:

  • A person over the age of 18 who resides in or owns a business (or property) in the Audubon Park neighborhood.
  • An individual representative appointed by a nonprofit or government institution that operates within the Audubon Park neighborhood.

Board of Directors application submissions may be received in 4 ways:

  • In person: October 1, 7:30pm at the Audubon Community Meeting General Election Location: Audubon Park Recreation Center, 1320 29th Avenue NE, Minneapolis, MN 55418
  • Online: ANA Board of Directors Application Form (gform)
  • Email application to:
  • Mail application to: Audubon Neighborhood Association, 2600 Johnson Street NE, Minneapolis, MN 55418

Attend a Community Meeting

Neighborhood Association's Annual Meeting & Fundraiser | Monday October 1 2018 | 7:00pm

Support Audubon Neighborhood Association

Audubon Farmers Market has free produce for kids!

Power of Produce is just for kids ages 3 to 13. Each child will receive a $2 token to buy their own fresh fruit or veggie from our vendors at the Farmers Market. Stop by the Audubon Neighborhood table to learn more and sign up.

The mission of the Audubon Neighborhood Association is to encourage interaction and involvement amongst the people in our community and its organizations; to foster the continuing improvement of property and businesses within its boundaries; to increase security and safety within the neighborhood; to convey to other organizations, including government and business, the concerns of the neighbors represented.