On November 19th, the Armatage Neighborhood Association presented the Neighborhood…More...
Personal Safety Worshop
The Armatage Neighborhood Association, in partnership with the Minneapolis Police Department, is proud to sponsor a Personal Safety Workshop
This event will be held on Monday, April 21st from 7:00-8:30pm at the Armatage Park building, 5700 West 57th Street, MinneapolisRead more...
Armatage Summer Festival
- Published on Tuesday, 24 July 2012 12:47
Monday, August 12 2013 - 6-8:30 p.m. Armatage Park
Join your friends and neighbors for this fun night at the park! There will be a collector car show (more information here), food, Sebastian Joe's ice cream, face painting, games, magic show (6:30-7), moonwalk, inflatable obstacle course, silent auction (over $4,000 worth of items to bid on!), skateboarding contests, yoga sessions by Invisible Bee Yoga and live music by Jack Klatt & the Cat Swingers http://jackklatt.com/!
Armatage365 Photobooks Available
- Published on Sunday, 15 July 2012 09:56
- Scott Beamish
- Justin Bullis
- Todd Cogan
- Erik Gilg
- Jessica Henrikson
- Mike Levad
- Misty Borg Misterek
- Janelle Nivens
- Mark Noble
- Noah Schuchman
- C.M. Skrzynecki
Thanks to ANA board member Nicole Lindberg, a photobook for the Armatage365 pictures is now available. Each of the project photographers will be given a photobook at the July ANA meeting. There will be a small number of books available for purchase at the Armatage Summer Festival on August 13 and they are also available online at:
May Crime Reports: Linden Hills, Fulton, Armatage, Kenny, Lynnhurst
- Published on Tuesday, 19 June 2012 08:37
May 2 At about 8:40 a.m., a male exposed himself to a victim while standing in the driveway of a home on the 4600 block of Drew in Linden Hills. The suspect had his sweatpants down around his ankles. The suspect went westbound on 47th St and was gone when police arrived.
On May 10, 26-year-old Travis Scott Hanson was arrested for probable cause felony indecent exposure. Hanson was positively identified by an adult female victim. Hanson was subsequently released pending criminal complaint. Hanson has a prior conviction in Washington County for 3rd degree felony possession of drugs.
The Minneapolis Police department asks that residents contact the 5th Precinct at 673-5715 with any additional information about this individual. Please call 911 immediately when you see suspicious persons, vehicles, and/or activity in your neighborhood.
May 26 At approximately 1:45 p.m. a suspicious vehicle was seen in an alley near 49th Street W. between Penn and Queen Avenues. A faded red, older model sedan, possible a Honda Accord or similar pulled up next to an 11 year old female who was taking a walk. The driver of the vehicle, a white male, approximately 25-30 years old, scarring or pockmarks on face, with a brown crew cut, medium build wearing a brown t-shirt asked the girl if she wanted a ride. She said no and walked away. The area was checked but officers were unable to locate the vehicle or suspect.
April Crime Reports
- Published on Monday, 11 June 2012 11:44
Crime Reports: Fulton, Linden Hills, Armatage, Kenny, Lynnhurst
Forced entry property crimes
April 11 Between 5 p.m. and 6:50 a.m., an unknown suspect forced entry to a home on the 4900 block of Emerson in Lynnhurst and took unlisted item(s).
April 12 At about 1:40 a.m., officers saw a male walking on the sidewalk near 52nd & Penn carrying a scooter. Officers noted that there have been a number of garage burglaries and thefts from motor vehicles in this area. 21-year-old Adam Lloyd Tymeson of 6037 Penn Ave South was arrested for a misdemeanor warrant for carrying prohibited weapons. Tymeson has prior convictions in Minnesota for possession/sale of a small amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
April 21 Between April 21 and 24, an unknown suspect broke into a vehicle which was parked in the driveway of a home on the 4400 block of Zenith in Linden Hills and took change.
April 25 At about noon, police were dispatched to a theft from person at 50th & Xerxes. The victim told police that a suspect attempted to take her cell phone out of her hand. The victim stated that the suspect fled from the area after she screamed. Squads checked the area but did not find the suspect.
HOME Plus at Armatage Park
- Published on Monday, 04 June 2012 08:53
A FAMILY DINNER & NO DISHES!
Are you interested in having more meals with your family?
HOME Plus, a family-focused research study to promote healthful behaviors in partnership with Minneapolis Park and Recs, is looking for parents who:
- Have an 8-12 year old child
- Are the primary meal-preparers
- Can speak, read, and write in English
- Are interested in increasing family meals and healthy behaviors in their home
- Information on healthy eating from September 2012-June 2013 either through monthly newsletters or by attending a fun session with your family that includes hands-on cooking one night a month at Armatage park & rec center.
- You and your 8-12 year old child will complete surveys in the convenience of your home 3 times over the next 2 ½ years.
- A $75 Target gift card for each of the home visits. Your first one will be this summer!
Visit us online at www.homeplusstudy.org
Alert to Residents
- Published on Wednesday, 30 May 2012 09:40
On May 26, 2012 at approximately 1:45 p.m. a suspicious vehicle was seen in an alley near 49th Street W. between Penn and Queen Avenues A faded red, older model sedan, possible a Honda Accord or similar pulled up next to an 11 year old female who was taking a walk. The driver of the vehicle, a white male, approximately 25-30 years old, scarring or pockmarks on face, with a brown crew cut, medium build wearing a brown t-shirt asked the girl if she wanted a ride. She said no and walked away.
The area was checked but officers were unable to locate the vehicle or suspect.
The following are some tips for parents when talking to their children regarding strangers:
1. Teach your child(ren) your address and phone number, including the area code. Instruct your child(ren) on how to use the telephone to call home, and in an emergency, 911.
2. Keep an updated file on your child, including a photograph and physical description. If your child is under two years of age, you should update the information at least four times each year.
3. Pay close attention to the clothing your child is wearing each day and never display your child's name on his/or clothes or books. Children will often respond to strangers who call them by name.