CLPC Annual Meeting March 24th at the Mpls Woman's Club Learn more about this great event Click here
March News and Events in Loring Park
Learn about the latest news and events in the Loring Park Neighborhood Go to See March news letter here
||Love Loring April 9th at the Historic Eugene Carpenter Mansion on Loring Hill
Join your friends and neighbors for this annual benefit to support Citizens for a Loring Park Community (CLPC).
Horderves, music, silent auction and excellent conversation make this an event you won't want to miss.
Order your tickets Today See here
Loring Park Neighborhood Rezoning Study
The City of Minneapolis is conducting a rezoning study in order to implement the adopted Loring Park Neighborhood Master Plan. Rezoning studies result in a recommendation to change the zoning of multiple parcels so that zoning is consistant with adopted future land use plans for the area.
More information: Rezoning Study Website
Check out these videos of CLPC sponsored events
Loring Park Curry Dinner (December 2014)
Loring Park Winterfest (December 2014)
Tribute to neighbor and civil rights leader Dr. Josie Johnson (June 2014)
Loring Park Music Festival (June 2014)
Loring Park Family Aquatenniel Event (July 2014)
Contribute to CLPC
Learn how you can help the organization that has been a voice for the
community for over forty years.
Make a contribution
Learn more about CLPC's special role in our community
Review the Loring Park Neighborhood Master Plan - an adopted city plan
The Loring Park Neighborhood is setting the course for a more beautiful and sustainable community over the next twenty years.
Check out the master plan web page to see the master plan, plus records from all the Community events, Workshops, Focus Groups, and Individual interviews that were conducted in order to make a plan that is truely community based. click here
Loring Master Plan wins APA MN Award
The Loring Park Neighborhood Master Plan was chosen as the 2013 winner of the Planning In Context Award by the Minnesota chapter of the American Planning Association. Judged by a national panel of urban planners, the award was accepted by CLPC and the Peter Musty, LLC team at the Upper Midwest Planners Conference in Rochester, MN on Septmber 18th.
Congratulations and thanks go out to the master plan steering committee, CLPC staff, our consultants, and to all of the dedicated community members who made the master plan possible.
Loring Park LEED-ND - a National Case Study Pilot Project For Existing Neighborhoods
The Loring Park Neighborhood is on course to be the nation's first entire existing neighborhood to receive LEED certification. Through a partnership with the Minnesota chapter of the USGBC a path to certification has been established using LEED for Neighborhood Development Guidelines. Credits will be based on the neighborhood's current sustainable attributes and also the goals laid-out in the Loring Park Neighborhood Master Plan. LEED is an internationally recognized standard for 'green' building and design.
LEED-ND Analysis of Loring Park N.hood - CURA study
Sustainability Chapter - Loring Park Neighborhood Master Plan
The Loring Park Neighborhood NRP Phase II
Ten Year Action Plan
This neighborhood plan was approved by the community in September of 2008. It was also approved by the CLPC Board of Directors, by the NRP Policy Board, and by the Minneapolis City Council.
See final NRP Phase II Loring Park Ten Year Action Plan
The Loring Greenway Association
Keeping the Greenway green is a challenge. Please join a growing number of concerned citizens in preserving and maintaining our splendid Loring Greenway. LGA Website
Minneapolis has created a Pedestrian Masterplan
The city is creating a plan to address the the pedestrian needs of the city
city web page
Nicollet Avenue Development Guidelines
Citizens for a Loring Park Community has taken a proactive stance to the future development of Nicollet Avenue. The attached guidelines were developed by CLPC's Nicollet Avenue Task Force in conjunction with the Corridor Housing Initiative. In addition to providing the neighborhood with technical assistance from the city of Minneapolis and the University of Minnesota this program brought in participation and input from area business owners, property owners and residents. These guidelines were approved by the CLPC Board of Directors on August 9, 2004. Click on the title above to view guidelines.
Loring Hill Design Guidelines - approved by CLPC board 9-13-06
With input and participation from a broad spectrum of the community the Loring Park neighborhood now has an important document to help guide the future of the unique and historic area known as Loring Hill.