Welcome to 13 Great Neighborhoods along 1 Light Rail Line.

The Green Line opens Saturday, June 14!

The Green Line Light Rail will begin moving residents, workers, shoppers, students, and visitors between downtown St. Paul and downtown Minneapolis, and all places between, on June 14, 2014.

The District Councils Collaborative of Saint Paul and Minneapolis welcomes you to the great neighborhoods served by light rail. Explore our web site and learn more about our communities, the issues and potential solutions, and how all the pieces fit together at each LRT station. And most importantly, get involved!

For more infomation about the opening of the Green Line go to Metro Transit's Green Line website and the Metropolitian Council's Green Line website

On Saturday, June 14 from 10 am until 4 pm there will be 9 Community Celebrations along the Green Line.

Station CelebrationLead Planning ParterNeighborhood(s) and Business Node(s)Contact PersonContact Info
Union DepotMetropolitan CouncilLowertown  
CentralDowntown St. Paul Business PartnersDowntown St. PaulRobert Droddy651-329-3842


WesternAsian Economic Development Association (AEDA)Little Mekong, Rice Street-North EndVa-Megn Thoj


VictoriaModel Cities and Aurora/St. Anthony Neighborhood Development Corporation (ASANDC)Historic Rondo, Historic Frogtown, Summit-U, Dale StreetModel Cities: Dr. Beverley Hawkins
ASANDC: Nieeta Presley

Model Cities: 651-632-8350
ASANDC: 651-288-0399

HamlineMidway Chamber of CommerceMidway, Little Africa, Union ParkKari Canfield


RaymondSt. Anthony Park Community Council, District 12Raymond Creative Enterprise Zone, Prospect ParkAmy Sparks


Stadium VillageStadium Village Commercial AssociationUniversity of Minnesota, Stadium VillageChris Ferguson


West BankWest Bank Business AssociationWest Bank, Cedar Riverside, University of MinnesotaJamie Schumacher612-326-9652
Target FieldMetro TransitDowntown Minneapolis, North Loop  


Learn more about DCC Projects: 


Corridors 2 Careers


The Green Line Walkability Survey


Transit, More than a Ride-Trusted Advocate Project


Stops for Us