Sunday Series looks at St. Paul’s bike plan and garbage

District 10’s free Sunday Series concludes in April with two sessions to make sure the community is up to speed with new developments in the city.


The Truth About St. Paul’s Bike Plan

St. Paul is adding more paint and paths to make bicycling safer, more accessible and more useful for more riders. This session will examine District 10’s bike plans, including the Grand Round on Wheelock Parkway through Como Park and along Como Avenue. The discussion will cover the timetables of potential projects, the different types of bicycle amenities (lanes, paths and “sharrows”) and the needs of different types of riders.

“The Truth About St. Paul’s Bike Plan” will be held Sunday April 10, 1 p.m., at the Historic Streetcar Station.


Garbage 101

Think you know the best way to get rid of all your waste? The fact is, trash and recycling are constantly changing in St. Paul and Ramsey County.

Representatives from the city, county, Eureka Recycling and District 10 will discuss the do’s, don’ts and what’s coming next in recycling, trash, yard waste, composting and more. The event includes an overview of St. Paul’s latest initiative to organize trash collection, plus the scoop about District 10’s own organics composting drop-off site.

“Garbage 101” will be held Sunday April 17, at 1 p.m. at Como Park Lutheran Church, 1376 W. Hoyt Ave.

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