The Tangletown Neighborhood Association is composed of residents and members of the business community who volunteer to serve the neighborhood. We meet monthly to evaluate and promote Tangletown, provide a forum for issues that affect us, keep the community informed about relevant proposals and activities, cooperate with other organizations on common issues, and sponsor social and other events. In any given year our group ranges from ten to fifteen members.
Open public meetings of the TNA Board are held on the third Monday of the month at Fuller Park at 7 p.m. All are welcome!
The Tangletown Board holds an annual meeting the third Monday in May, 7 p.m., at Fuller Park. Business discussions are minimized for this board meeting, replaced with broader topics addressing issues affecting the neighborhood or core initiatives in response to public feedback. We encourage you to attend the annual meeting as an introduction to the board and broader operations.
Open board seats are filled by an election held at our annual meeting in May, with board officer elections in June.
Tangletown is a neighborhood in the Southwest community of Minneapolis. The neighborhood was officially known as Fuller until 1996 when it was changed to the present name, which reflects the winding streets in the neighborhood that do not conform to the regular street grid of South Minneapolis. The neighborhood boundaries are 46th Street to the north, Interstate 35W to the east, Diamond Lake Road to the south, and Lyndale Avenue South to the west.
Click here for link to TNA Bylaws
Show your Tangletown pride with a Tangletown T-shirt! A limited number of items are now available. Each is reasonably priced and features a Tangletown “T” logo. $2 from each sale ($1 from smaller items) helps support your Tangletown Neighborhood Association. See http://www.cafepress.com/tangletown