Urban, Local, Historic
Welcome to Little Bohemia, an eclectic, historic, urban neighborhood in Saint Paul. We are located in the bustling West 7th Street area, a stone's throw from the Mississippi River, near Downtown. Little Bohemia is an amazing place to live, work and play, where neighbors share a common interest in a sustainable quality of life and support our neighborhood schools, parks, businesses and cultural institutions. This site is hosted by the Little Bohemia Neighborhood Association (LBNA). Go to the About section to find out more about us and to join us in our efforts.
News and Events
Community rallies to preserve Justus Ramsey House
Posted by the Community Reporter, November 7, 2022
The West 7th preservation community is rallying to save the Justus Ramsey House, a small stone structure situated on the patio of Burger Moe’s. The house for neighborhood preservationists represents irreplaceable history and may soon be leveled. More...
Little Bohemia Volunteers Beautify Bike Trail with Fall Planting
Posted by the Community Reporter, November 1, 2021
A group of 25 neighborhood volunteers took advantage of unseasonably warm fall weather back on Sept. 25 to continue work on phase 3 of a long-term landscaping effort called the Little Bohemia Trail Enhancement Project.
West End Home Rescued from Wrecking Ball by Little Bohemia Association, Historic St. Paul
Posted by the Community Reporter, September 4, 2021
Another 19th century home in the West End has been saved from likely demolition, thanks to efforts of the Little Bohemia Association and Historic St. Paul.
The Galvin–Shearen House, a one-story cottage-style home at 47 Douglas St., has been vacant for several years and owned by St. Paul’s Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA) since 2010. It is now scheduled for a complete makeover. More...
Historic House Welcomes New Owners!
In the spring of 2020, the rehabilitation of 412 Goodrich was finally completed! And in only a short time on the market, it was sold to a new family who have begun living there. The John and Ann Lewis House is once again a family home providing a vital connection to the neighborhood's past and ensuring this connection well into its future.
Thank you to all of our neighbors who supported this project. For more information, visit: www.historicsaintpaul.org/412Goodrich
Little Bohemia Apparel Available
Pick up a LBNA T-shirt, hoodie, tank tops and other cool merchandise from our new online apparel provider. All featuring the Little Bohemia Neighborhood Association logo! Proceeds from the sale of our LBNA merchandise help support LBNA activities, such as the neighborhood garage sale. Click here to check out the full range of apparel and to place your order.
Join Our Garden Committee
The LBNA is working on gardening projects throughout the neighborhood, centering around Pleasant Place and the 35E bike path. You can adopt an area to maintain, or join us for a series of group gardening nights.
If you would like to volunteer your time and talents toward the beautification of Little Bohemia, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LBNA Monthly Meeting
When: Tuesday, January 2, 2024
Time: 7pm - 8:15pm
Where: In person meeting; Community Room of Senior Cottages; Enter though door between 161 Erie and 163 Erie.
Hope you can make it!
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Rehab and Homeowner Classes
Rethos offers classes and workshops that help you better understand and maintain your home, such as Handyman Special, Plaster Repair, or Winterizing Wooden Windows. Click here for schedules and more information.
Pleasant Park Adopt A Container Calendar
Click here to view the weekly calendar for trash collection at Pleasant Place or sign up to become a volunteer! If you are interested in volunteering, please contact us at email@example.com.
Join our Email List
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