The Tangletown Neighborhood Association exists to enhance the quality of life for those who live, work, or play in Tangletown through advocacy, community engagement, and neighborhood initiatives. Our core areas of focus include engaging the community around neighborhood projects and concerns, improving safety and the built spaces within Tangletown, advocacy and education around equity, and environmental stewardship. We play a critical role in sharing information, advocating for improvements, and building community with the 4,000 residents of Tangletown.
Tangletown is a neighborhood in the Southwest community of Minneapolis, Minnesota. 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.