About the Association
PEOPLE IN LOVE WITH A GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD
Originally incorporated in 1972, and registered as a non-profit organization in 2009, the Ramsey Hill Association consists of area volunteers who make up the RHA Board of Directors and manage the day-to-day activities of the Association.
Dedicated to preserving the historical significance of the neighborhood and building a stronger community, the RHA provides a voice to to the residents of this unique neighborhood by working with state and local government agencies representing the interests of the Ramsey Hill area.
In addition to community projects such as park improvements, crime prevention/awareness and neighborhood cleanup, the RHA also sponsors the biennial Ramsey Hill House Tour that allows visitors an opportunity to peek inside homes which reflect the wide variety of architectural styles and rich history of Summit Avenue and the entire Cathedral Hill area.
Bounded by historic Summit Avenue, Dale Street, I-94 and the Cathedral of Saint Paul, the Ramsey Hill neighborhood boasts one of the largest and best-preserved groups of Victorian era homes in North America. Echoes of the past seem to come alive here. Whether you're touring the famous James J. Hill House, or strolling past F. Scott Fitzgerald's former home, you're sure to feel part of this area's rich history.
This is a community where residents feel passionately about preserving the history of the area and work together to create a wonderful community in which to live. Please contact one of our RHA Board members with your questions and suggestions. We look forward to another exciting year for the neighborhood and welcome your feedback on how we can help make this an even better place to live.