If you ever find yourself in St. Paul and need a place to find refuge from the storm of meetings, legislative committee hearings, and networking events, we hope that the League building can serve as your beacon of calm.
The new Split Rock Collaborative Space, located on the second floor of the League building, can provide city officials and staff a place to plug in or take a breather when you would prefer to not spend yet another awkward hour sitting in your car.
Adjoining Split Rock we've also installed several individual workstations you can reserve if you need to tune out the proverbial howling winds and tune in to handling some city business.
Both of these spaces are available from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.
A few more amenities available to city officials:*
- As always, please feel free to use the League's parking lot, accessible by both University Avenue and Sherburne Avenue. Just sign in at the front desk when you arrive. Our building's central location is kitty-corner from the Capitol complex—i.e. walking distance from the House, Senate, executive branch, and several agencies.
- WiFi! Save your data and ask for the password at the front desk. You'll be able to work remotely with our reliable connection.
*Bonus: Ask a League staffer for local restaurant recommendations. University and the downtown areas are a great place to get a variety of delicious cuisines!
|The new Split Rock Collaborative Space is available to city officials when you have down time in St. Paul.|
|Feel free to think of it as a captain's log.|
|City officials can now reserve time at one of these workstations when visiting St. Paul. Framed photos of your dog not included.|
Questions or comments about the new spaces? Please contact Luke Fischer,
Photo credit goes to League staffers Jeff Korte and Danielle Cabot