CIDNA is a neighborhood organization organized exclusively for charitable, educational, religious, or scientific purposes within the meaning of Section 501c(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and, within such exclusive limitations, for the specific purpose of promoting cooperation among its members; insuring its members a voice in civic affairs affecting the community; developing a sense of individual involvement in the community; maintaining and improving the physical, social and cultural environment of the neighborhood; acting as a contact between the neighborhood and other agencies; reviewing, studying and making recommendations regarding issues of concern affecting the neighborhood and area, both directly and indirectly. CIDNA is non-partisan, advisory and educational in nature.
CIDNA membership is free to all residents.
The area of the Cedar-Isles-Dean Neighborhood is that part of the City of Minneapolis bounded by Lake Street on the south; France Avenue between Lake Street and West 24th Street on the west (portions comprising the border of Minneapolis and St. Louis Park). The northern and eastern borders are formed by a line drawn as follows: starting at West 24th Street (at the St. Louis Park border), thence east across Cedar Lake to the Burnham Bridge (that crosses the railroad tracks), thence south along the tracks to the Kenilworth Lagoon; thence east along southern shore of the Lagoon into Lake of the Isles continuing east to the channel between Lake Calhoun and Lake of the Isles, and thence south to Lake Street.