Breanne Rothstein has been involved in the Windom Community Council since 2006. As a city planner for a consulting firm, Rothstein’s tuned into the nuances of navigating the city’s zoning and planning process. She’s lived in the area for 15 years and attended Southwest High School when her family moved to the city. Now she lives in Windom with her husband and new baby. “It’s completely turned... »»
Diamond Lake Road/West 54th Street on the north, Highway 62 on the south, I-35W on the east, and Lyndale Avenue on the west.
The neighborhood was named after William Windom, who served in the House of Representatives and then the U.S. Senate from 1859 to the mid-1880s.