We desire a safe and livable neighborhood. Knowing your neighbors and supporting local businesses can help. We also believe more City, County, and State resources are needed to support communities disproportionately affected by crime.
Join 38th Street Thrive in planning and designing a concept for 38th Street infrastructure and future developments. This design workshop is an opportunity for us, as a community, to discuss physical and cultural attributes of 38th Street, imagine new ideas and brainstorm solutions. The concepts and ideas from this workshop will be used to establish the visioning direction for the Thirty-Eighth Street Cultural District Strategic Development Plan.
Let’s Creatively Design 38th
HandsFreeMN is effective August 1st. Starting on August 1st, you can receive a ticket for driving your vehicle with your cellphone in your hand. Make sure to abide by the new law for both the safety of yourself and others, as well as to avoid a ticket. There will be no warning tickets issued. For more information contact: HandsFreeMN.org For questions, contact: Rowena Holmes, Crime Prevention Specialist
Minneapolis Police Department, 4th Precinct
Hennepin County recently approved a new strategy to increase availability of supportive housing that combines social services with long-term stable housing for households with extremely-low incomes. Hennepin County Housing and Redevelopment Authority Chair Irene Fernando will host a related discussion and workshop around the local housing landscape and the county's current and future housing activities. When Tuesday, July 30
5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Where United Labor Centre
Notice of Public Hearing Date: July 30, 2019 Time: 1:30 pm or shortly after Place: Minneapolis City Hall, Room 317 350 South 5th Street Minneapolis, MN 55415 Subject: Annual License Fee Adjustment Public Hearing The Economic Development and Regulatory Services Committee of the Minneapolis City Council will consider adjusting fees listed on the License Fee Schedule. Staff is recommending a 2% inflationary adjustment, rounding each license to the nearest $5, for fees on the
After learning about upcoming projects (Minneapolis 2019 Belt Line Project and Diamond Lake Area 2018 and 2019), PPNA wanted to make sure our community was informed about how the project will impact them. Centerpoint crews will be replacing existing natural gas mains and service lines; moving inside gas meters to outside of customers’ homes and/or businesses; and restoring these areas after construction. We asked Communications Specialist Hannah Gullickson to answer a few que
**If you haven't been following the Neighborhoods 2020 changes, check out this blog post** Good news for neighborhoods! The City Council PECE Committee heard over 40 comments at their public hearing for the Neighborhoods 2020 Resolution, and have decided not to pass it. Instead, they have asked NCR to collaborate with CURA to further develop the framework. To understand why we asked the committee not to pass the resolution, check out the video below of our Executive Director,
This Tuesday, April 9th, the South Minneapolis Public Safety Coalition is convening a neighborhood meeting to align on our community's safety and livability priorities. We need your feedback to inform our upcoming request to the City to reallocate a $10 million budget surplus to invest in opportunity zones throughout South Minneapolis. The coalition wants to have a clear ask around how that money should be invested, and we've compiled some suggestions including: Join us on Ap
Photo By: Palani Pozzani for Powderhorn365 How will Minneapolis adapt to climate change? Minneapolis 2040—the City’s draft comprehensive plan that will shape how Minneapolis will grow and change over the next two decades so all residents benefit—tackles climate change head on. City staff are taking comments on the plan through July 22 and will present a revised plan to the City Council later this year. Climate change resilience is one of the plan’s key goals adopted by the Ci
The City’s ‘All Together Now’ campaign kicks off this June. It aims to partner with residents, business owners, and neighborhood associations to help cleanup efforts that support livability. Inspectors from the Department of Regulatory Services will be in eleven neighborhoods; including Powderhorn Park, with a special focus on vacant properties or properties with repeated nuisance violations. Check out some things you can do to avoid receiving a citation. Make sure grasses &