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.
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
When you think about serving on a Board of Directors, the first thing that pops into your mind is probably meetings. Well no Board can function in a healthy way without them, we wanted to highlight a few of the other sides of Board Service. 1. Board Members Represent PPNA's values throughout our community PPNA connects, inspires, informs and advocates for our neighborhood and we've been at it since 1980! The PPNA Board is a representation of the organization in community.
Pets are beloved creatures, often accepted as a member of the family and loved like no other. If you’ve ever suffered the loss of a pet, you understand that animals can fill a unique spot in our homes and families. Unfortunately, you likely also understand how expensive pets can be. Taking good care of pets, especially in the face of illness or other medical concerns, can be challenging. People and Pets together strives to enable people to keep their pets in spite of financia
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 &