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.
This past week the Powderhorn Neighborhood board unanimously voted to oppose the Minnesota Multi Housing Association's "Safe and Affordable" campaign and to defend the two renters' protections currently proposed by City Council. THE PROPOSED RENTERS PROTECTIONS Councilmembers Ellison and Bender have proposed two protections for renters: A cap on security deposits and pet deposits Security deposit cannot be more than half of one month's rent (if the landlord is already asking
**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,
The purpose of neighborhood organizations is to empower community members to make priorities known, influence City decisions, and get involved in civic and community life (Minneapolis 2040). To ensure that neighborhood groups are able to do this well, we need to be adequately funded. If you missed it, the City is restructuring the way that neighborhood groups are funded. You can read more about what they’ve proposed and how PPNA is responding here. Tabitha Montgomery, PPNA Ex
Funky Grits marries soul-inspired comfort food of the American South (and surrounding influences) with forward thinking, chef driven, contemporary cuisine. "Where everyone is welcome, all the time, forever." Funky Grits 805 East 38th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55407 www.funkygrits.com Business Reflections is a series of visual and written stories of the local businesses community in Powderhorn Park neighborhood in Minneapolis, MN. Thank you to the City of Minneapolis for their s
Photo Credit: David Pierini for Powderhorn365 Snow Emergency Information It's important to stay up to date on Snow Emergencies in Minneapolis to avoid a ticket or towing. You can sign up for text or email updates and follow Minneapolis Snow Emergency on Facebook to help. Photo Credit: Jon Vandervelde for Powderhorn365 Free Sand For Sidewalks Keeping our sidewalks free of ice and snow is the neighborly thing to do, and it’s the law. For your own benefit and to help your neigh
Tim Anderson lives in Powderhorn Park with his wife and 3 sons. He leads Ace In the City, a non-profit started 10 years ago that has cultivated community relationships in all kinds of ways over the years. Tim is a pastor, public speaker, and recently broke onto the scene as a self-published author. Keep reading to learn more about his new book In Process: A Zigzag Guide Towards Purpose and Discovery. What is the book about? It’s my story over the last 10 years, learning exper