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 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
Looking Back 2018 saw a lot of momentum-building for PPNA’s advocacy work. We deepened our work in renters’ rights with the Minneapolis Renters Coalition (MRC) and surrounding safety efforts with the South Minneapolis Public Safety Coalition (SMPSC). We also remained active in community issues that came up throughout the year, like the development on the corner of Chicago and Lake. Here are some highlights from the past year. Photo Credit: Brenda Marcos for Powderhorn365 Love