2020 Community Survey
Updated: Sep 1, 2020
PPNA wants to hear from you!
Respond to our survey and help inform our advocacy efforts in the next year. This survey focuses on safety, livability, housing, and development, and all responses are anonymous.
Every voice and opinion helps us move forward towards a healthier community.
Find a glossary of terms used in this survey in English, Somali, and Spanish here.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How will feedback be used? Your answers will be anonymous but will help us provide insight to elected leaders, funders, and community organizations about how they can support our neighborhood. Answers will also inform PPNA’s advocacy work.
Where can I see the results? PPNA will work to create several summaries of key insights throughout the rest of this year. Visit ppna.org or follow us on social media to stay in the loop!
What else can I do? PPNA always encourages you to stay in touch with your elected officials. Share your thoughts and ideas with them directly and often!
We’re also looking for new board members to help guide PPNA’s work. Learn more about board service at https://www.ppna.org/board-nomination-form
Where can I find more information? You can find resources and more info on PPNA’s website ppna.org
Who can I talk to if I have concerns or questions? If you want to learn more about PPNA’s advocacy or our canvassing efforts, you can reach out to Grace Berke, Community Coordinator. Her email address is email@example.com. If people have concerns about our work they can reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
What does PPNA’s advocacy typically look like? PPNA uses a resource-centered platform to guide our advocacy work, meaning our advocacy is typically aimed at bringing resources into the community. We believe South Minneapolis deserves all the resources it needs to be a healthy community, which it currently lacks in areas like affordable housing, equitable development, and in areas that affect livability and safety. Sometimes this means advocating for policy changes to allow more community input, sometimes it’s advocating for budget allocations toward specific resources, and sometimes it’s working to imagine new resources.