On Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 7, residents cast their ballots for mayor, City Council members, the members of the Board of Estimate and Taxation and of the Park and Recreation Board.
See the unofficial results of the 2017 Election.
The City's new system for looking up City Council records and videos is now online. With the Legislative Information Management System (LIMS), you can see upcoming City Council and committee meetings, view meeting agendas, agenda items and supporting documents, track items from introduction through final action, see how council members voted and watch meetings.
For healthy workers, healthy businesses and healthy communities, a new ordinance protecting time off for people who get sick and work in Minneapolis took effect July 1. The goal of the ordinance is to protect public health and prevent workers from being penalized because of illness or a need to care for a sick loved one.
Learn more about sick and safe time.
The #WeAreMpls campaign is a public awareness campaign elevating unique voices in the city reflective of Minneapolis' rich diversity. The campaign reaffirms the City of Minneapolis' commitment to be a welcoming place for all people, regardless of ethnicity, race, national origin, gender identity, religion or birthplace.
Learn more about #WeAreMpls.
- Public data on officer-involved shooting
- Recommended 2018 budget
- Minimum wage
- Sick and Safe Time ordinance
- Super Bowl LII
- Downtown office building
WATCH MINNEAPOLIS 14
Get an up-close view of local government through live and recorded programming on Minneapolis 14.
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- Ward 1 - Kevin Reich
- Ward 2 - Cam Gordon
- Ward 3 - Jacob Frey
- Ward 4 - Barbara Johnson
- Ward 5 - Blong Yang
- Ward 6 - Abdi Warsame
- Ward 7 - Lisa Goodman
- Ward 8 - Elizabeth Glidden
- Ward 9 - Alondra Cano
- Ward 10 - Lisa Bender
- Ward 11 - John Quincy
- Ward 12 - Andrew Johnson
- Ward 13 - Linea Palmisano
- City Council actions
- Historical aerial photos
- Photo archive
- Historical property records
- Minneapolis maps
- Heritage preservation
Police Conduct Review
The Office of Police Conduct Review is a neutral agency that investigates allegations of police misconduct made to the City of Minneapolis.
There is currently no snow emergency.
Normal parking rules apply.
Learn more about parking during snow season.
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