Biking in Minneapolis

Riding a bike is one of the most popular ways to get around Minneapolis. See why it's important for both cyclists and drivers to know the road. Videos also available in Español, Somaaliga, and Hmoob.

City launches Financial Transparency Platform

City launches Financial Transparency Platform

The City of Minneapolis has launched its Financial Transparency Platform - an interactive reporting tool that allows the public to explore City financial data online in various, easy-to-use graphical formats. Learn more.

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Help shape our city - apply for openings on Minneapolis boards and commissions

Applications are being accepted for a number of open boards and commissions positions that the City Council and Mayor will appoint. Board and commission members in the City of Minneapolis provide valuable insights, help shape key policy decisions and provide community-based input into administration of services. Learn More

Let’s wipe out graffiti

Help wipe out graffiti in Minneapolis. It’s easy to report graffiti. And you can get free solvent to clean up graffiti on your own property. Videos also available in Español, Somaaliga, Hmoob.

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Normal Parking

There is currently no snow emergency.

Normal parking rules apply.

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Salary Compliance Notice

State statute 471.701; Notice of Salary Compliance, requires that the City post for not less than 90 days the name and job title of the three highest paid employees along with their base salary. For 2014 these were:

  1. Jeffrey Johnson, Assistant City Coordinator, Convention Center, $165,062
  2. Steven Kotke, Director Public Works, $156,997
  3. Timothy Giles, Director Employee Services, $154,929