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.
It's time for candidates to officially place their names on the ballot for the City of Minneapolis election. Candidates filing for municipal offices, including mayor, City Council member, Board of Estimate and Taxation member, and Park and Recreation Board commissioners runs through Tuesday, Aug. 15. Candidates may withdraw no later than 5 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 17.
Learn more about candidate filing, the election and ranked-choice voting.
Want to know what's going on at City Hall? Minneapolis Minute, a new twice-monthly video, highlights news and events from the City of Minneapolis.
It's easy to buy local, nutritious and affordable produce at nearly 30 farmers markets, mini markets and farm stands. Buying food directly at a farmers market strengthens the community between the farmer and the eater, and it supports the regional economy.
The City of Minneapolis has an online interactive map that makes it easy to find farmers markets all over the city. The map shows the address, season dates and opening times for each market.
Find your local farmers market.
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The Office of Police Conduct Review is a neutral agency that investigates allegations of police misconduct made to the City of Minneapolis.
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