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FEATURED TOPICS

  • Mayor's recommended 2019 budget

    The budget is a comprehensive financial plan that describes how much money the City expects to raise and spend within a year. It's the blueprint that aligns the City's priorities with the programs and services it delivers, guiding policy decisions that support the growth and development of Minneapolis. The recommended 2019 City budget is now available.

    View the Mayor's recommended 2019 budget and learn about how the budget works
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  • Minimum wage increases July 1, 2018 for all businesses

    The minimum wage ordinance sets a new hourly minimum wage standard for work performed in Minneapolis. On Jan. 1, 2018, it went up for large businesses. On July 1, 2018, it's going up for all businesses. 

    Learn more about minimum wage.

  • Paid Sick and Safe Time Ordinance

    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, 2017. 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.

  • #WeAreMpls

    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.


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