Mayor's Office

350 S. 5th St., Room 331
Minneapolis, MN 55415
Phone: (612) 673-2100

Mayor's Office News Center

October 2015

Mayor Hodges Announces Support for Changes to Working Families Agenda Draft Proposal (10/06)

September 2015

Mayor Hodges Announces Renomination of Chief Harteau (9/24)

Mayor Heads to New York to Formally Endorse UN's Sustainable Development Goals (9/24)

Mayor Hodges, Chief Harteau Announce Body Cam Grant from U.S. Department of Justice (9/21)

Mayor Hodges' Levy to Invest in 21st-Century Transformation of Minneapolis Adopted by Tax Board (9/21)

August 2015

Transforming Minneapolis into 21st Century City Guides Mayor Hodges' Budget Priorities (8/13)

Mayor Hodges Announces $7 Million Pledged Toward $22 Million Fundraising Goal for Downtown East Commons (8/13)

Ranking Member Grijalva, Mayor Hodges, Team of City Leaders Hail Obama Administration's Release of Clean Power Plan (8/03)

July 2015

Mayor Hodges Urges U.S. House to Stop Kicking Transportation Bill Down the Road (7/30)

Mayor Hodges Brings on Advisors to Improve Life Outcomes for City's Youth (7/27)

Mayor Hodges, Bipartisan Group of Mayors, Urge Congress to Pass Long-Term Transportation Bill with Increased Funding (7/24)

Mayor Hodges to Meet with Pope on Climate Change, Human Trafficking (7/17)

Mayor Supports HUD's Action to Tackle Housing Segregation (7/08)

City Gets boost to address rise in behavioral problems in young children (7/07)

June 2015

Mayor Hodges, Mayor Murray urge federal action on Somali remittances (6/22)

Mayor Hodges Statement on Afternoon Shooting of Mother and Child (6/18)

Mayor Hodges Welcomes Opportunity to Build Trust between Community and Police (6/17)

Mayor Hodges Touts Minneapolis? Youth Summer Programs (6/10)

May 2015

Mayor Hodges Statement on ACLU Policing Report (5/28)

Mayor Hodges, U.S. Labor Secretary Perez Discuss Building the Workforce and Workplace of the Future (5/27)

Mayor Hodges Cradle to K Cabinet Release Final Plan to Eliminate Disparities for Minneapolis Children (5/18)

Mayor Hodges Congratulates Fire Cadets on Graduation (5/14)

Mayor Hodges Urges Federal and State Government to Pass Transportation Bill (5/13)

Mayor Hodges Honors Fallen Officers (5/12)

Mayor Hodges Tackles Youth Violence Prevention at National Forum (5/12)

April 2015

Mayor Hodges Works with National Mayors to Improve Life Outcomes for African American Men and Boys (4/30)

Mayor Hodges: proposed LGA cuts will "slow all the progress that has been made in Minneapolis" (4/15)

Mayor Hodges: Governor Dayton "continues to advance a vision that moves all of Minnesota forward" (4/09)

Mayor Hodges: "Governor Dayton's Jobs Bill a strong recognition of the significance of major bridges" (4/07)

Mayor Hodges' State of the City: "We can't do this without you, Minneapolis" (4/02)

Mayor Hodges Announces Minneapolis Working Families Agenda (4/02)

Mayor Hodges Asks Fire Department to Cancel Travel Plans to Indiana Conference (4/01)

March 2015

Minneapolis-Saint Paul Mayors: "prosperity and growth happen when everyone is welcomed and included in our future" (3/30)

Mayor Hodges, Chief Harteau Put National Spotlight on City's Work on Juvenile Justice Reform (3/11)

Minneapolis Among First of 20 Regions to Participate in President's 'TechHire' Initiative (3/09)

Minneapolis-Saint Paul Mayors Call on Supreme Court to Affirm Freedom to Marry (3/06)

Packed House Turns Out to Share Feedback on Mayor Hodges' Cradle to K Draft Plan (3/05)

February 2015

Mayor Hodges: Shooting of Minneapolis Officer is 'Cowardly Act' (2/21)

Mayor Hodges Attends National Convening on My Brother's Keeper at White House (2/12)

New City Hall Plaque to Commemorate First Legal Weddings for Same-Sex Couples in Minnesota (2/04)

January 2015

City supporting President Obama's executive action on immigration reform (1/30)

Mayor Hodges Named a Rodel Fellow, Will Attend First Leadership Seminar (1/29)

Mayor Hodges, Cradle to K Cabinet Release Draft Recommendations, Ask for Public Feedback (1/27)

Mayor Betsy Hodges: Governor's budget "makes significant investments in areas important to all people in our state" (1/27)

Mayor Betsy Hodges: "President Obama's vision will help us rebuild the middle class" (1/20)

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