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Neighborhoods 2020

Neighborhoods 2020 is an opportunity to further develop and improve upon the City of Minneapolis’ neighborhood based engagement structure. Neighborhood organizations are by the people, for the people. Join the Neighborhoods 2020 mailing list! This does not enroll you in our general update emails.

Public Comments

  1. Read The Community Review Panel Report.
  2. Read the full original public comments document (31M download).
  3. The Neighborhoods 2020 Framework Recommendations document was open for public comment from January 28 to March 31, 2019.

Next Steps

  1. Revised Neighborhoods 2020 Framework Recommendations will be posted as soon as possible.
  2. Presentation to PECE: On May 6, NCR will present the documents and comments at the City Council’s Public Health, Environment, Civil Rights and Engagement (PECE) Committee at a public hearing. Want to attend the public hearing? Find City Council agenda items and schedules at

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Public Comment on Neighborhoods 2020 Framework Recommendations

Members of the public were invited to submit public comment on the document through postal mail, email, voicemail, text message and public meetings.

NCR staff attended over 30 neighborhood and community public comment sessions along with five planned multilingual public comment meetings. NCR staff also took public comment at the Community Connections Conference on February 2 as part of a Neighborhoods 2020 open house.

From February 27 to March 21, 2019, NCR staff organized meetings at East Side Neighborhood Services and Martin Luther King, Jr. Park  in English, at Harrison Recreation Center in English, Lao and Hmong, at the Cedar Riverside Opportunity Center in Somali, and at the Waite House in Spanish.

At these 40 total community public comment meetings, NCR reached over 1,000 residents.


If you have questions, please contact the Neighborhood and Community Relations Department at 612-673-3737 or email to [email protected]

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