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.
For Work Group Members
Please pick either the July 24th or July 26th for your orientation. Only pick one meeting to attend.The event registration form is for those who have been selected for a member of a workgroup. Members of the public may choose to observe, but are not expected to register.
July 24th, 5:00-8:00 p.m.
Vision Statement for Work Groups
The Neighborhoods 2020 work groups will play a vital role in shaping the future of neighborhood programming and funding, governance and engagement policies. The work groups will take a city-wide, holistic approach, while producing recommendations for the Minneapolis City Council. These recommendations will help the City to create a robust community engagement framework that is reflective of the city's population diversity and demographics.
The Neighborhoods 2020 process will develop a robust and creative community-based engagement framework that will allow the City to marshal the resources, energy and creativity of all of its residents for a better future.
What Work Groups Do
Neighborhoods 2020 work teams will compile recommendations for the Minneapolis City Council that envision the next phase of Minneapolis’ neighborhood programming which should reflect changes in the city’s population diversity and demographics. The work teams will also look at advisory board structure and city-wide engagement policy.
From July to September, groups will develop policy, and from September through November, they will solicit public comment on their drafts. The work team will include the following three work groups:
Meeting times will be set according to the availability of work team members. The time commitment is estimated as 6 hours per month.
Work Group Members
The application is still open for one seat on the Governance committee. Applicants for the remaining seat are encouraged to apply before July 23, 2018.
You can submit your application via email to [email protected] or by postal mail or in person to 105 5th Ave. S. Suite 425, Minneapolis, MN 55401.
Current Work Group Members
Program Guidelines, Funding and Implementation Work Group
Governance Advisory Structure for Neighborhood and Community Engagement
Citywide Community Engagement Policy Work Group
Work Group Composition & Selection Process
Neighborhoods 2020 work groups have the following structure:
*The work group on Governance Advisory Structure for Neighborhood and Community Engagement will be comprised of 2 Neighborhood Revitalization Program Policy Board representatives.
**City staff will serve as non-voting subject matter experts.
Important Documents & Public Feedback Summary
NCR presented the updated Roadmap, Work Group Overview, and Public Feedback Summary to the PECE Committee on Monday May 14, 2018 to the Public Health, Environment, Civil Rights and Engagement Committee (PECE). The following documents were part of the presentation.
Why Neighborhoods 2020
The Neighborhoods 2020 process is an opportunity to look at how the City of Minneapolis serves and supports neighborhood organizations both internally and externally via staffing, organizational/advisory board oversight and grant-funded programs. Each piece is important for equitable and high quality services to our residents. The lens that Neighborhoods 2020 uses encompasses four important parts:
If you have questions, please contact the Neighborhood and Community Relations Department at 612-673-3737 or email to [email protected]
Last updated Jul 20, 2018