Works in collaboration with the Neighborhood and Community Engagement Commission, community partners, neighborhood organizations, City leaders and other stakeholders to determine policy recommendations for the future role of neighborhood organizations. View the current draft 2020 Roadmap - A guide for conversation.
The City of Minneapolis has historically recognized that neighborhood organizations are an important link to the civic and community life of the City of Minneapolis. Neighborhood organizations are also in a unique position to identify local issues and opportunities in their communities and mobilize local resources.
For three decades, neighborhood organizations have led resident-based planning efforts resulting in more than 130 Neighborhood Action Plans adopted by the City, directing the use of more than $300 million of City funds.
To stay up to date with Neighborhoods 2020 developments, you can now sign up for email updates. This does not enroll you in our general update emails.
- NCEC Full Commission 2020 Listening Session - March 27th - 5pm to 7pm - Minneapolis Central Library
- 2020 Information Session - March 29- 6:30pm - 7:30pm - MLK Park - 4055 Nicollet Ave. S.
- 2020 Information Session - April 4 - 6:30pm -7:30pm - North Commons Park - 1801 James Avenue North
Public Review and Comment Period on Draft Roadmap
The public review and comment period is open Wednesday, February 27th through Monday, April 30th. Comments can be submitted to [email protected]. You can also leave a voicemail or give your comments to Rebekah or Justin at 612-673-3737. Lastly, you can give your input in public at one of our upcoming NCEC meetings or at community outreach events. Comments do not need to be in English.
- DRAFT 2020 Roadmap - A guide for conversation
- 2020 FAQ
- Powerpoint from Community Connections Conference
- Join the Neighborhoods 2020 mailing list!
Based on robust engagement, the partners will compile recommendations that envision the next phase of Minneapolis’ neighborhood programming which should reflect changes in the city’s population diversity and demographics, as well as changing opportunities and challenges in the 21st Century.
Links to More Information
If you have questions, please contact the Neighborhood and Community Relations Department at 612-673-3737 or email to [email protected]
Last updated Apr 4, 2018