About the NRP Policy Board

On December 16, 2011 the City Council adopted Resolution 2011R-667, Reestablishing a Neighborhood Revitalization Program Policy Board. The key work of the Policy Board is to review and approve the NRP plans and to also to review the Community Participation Plan submissions from neighborhood organizations. Both programs are described below.


NRP Plans

The Policy Board will take action on various NRP plans:

Community Participation Program (CPP)

For the period beginning in July 2012 and extending through 2013 NRP funds will be used as the source for CPP financing. Use of NRP funds will require Policy Board review and approval for funding of two program submissions:


The membership of the NRP Policy Board is as follows:

Mayor of the City of Minneapolis or designee  Vacant
Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board Council Member Kevin Reich
Board of Education, Special School District No. 1 AK Hassan
Board of Commissioners of Hennepin County Don Samuels
A representative from Minneapolis’ House of Representatives delegation Commissioner Marion Greene
A representative from Minneapolis’ State Senate delegation Vacant
Neighborhood representative Senator Patricia Torres-Ray
David Boyd
Neighborhood representative Marcea Mariani
Neighborhood representative Peter Eichten
Neighborhood representative Jeffrey Strand


Click here to contact a NRP Policy Board Member



Last updated Aug 22, 2018



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