Neighborhood and Community Relations (NCR)
NCR is part of the broader City Coordinator department and will both serve residents directly and support all other City departments with enterprise guidance in the realm of strong neighborhood and community relationships.
NCR is charged with strengthening our City’s quality of life through vigorous community participation, resident involvement in neighborhood and community organizations, and supporting clearly defined links between the City, City services and neighborhood and community organizations.
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Thank you for attending the 2014 Community Connections Conference!
Over 500 community leaders, residents, elected officials and city staff attended the 2nd Annual Community Connections Conference - “Common Ground: A City That Works for All” on Saturday, March 22nd.
The conference featured a Keynote Address by Dr. Verna C. Price, 50 Exhibitors, 40 Workshops, and Entertainment from Southwest High School Jazz Combo, Cosmic Troubadours and Ginger Commodore, a buffet style lunch featuring foods from diverse communities and a post-conference reception hosted by the Minneapolis City Council.
A conference report will be available later this spring. You can visit the Community Connections Conference webpage for more details.
Minneapolis Connects Newsletter
A monthly newsletter brought to you by the Neighborhood and Community Relations Department
The City of Minneapolis invites and encourages participation by every resident to each program, service and event within our city. Should you require an accommodation in order for you to fully participate, or should you require this document in an alternative format, please let us know by contacting 612-673-3737.
Last updated Apr. 9, 2014