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Neighborhood Priorities 

 

The goal of Neighborhood Priorities is to identify major initiatives for the neighborhood organization, and to communicate neighborhood priorities to the City and other jurisdictional partners.

 

Neighborhood Priorities

·         Are developed and adopted through a thorough neighborhood participation process;

·         Identify preliminary neighborhood priorities (as identified by the neighborhood) and potential partners;

·         Identify, preserve, and build on the existing assets and positive qualities of a neighborhood, or identify opportunities or problems to be addressed;

·         May identify possible actions;

·         Can be as simple or as comprehensive as the neighborhood organization desires, covering a single issue, or several;

·         May be submitted jointly by more than one neighborhood.

Neighborhood Priorities can be used as a way to focus discussion and marshal resources to deal with neighborhood issues or plan for improvements. 

 

Learn more from the Preparation and Processing of Neighborhood Priority Plans Policy adopted by the City Council on July 19, 2013.

 

The following Neighborhood Priorities have been approved to date:

 

Neighborhood(s)

Neighborhood Priority

Approval Date

Armatage

Community Safety and Noise Reduction

1/2/2014

Audubon

Northeast Middle School Green Campus Initiative

1/29/2016

Bancroft

Meridian Gardens

3/6/2014

Bancroft, Bryant, Central, Corcoran, Longfellow, Powderhorn Park, Standish-Ericsson

SUN Neighborhoods 

10/22/2014

BeltramiContinuation of 3 NRP Phase II strategies - Parks and Safety5/13/2016

Bottineau

Crime solutions

Bottineau Park Improvements
Homework Helpers

7/25/2013

10/4/2013

2/16/17

Bryant2016 Bryant priorities

9/23/2016

CARAG

Continued implementation of NRP Phase II strategies

12/1/2014

Cedar-Isles-Dean

Southwest LRT Impacts

11/15/2012

Central2016 Central priorities

9/26/2016

Cleveland

Penn and Lowry Hub, Community Gardening, Local Commerce, Cleveland Park

2/21/2014

Columbia Park

Greening and Park Spaces

12/21/2015
Corcoran2016 Corcoran priorities

9/26/2016

Downtown East, Downtown West

Continuation of NRP Phase II strategies

12/27/2016

East Calhoun

W. 36th St. bikeway, pedestrian space and transit improvements

Affordable Housing Loan Program

4/18/2013

 

6/24/16

East Harriet

Community Building  and Emerald Ash Borer Treatment

10/21/2014

East Isles

Parks and green spaces

7/2/2013

East Phillips

Community Connection / Public Safety / Crime Prevention

Construct New Housing

10/20/2014

 

8/14/2015

Elliot Park

Future Scenarios Assessment

9/21/2016

Fulton

Farmers Market Support
Small Grants Program

Pershing Park Shade Structures
Bicycling & Pedestrian Friendly Events, Senior Education 

4/20/2013
7/10/14

5/20/15
6/30/17

Hale, Page, Diamond Lake

Continuation of 9 Phase II strategies

Educational Efforts

9/30/2014

6/1/2015

Harrison2016 Harrison priorities

11/16/2016

Hawthorne 

Community Health Dialogues

3/11/2016

Jordan2016 Jordan priorities

11/16/2016

Kenny

Neighborhood Signs
Utility Box Wraps

6/27/2013
6/23/17

Kenny, Lynnhurst, Tangletown, Windom 

54th & Lyndale

8/27/2014

Kenwood

Neighborhood Livability & Addendum

6/25/2013, 7/8/15

Lind-Bohanon2016 Lind-Bohanon priorities

11/16/2016

Linden Hills Urban Forest at Linden Hills Park

5/15/2014

Longfellow2016 Longfellow priorities

11/23/2016

Loring ParkNeighborhood Tree Project

9/5/2016

Lowry Hill Public Realm Improvements9/11/2017
Lowry Hill EastPublic Realm Improvements, Development Guidelines and Organics
Greenway Garden 

5/19/15

5/6/16

Lyndale2016 Lyndale priorities

11/16/2016

Marcy-Holmes

Master Plan and Emerald Ash Borer Treatment

10/10/2014

Marshall Terrace

27th Avenue NE Greenway

2/21/2014

McKinley

Continuation of 11 Phase II strategies

11/16/2012

Midtown PhillipsMidtown Safety Center
Midtown Phillips Pool
2/6/2015
2/6/2015
Nokomis East2016 Nokomis East priorities

10/17/2016

North Loop2016 North Loop priorities

1/11/2017

Phillips WestSafety Partnerships
2016 Phillips West priorities
Peavey Park Picnic Shelter 
2/18/2014

11/16/2016
7/11/2017

Prospect Park

Development plan, University Ave. gateway, Freeway bridge study and community garden
Neighborhood Identity Project

11/21/2013

 

 

12/8/2014 

St. Anthony WestEmerald Ash Borer Treatment
Small Area Plan

5/1/2014

4/20/2015

Seward2016 Seward priorities11/23/2016
SheridanShared Parking Solutions
Raingardens

8/21/2014
7/5/17

Shingle CreekEmerald Ash Borer Treatment

10/9/2014

Standish Ericsson2016 Standish Ericsson priorities10/31/2016
Sumner-Glenwood2016 Heritage Park priorities11/16/2016
TangletownSustainability

6/21/2017

Ventura VillagePublic Realm and Quality of Life

12/31/2015

Victory

Local businesses and ViNA partnerships
2016 Victory priorities

8/26/2013

11/16/2016

Waite ParkQuality of life enhancements 2/25/2014
West CalhounNeighborhood Green Space9/11/2017
Whittier 2016 Whittier priorities11/16/2016

 


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 a different format, please let us know by contacting 612-673-3737.

Last updated Sep 15, 2017

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