Give your feedback on infrastructure priorities
Proposals to build and renovate streets, buildings, bridges, park facilities and other parts of Minneapolis’ infrastructure over the coming five years are collected and prioritized every year. The committee that does this work wants to hear from you about what your priorities are, and you can share your thoughts at one of two upcoming input sessions.
The input sessions are opportunities for you to get questions answered by the Capital Long-Range Improvement Committee (CLIC) members and City staff. Previous meetings with the public have helped generate new ideas about improvements that had never been proposed before, such as adding sidewalks where they hadn’t existed in the public system.
Public input sessions
6:30-8 p.m. Wednesday, May 9
Crown Roller Mill Building, 105 Fifth Ave. S.
First floor conference room
6:30-8 p.m. Tuesday, May 15
North Regional Library, 1315 Lowry Ave. N.
Second floor meeting room
People can also speak in favor of or against proposed projects or suggest other ideas by attending the official public hearing 6 p.m. Thursday, May 24, City Hall, Room 319.
The committee reviews capital budget requests submitted by City departments and independent City boards and makes recommendations to the mayor and City Council on how those projects should be prioritized and which ones should be funded in the annual CLIC report.
Projects considered for the next CLIC report are now available for review as the 2019-2023 Capital Budget Requests on the CLIC reports webpage.
Published May 1, 2018