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April 2014

Spring street sweeping begins soon (4/18)

Planning your garden? Plant an extra row to help fight hunger (4/18)

Free training for building managers to report energy use (4/16)

City Council approves new construction management standards that will help neighborhoods (4/11)

City Council approves additional funding for pothole repairs (4/11)

Get ready for the special election May 13 (4/10)

Minneapolis honors local peacemakers during National Youth Violence Prevention Week (4/10)

Minneapolis recognizes local public health heroes (4/10)

Minneapolis Health Department Commissioner earns leadership award (4/10)

Yard waste pickup season has begun in Minneapolis (4/08)

Celebrate Earth Day with the April 26 cleanup or 5K recycle run April 19 (4/07)

Spring and summer bring major events to Minneapolis (4/07)

City helps promote awareness campaign to get kids to Speak Up and save lives (4/03)

March 2014

City Council approves vision, goals that will guide City work for next four years (3/28)

Minneapolis turning out the lights for "Earth Hour" to raise awareness of global climate change (3/28)

Winter Parking Restrictions no longer in effect (3/27)

Have questions about Minneapolis 911? Get the facts. (3/21)

Rain gardens and beyond - $15 workshops (3/21)

Community input needed for northside bikeway plans (3/20)

City leaders react to House bonding bill (3/20)

Nicollet Mall redesign expected to spur more than $100 million in additional spending, create nearly 1,000 jobs (3/19)

Public open house will discuss reconstruction of Hennepin-Lyndale Downtown (3/19)

Zero waste forum March 20 (3/17)

Local fire departments from across region stress importance of fire prevention (3/14)

Register now for 2nd annual Communities Connections Conference (3/14)

Plant a tree on your Minneapolis property for $25 (3/10)

City crews working to drain melting snow from streets (3/10)

Air pollution alert issued for the metro area (3/07)

Change your clocks, change your smoke alarm batteries this weekend (3/07)

Targeted Snow Emergency Routes will be posted "No Parking" to improve traffic safety and flow (3/07)

Help shape our city - apply for openings on Minneapolis boards and commissions (3/06)

One Minneapolis Fund grants available for organizations focused on equity (3/03)

February 2014

Public hearings set for department head reappointments (2/28)

Large buildings to start tracking energy use to boost energy efficiency (2/27)

Businesses encouraged to grow produce for food shelves (2/26)

Help shovel out your block's fire hydrant (2/26)

Nominate community members and organizations for Public Health Heroes (2/24)

Winter Parking Restrictions in effect to improve access for public safety vehicles (2/23)

Help spread the word about Winter Parking Restrictions with flyer (2/22)

Snow Emergency ends at 8 p.m. Saturday, Winter Parking Restrictions begin 8 a.m. Sunday (2/22)

City supports phasing out triclosan (2/21)

Energy pathways presentation Monday, Feb. 24 (2/21)

City leaders considering vision, goals that will guide City work for next four years (2/20)

Watch your mailbox for 2014 property value notice (2/19)

Plant a garden in a vacant lot (2/18)

See how Nicollet Mall redesign concepts are shaping up at upcoming public meeting (2/14)

Minneapolis City offices closed on Feb. 17 for Presidents Day (2/14)

Organizations can apply for grants to help create healthier communities (2/07)

Public presentation of final Creative City Challenge proposals Monday, Feb 10 (2/07)

High snow accumulation prompts limited parking restrictions (2/04)

Kresge Foundation awards Intermedia Arts $1 million to support Creative CityMaking in Minneapolis (2/03)

January 2014

Remember to keep sidewalks shoveled (1/31)

Minneapolis declares Snow Emergency (1/30)

Minneapolis closes several streets for City of Lakes Loppet Jan. 31 - Feb. 2 (1/30)

Order a compost bin or rain barrel now, pick it up in the spring (1/29)

Hiawatha LRT Trail reopening tomorrow between 11th Ave. S. and 15th Ave. S. (1/29)

Businesses encouraged to grow produce for food shelves (1/28)

Take precautions to keep you and your pet safe during days of extreme cold (1/27)

Minneapolis City offices closed Jan. 20 (1/17)

City accepting applications for 2014 Urban Scholars internship program (1/15)

Minneapolis declares Snow Emergency (1/14)

Minneapolis has record-breaking year in construction projects (1/08)

Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority hosting neighborhood meeting about Vikings stadium Jan. 9 (1/08)

Minneapolis crime remains near 30-year lows (1/07)

Minneapolis mayor and council sworn into office (1/06)

Solid waste and recycling pickup will take place one day later than normal this week (1/06)

Minneapolis public schools closed Tuesday, Jan. 7 because of extreme cold (1/03)

Mayor and City Council inauguration Jan. 6 (1/02)

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Last updated Jan. 2, 2014