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Six months after the storm: tornado recovery updates (11/21)

New trees take root in tornado-damaged Folwell Park (11/2)

If the tornado damaged your chimney, make sure it’s safe before winter arrives (10/20)

Repairs complete on tornado-damaged sidewalks on the North Side (10/20

More than 200 new trees take root in areas hit hard by the North Side tornado (9/30)

Work progresses on repairs to tornado-damaged sidewalks (9/30)

Is the tornado still causing you stress or anxiety? There’s help (9/30)

There’s still time to apply for SBA loans to repair tornado damage (9/8)

Tree Trust provides trees to North Minneapolis homeowners (8/29)

Deadline approaches to apply for SBA loans to repair tornado damage (8/23)

Work on Tornado-damaged sidewalks will follow tree stump removal on the North Side (8/11)

Free design assistance available to property owners impacted by North Side tornado (8/5)

Tornado recovery information available for National Night Out gatherings (8/1)

$1 million approved to help homeowners with tornado repairs—find out how to apply (7/29)

Hotline available for tornado recovery info and resources (7/29)

North Side residents and businesses can still apply for tornado recovery loans (7/19)

Additional funding approved for North Side neighborhoods impacted by tornado (7/1)

Financing assistance available for tree removal in north Minneapolis (6/29)

Disaster Loan Outreach Center open in north Minneapolis July 12 – 19

Loans to be available to help folks with tornado recovery (7/7)

State requests additional funding for tornado recovery (7/6)

Additional funding approved for North Side neighborhoods impacted by tornado (7/1)

Financing assistance available for tree removal in north Minneapolis (6/29)

Housing Resource Guide (6/14)

Volunteers needed to help folks clean up debris in north Minneapolis (6/14)

Neighborhood sweeps to pick up large tree debris removal ends June 10 (6/9)

City will focus on safety issues at tornado-damaged properties (6/9)

Renters should call 311 to report issues with their homes (6/9)

What to expect on Volunteer Clean-Up Day and beyond (6/3)

Videos provide regular updates on tornado recovery work in Minneapolis (6/2)

Tons of debris removed, thousands volunteer in first 10 days after tornado (6/2)

2,000 volunteers set to help on North Side volunteer clean-up day (6/1)

Red Cross to open two emergency aid stations in north Minneapolis (6/1)

Construction and repair permit office opens on North Side to assist in tornado recovery (5/31)

Hiring a contractor for storm repairs? Get the info you need (5/31)

Free bus circulator connects folks to resources and services to assist in recovery (5/30)

Red Cross shelter for tornado-displaced families moves to North Commons Rec Center (5/27)

North Side Volunteer Clean-Up Day June 4 (5/27)

Tornado recovery information distributed door-to-door in north Minneapolis (5/26)

Disaster Recovery Center will continue helping tornado victims through the weekend (5/26)

Where to go for tornado assistance (5/26)

More than 1,200 people served during first day of Disaster Recovery Center (5/25)

Tree debris pickup begins Wednesday, North Transfer Station accepting other debris (5/25)

Disaster Recovery Center opens Wednesday to serve residents affected by tornado (5/24)

All roads accessible to emergency vehicles, more people allowed back to their homes (5/24)

Additional vouchers available for excess garbage, tree debris cleanup begins May 25 (5/24)

Animal Control to provide short-term kenneling for pets affected by tornado (5/24)

City Council extends tornado emergency declaration (5/24)

Residents return to some areas damaged by Sunday’s tornado (5/24)

Project Connect: Tornado Assistance Center will be open for tornado victims May 24 (5/24)

Special cleanup scheduled for North Side tornado tree debris (5/23)

How folks can help those affected by North Side Tornado (5/23)

Make sure your contractor or tree company is licensed (5/23)

Housing information for families affected by North Side Tornado (5/23)

Resources available for North Side residents affected by tornado (5/23)

Several North Minneapolis schools closed—help available for families (5/23)

Tornado response update- restricted zones on the North Side (5/23)

Published Aug 25, 2011



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