City Coordinator's Office

350 S. 5th St, Room 301M
Minneapolis, MN 55415
612-673-2032

Strategy Process

The Resilient Minneapolis strategy process will go through several phases

Current Phase – Scan of City Resilience

Minneapolis is currently conducting a scan of the state of resilience in the city. This scan will bring together the views of stakeholders on the shocks and stresses facing Minneapolis, information about resilience work already underway, and research about the history and current state of Minneapolis. This information will be used to develop discovery areas, which will frame the next phase of more in-depth research and strategy development. All of the information gathered in the scan as well as the discovery areas will come together in a preliminary resilience assessment.

Previous work – Agenda-setting Workshop

In December 2016, Minneapolis kicked of its resilience strategy work with an agenda-setting workshop. This workshop brought together nearly 100 stakeholders to begin exploring resilience in Minneapolis. This group of community and institutional leaders from many organizations and sectors spent a day learning about city resilience and working to better understand the state of resilience in Minneapolis.

Three themes around shocks and stresses emerged out of these conversations. Structural inequality highlight things like income inequality, policy/community relations, and social cohesion. Weather and climate change were seen as a source of both ongoing stress and increasing the potential for weather-related shocks. Emerging national concerns highlighted the ways in which the interests of Minneapolis are tied to trends and events such as national politics and federal budget decisions. In addition to highlighting these shocks and stresses, the group also discussed went more in-depth on the interdependencies among the challenges and opportunities in Minneapolis.

The results of this agenda-setting workshop will contribute to the resilience strategy in the preliminary resilience assessment.

Future Work

After Minneapolis completes the preliminary resilience assessment, the next phase of work is more in-depth study of discovery areas and an assessment of resilience-building options for Minneapolis.

The Minneapolis Resilience Strategy will come out of this process of engagement, research, and analysis. The strategy is meant to be a living document, with initiatives and ideas that can be implemented to have an impact on the lives on people in Minneapolis in the short term and for decades to come.
 

Last updated Feb 20, 2018

QUICK LINKS

Home

Contact us

Email updates

Find a service

About this site

For employees

Accessibility:
For reasonable accommodations or alternative formats, contact 311.
People who are deaf or hard of hearing can use a relay service to call 311 at 612-673-3000.
TTY users can call 612-673-2157 or 612-673-2626.

Para asistencia 612-673-2700, Yog xav tau kev pab, hu 612-637-2800, Hadii aad Caawimaad u baahantahay 612-673-3500. 

Salary Compliance Notice:
State statute 471.701; Notice of Salary Compliance, requires that the City post for not less than 90 days
the job title of the three highest paid employees along with their base salary. For 2018 these were:
1. City Attorney, $186,490
2. Assistant City Coordinator Convention Center, $183,600
3. Director Public Works, $181,191

CONNECT

311 call center

311 TTY relay service

City of Minneapolis Facebook City of Minneapolis Twitter City of Minneapolis YouTube ChaNNEL Minneapolis 311 Watch Minneapolis City Council TV City of Minneapolis LinkedIn

Minneapolis, City of Lakes logo