2016 Neighborhood Programs Annual Report
The City of Minneapolis provides funding and support to 70 recognized neighborhood organizations representing 82 distinct residential neighborhoods. More than seven hundred
volunteers serve as board members on neighborhood organization boards. Thousands of residents participated in neighborhood sponsored events, projects and initiatives throughout
In 2016, $6,104,229 was expended through Community Participation Program (CPP) and Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP) contracts. Neighborhood organizations use CPP
and NRP funds to reach and organize residents and act on neighborhood identified priorities.
NCR asked neighborhood organizations to report on their 2016 activities to reach underrepresented communities, communicate with residents, host meetings and events, and work on
the neighborhood priorities. This consolidated report summarizes the work and accomplishments of the funded neighborhood organizations in 2016