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Neighborhoods 2020 Update
May 14, 2018 @ 1:30 am
NCR will present an update on the Neighborhoods 2020 Roadmap to City Council on Monday, May 14 at 1:30p.m. The updated roadmap, a summary of public comments and a draft overview of the Neighborhoods 2020 workgroups and application will be visible on the published meeting agenda for the Public Health, Environment, Civil Rights and Engagement Committee on May 10.
NCR will send out an update to neighborhood organizations and the Neighborhoods 2020 mailing list this week.
A big thank-you to all the residents and neighborhoods that took time to comment on the Neighborhoods 2020 Roadmap! We greatly appreciated your thoughtful feedback. It will be integral to the conversations in workgroups as they convene in the coming months. Read more on our Neighborhoods 2020 web page…
Neighborhoods 2020 is an opportunity to further develop and improve upon the City of Minneapolis’ neighborhood based engagement structure. Neighborhood organizations are by the people, for the people. When all of our residents are informed, connected to their community, & feel represented in City of Minneapolis government they are empowered to influence decisions that impact their lives.
This is also an opportunity to look at how the City of Minneapolis serves and supports neighborhood organizations both internally and externally via staffing, organizational / advisory board oversight, and grant funded programs. Each piece is important for equitable and high quality services to our residents.
The lens that Neighborhoods 2020 uses encompasses four important parts:
1). Consistent funding and programming for neighborhoods and other community based programs such as One Minneapolis and the Community Innovation Fund
2). Proper sizing and oversight of these programs by an advisory body
3). A consistent Citywide Community Engagement policy for the City of Minneapolis that incorporates the Core Principles of Community Engagement
4). Evaluating the Neighborhood and Community Relations Department’s service delivery model and making changes if necessary.
Join the Neighborhoods 2020 mailing list! This does not enroll you in our general update emails.
Public Health, Environment, Civil Rights, and Engagement Committee – May 14th 1:30 pm – City Council Chambers – RM 317 City Hall
Updated Roadmap, Work Group Overview, and Public Feedback Summary (Including all comments)
NCR will present the updated Roadmap, Work Group Overview, and Public Feedback Summary on Monday May 14th at 1:30 pm in RM 317 of City Hall. The following documents will be part of the presentation.
- Updated 2020 Roadmap – A guide for conversation
- 2020 Recommendations – Appendix
- 2020 Program Options – Appendix
- Public Comment Summary (Including all comments)
- 2020 Work Group Overview and Application
Neighborhoods 2020 work teams will compile recommendations for the Minneapolis City Council that envision the next phase of Minneapolis’ neighborhood programming which should reflect changes in the city’s population diversity and demographics. The work teams will also look at advisory board structure and city-wide engagement policy.