LCC Reports & Reviews

Have thoughts or ideas you want to share with Longfellow Community Council? We’re always looking for community input to help shape our work. Here you’ll find reports from our outreach efforts gathered from surveys, conversations, and community events.

2022 Reports

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3rd Precinct

During Spring of 2022, we organized community conversations around the future of the 3rd Precinct. We gathered information from attendees and community members about the community’s goals for the 3rd Precinct site.

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2022 Priority Survey Report

This survey was conducted between January 6th and February 28th to gather feedback on the resources, programs, and events that residents and business owners in Greater Longfellow would like LCC to focus on in 2022.

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photo of LCC office on Minnehaha Ave.

2022 Annual Report

Curious about what LCC was up to in 2022? Read about all the great programs we’ve been working on and new projects we started. Find information about grants we’ve provided to community and other funding initiatives.

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Minnehaha Falls

Park Dedication Fees Allocation Recommendations

LCC gathered community input on what projects should be prioritized in the Greater Longfellow neighborhood parks. Here you can find our recommendations on funding allocations submitted to the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board and Staff in September 2022.


2022 Park Dedication Survey Results

This survey was conducted in the Spring of 2022 and reached over 200 residents throughout the four Greater Longfellow neighborhoods about their priorities for MPRB regarding park expansion, new parks, and existing park infrastructure. Find a snapshot of results with this graphic or find the complete results below.

Complete results
Survey boards at open streets

Role of Neighborhood Organizations & Collaborative Work Survey Results

We surveyed community members online, at public events like Open Streets, and LCC events. Funding for neighborhood organizations is shifting, and we want to make sure we are focusing on the work our community values and engaging in beneficial partnerships.

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