The Longfellow Community Council (LCC) is facilitating a neighborhood planning process for the reconstruction of the areas most affected by the unrest that followed the tragic death of George Floyd.
The goal of this effort is to create a new vision for equitable, sustainable and resilient redevelopment, enhancing public spaces, preserving key community assets and rebuilding civic, commercial and residential places for the coming years.
Your participation in completing this brief 5-minute questionnaire will begin to inform this critical neighborhood rebuilding effort.
Click here to fill out the questionnaire.
Please invite your family, friends and neighbors to fill out this questionnaire too!
The City will hold three public hearings on the proposed City of Minneapolis Budget on November 7, December 4 and 11, 2019 in the City Council Chambers (Room 317), 350 South Fifth Street.
The City is interested in your views on community development and housing needs and how the 2020 City budget can address these needs. Your comments will inform the City’s 2020 Consolidated Plan application to U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for community entitlement grant funds. Minneapolis uses these funds for programs benefitting low and moderate-income residents.
Additional information regarding the public hearings, the proposed 2020 budget and grant estimates can be found here.
The full budget can be found at: www.minneapolismn.gov/budget/2020-budget
The public hearings are scheduled for the following times:
- November 7- 9:30am
- December 4- 6:05pm
- December 11- 6:05pm
If you are unable to attend the public hearings, or if you have any questions on the Consolidated Plan, you may send comments to:
Matt Bower, Intergovernmental Relations
Address: Office of Grants and Special Projects – 307M City Hall, 350 South Fifth Street, Minneapolis, MN 55415