Changes proposed in the Minneapolis 2040 Comprehensive Plan will require the City to consider improving its existing park and transit infrastructure.
The Minneapolis 2040 Comprehensive Plan will have an array of effects on zoning throughout the city, provoking a variety of responses in neighborhoods around the University of Minnesota.
Following Downtown’s example, leaders in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood want to enroll community liaisons to promote safety and livability throughout the area.
A revamped community engagement policy will attempt to bring equity and diversity to the forefront of the Minneapolis Park Board’s plans in the coming months.
A community of public housing townhomes in the Prospect Park neighborhood will be the site of a first-of-its-kind maintenance program in the coming year as part of ongoing investments.
Following the death of a 19-year-old University of Minnesota student last October, residents of Southeast Como are at an impasse for improving the safety of a segment of railroad tracks through the neighborhood.
A Minneapolis program that incentivizes landlords to retain affordable housing will have a prominent presence in the University area.
A pilot program matching mental health professionals with police officers could broaden and find permanence after a successful year-long run.
Plans set forth for a 132-acre park cutting through the University of Minnesota campus will preserve and improve green space with an aim to draw more visitors to the area.
Dockless electric scooters descended on the Twin Cities nearly two months ago, and now the University of Minnesota is looking to work with the companies that operate them.