A new City of Minneapolis housing policy meant to bolster affordable housing is opening up discussion about where students fit into the issue.
A City of Minneapolis comprehensive draft plan proposes directly tying neighborhood association funding to diversity initiatives for the first time.
With growing anxieties about youth violence in Cedar-Riverside, local leaders are rerouting Minneapolis budget money to bring a outreach team to the neighborhood aimed at alleviating the issue.
Students had a chance to question housing experts about one of the most controversial issues in Minneapolis’ overarching city plan at a Tuesday forum on campus.
A West Bank organization is pushing for the City of Minneapolis to designate Cedar-Riverside as a culturally and ethnically distinct neighborhood under a new policy amendment.
As the Minneapolis City Council prepares to complete a draft of its comprehensive 2040 plan, an amendment will uniquely recognize the University of Minnesota and surrounding neighborhoods for the first time.
Metro Transit is exploring the possibility of replacing a popular Dinkytown bus route with a high-frequency transit line.
While many areas around the University of Minnesota have been a hotbed for new development, Marcy-Holmes has shouldered the majority of new construction compared to other neighborhoods around campus.
Diverse members of neighborhood associations near UMN say that In order to better represent their communities, boards should deliberately engage in diverse recruitment.
Although insulation may not be the first thing on students’ minds when they look for an off-campus house, the City of Minneapolis has made affording insulation and other energy efficiency measures a priority.