Help Inform the new Comprehensive Plan for Minneapolis

Want more community policing?  Less/more density in your neighborhood? More historical preservation? Better zoning with better buffers between industry and homes?  More affordable housing?  This is grassroots work that puts these ideas in the plans that direct the city for the next generation.

Join your neighbors in shaping our city to become a healthy, sustainable, and thriving place for all.

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We want to hear from YOU! Join your neighbors in shaping our city to become a healthy, sustainable, and thriving place for all.

Minneapolis 2040 is an update to the City’s Comprehensive Plan, a document that shapes how Minneapolis will grow and change. The plan will cover topics such as housing, job creation, the design of new buildings, and how we use our streets.

Over the past year, City planners have learned a lot from Minneapolis residents about the future of our city. We’ve heard that as the city grows, everyone must benefit from that growth. You told us that it can be difficult to access jobs that are not located nearby. We’ve heard concerns about the rising cost of housing, and that not everyone has access to the type of housing that meets their needs. We’ve also heard that people value well-designed and environmentally sustainable buildings, and that there is a desire for the city to be more walkable, bikeable, and mass transit-friendly.

Please attend one of four upcoming family friendly, interactive open houses in early December. Enjoy complimentary refreshments from local vendors. For more information and to sign up for updates at minneapolis2040.com.

Meeting dates and locations

Van Cleve Park Gym

901 15th Ave SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414

December 2nd from 10:30-12:30

Farview Park Gym

621 N 29th Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55411

December 5th from 5:30 – 7:30

Roosevelt High School Gym

4029 S 28th Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55406

December 9th from 10:00 – 12:00

MLK Park Multi-Purpose Room

4055 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55409

December 11th from 5:30-7:30

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