We are collecting NEW items needed to keep our youth warm this winter including hats, scarves, gloves, mittens, and even winter coats. All sizes and styles will be accepted. We are also collecting School Supplies.
Your voice is needed. This week is the time to weigh in on three hugely important precedents about to be set in Minnesota all within the same public process.
Please take 5 minutes to add your comments before 12:00 pm on July 30th to include them in the virtual Public Hearings! You will find messaging points plus an easy way to record your (up to) 3-minute testimony there.
Lyndale Avenue North has been identified as a High Injury Street in the City’s
Vision Zero Action Plan. This project aims to address safety concerns along
Lyndale Avenue North between Plymouth Avenue North and 21st Avenue
North, including the #1 highest crash intersection in the city – West Broadway
Avenue. This portion of Lyndale Avenue North is currently a four-lane
undivided street, a layout that has particular safety challenges. This project
will implement quick, inexpensive solutions to lower vehicle speeds, improve
pedestrian safety, and help us reach our Vision Zero goal to eliminate all
deaths and serious injuries on our streets.
Join the U of M Department of Pediatrics for a facilitated conversation to help shape meaningful research around individuals and families affected by thalassemia in Karen, Hmong, and Thai communities.
Important opportunities to intervene in the energy decisions: Here are 3 key upcoming comment filing dates for decisions about: Where does energy get sourced from? What is the price of it? Who gets to...
On Friday, July 17th the Hawthorne Neighborhood Council and Al McFarlane of Insight News hosted the Northside Urban Coalition Meeting.
“The Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office is dedicated to stopping the spread of opioid use and curbing this epidemic. We have a real opportunity to address this problem during incarceration. We want to help and treat people at the jail, so they leave with a clear mind and with tools to help them continue their recovery.”
The Minneapolis Charter Commission is seeking public comments on a proposed amendment to the City Charter related to the future of public safety. People can submit their comments online or provide them directly to members of the commission at a public hearing July 15th or July 21st.
Families still have time to apply for additional food assistance benefits to help feed their children this summer when they are not receiving school lunches. Due to a deadline extension up to 150,000 families have until July 31 to apply for Pandemic-Electronic Benefit Transfer, also referred to as P-EBT.