A message from Senator Champion
Public hearing details
What: North Service Area Master Plan
When: Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at 6:30 pm
Where: Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board Headquarters,
Board Room (second floor), 2117 West River Rd. N., Minneapolis
Note: To speak at the hearing you need to sign up beforehand. You can either:
Call 612-230-6400 before 3 p.m. the day of the hearing
Add your name to the sign-up sheet at the front of the Board Room before the hearing begins at 6:30 pm.
On December 7, 2018, the Minneapolis City Council directed staff to submit a final draft of Minneapolis 2040 to the Metropolitan Council for their review. This final draft is available in PDF form while staff works to update the interactive website to reflect all of the changes adopted by the City Council.
The Conservation Improvement Program (CIP) helps Minnesota households and businesses use electricity and natural gas more efficiently --conserving energy, reducing carbon dioxide emissions, and lessening the need for new utility infrastructure. CIP is funded by ratepayers and administered by electricity and natural gas utilities.
A reminder that two community meetings are planned at which the City of Minneapolis, Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board and development team will share an updated concept plan for the Upper Harbor Terminal site that has been revised and detailed to respond to input received from the community over the last few months:
Saturday, December 8 (Hosted by Council Member Phillipe Cunningham)
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board
2117 West River Road North
Tuesday, December 11
6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board
2117 West River Road North
At both meetings, there will be a presentation on the following topics:
The overall themes of the community input that was received this summer and fall
The revised concept plan (including how the plan responds to the overarching goals established at the beginning of the planning process), and how the revisions and upcoming process steps address the overall community input themes that were heard
The presentations will be followed by a brief question and answer and input period, but these will not be formal public hearings. Input may be provided directly to the City Council and Mayor prior to consideration of the revised version of the Concept Plan in January. There will be extensive additional opportunities for community input after Council approval of the Concept Plan, during the next phase of the planning process.
Both meetings are open to the public, and families are welcome. Refreshments will be provided.
What is the Concept Plan?
The Concept Plan is a step midway through the full planning process for redevelopment of the UHT site outlined in the Exclusive Rights Agreement between the City, Park Board and development team. The intent of the Concept Plan is to verify whether the City Council supports the overall direction of the planning before the process dives into the additional planning and analysis needed to prepare the more detailed Coordinated Plan.
The Concept Plan will allocate which parts of the overall UHT site will be used for parkland, infrastructure and development parcels. It will outline the anticipated phasing of development and a tentative Phase 1 implementation strategy. The basic aspects of several Phase 1 core components (e.g., location, land uses and tentative scale) will be proposed, as will potential land uses that will be explored for later phases of development.
Additional extensive community engagement will follow approval of the Concept Plan in order to refine and detail Phase 1 development (including park design and programming) and to make further progress on later phases. Work is under way to identify an updated community engagement plan that will allow a more collaborative planning process moving forward.
The proposed minimum park boundary (included in the overall redevelopment Concept Plan) will be recommended to the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board in January 2019.
The full Concept Plan will be presented to the Minneapolis City Council for consideration in January 2019.
As noted above, an updated community engagement plan including appointment of a community advisory committee is being prepared and will be presented to the Minneapolis City Council in early 2019.
Watch for future notices when specific dates for the above actions have been set.
For reasonable accommodations or alternative formats please contact Cindy Anderson, email@example.com, 612-230-6472. People who are deaf or hard of hearing can use a relay service to call Minnesota Relay System 711. Para asistencia 612-673-2700 - Rau kev pab 612-673-2800 - Hadii aad Caawimaad u baahantahay 612-673-3500.
The Neighborhoods 2020 work groups are finalizing their draft recommendations for neighborhood funding, governance and City community engagement policy.
Come learn about the progress they’ve made and give your feedback to our Neighborhoods 2020 work group members.
www.Minneapolismn.gov/ncr/2020 firstname.lastname@example.org 612-673-3737
NRRC is partnering with Bikes 4 Kids to reserve 30 bikes to be picked up at the Bikes 4 Kids Give Away Day: Kids come with a parent or guardian to the Brooklyn Center Warehouse and pick out their bike on Saturday, Dec 1. Kids come pick a bike and we have helmet fitting and a safety briefing. The warehouse is located at 5930 Earle Brown Drive, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430. Students must be preregistered with their height information so that we have the correct bikes ready for them. Email NRRC Staff at ContactUs@NRRC.org with the required information from the flyer.
Hello friends and neighbors, They're back! The fat pumpkins are at it again. Please join us in bringing food and fun to the youth and families of our community. We are looking for your assistance. Come join us in our fall harvest celebration. As a sponsor your financial contributions will bring a smile to the faces of each of the children who receive a free pumpkin and give a loving and good home to all of the pumpkins. Canned food donations will go to the food shelf at North Point. Come get you pumpkin on! If you would like to be a sponsor, a vendor or would like to volunteer give us a call.
The name of our event is the great North Minneapolis pumpkin giveaway. Coordinated by the
North Minneapolis roaring lions. A service club bringing good to the hood. Bringing the
neighborhood together in festivity and activity.
On this day we will give a pumpkin to every child that comes, up to 300. We will have a hay ride,
pumpkin carving contest, bouncy house, face painting, wishing well and hot apple cider.
Food will be prepared and served by Youth Farm, with a pumpkin theme. The event will be in
the Cub Foods side parking lot.
It will be held on Saturday, October 27 from 10 AM to 3 PM. We will also have a food drive to
help fill food shelves. We also want an opportunity for local politicians running for office to be
able to take 5 to 10 minutes to introduce themselves. We will also be doing voter registration.
It’s a great day to celebrate pumpkins, the harvest, and neighborhood unity.
October 21 from 10 AM to 3 PM