The City of Minneapolis is seeking public input on the draft for the pedestrian master plan. The plan addresses a broad range of pedestrian issues beyond simply
providing sidewalks. It includes ways for Minneapolis to foster a
culture of walking and street life. It addresses trees and boulevards,
crosswalks and intersections, street lighting, bridge design, street
furniture, accessibility, snow and ice clearance, sidewalk cafes,
construction zones, and funding pedestrian improvements.You can review the plan online here
or attend an open house and walking workshops on July 16. Public meeting: July 16 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Master plan presentation at 6:30 p.m.
Minneapolis Central Library
300 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis Public Works would like to announce a public meeting regarding the Central Avenue NE Corridor Bicycle Study. The limits of the study are from the Mississippi River to 37th Ave NE. Please attend to find out more information about the progress of the study, and to provide input and feedback on the potential to utilize bicycle facilities on Central Ave NE.Thursday, July 30th
2200 Central Avenue NE
Audubon Park has opened a new Mini Farmers' Market here in Northeast Minneapolis. The market is open every Thursday from 4:00 to 7:00pm through late September at Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church parking lot at the corner of 27th Avenue and Johnson Street. And don't forget the Farmer's Market at St. Boniface Church located at 7th Avenue and University. More information can be found here
The Recycling Association of Minnesota selling rain barrels at a discount due to overwhelming demand. You can purchase a rain barrel for $65. You can find more information online
The City of Minneapolis has launched a new web site where the public can learn how the City is putting federal
recovery funds to work to get our economy moving. As Minneapolis begins
to receive funding from the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of
2009 (ARRA), it is making transparency a top priority to ensure that
residents and others have easy access to information on how the City is
pursing and spending recovery funds.
The Minneapolis Economic Recovery site
has an up-to-date list of recovery grants that the City has either
received or that are in the application pipeline. It includes economic
recovery resources for residents and businesses, and there's also an
opportunity for you to submit your ideas for making the most of the
federal recovery funding.
The Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board will be showing the movie March of the Penguins
at Audubon Park on July 7th. Naturalists will be on hand prior the movie to provide fun and free activities. The movie is scheduled will begin at dusk (around 9:15). March of the Penguins
Tuesday, July 7th
1320 29th Avenue NE