Land Use Notifications

Click on the project links to learn more and contact the representative listed on the notification, the City of Minneapolis or your City Council Member. For more information and help: Minneapolis Guide to Land Use Planning (PDF) Minneapolis Development Services Customer Service Center City of Minneapolis Toolkit for Neighbors of … Read more

2022 MPHA Affordable Housing at 5633 34th Avenue S.

New – City Public Hearing Scheduled for 11/15. Find out more and how to sign up to speak. The Minneapolis Public Housing Authority (MPHA) and DJR Architecture propose building 84 affordable units throughout the City of Minneapolis in 2022. The Morris Park neighborhood project is one of 16 deeply affordable … Read more

3225 Minnehaha Parkway – Sanctuary Lofts

New – April 2022 Assembly MN, a local developer, will present initial plans to the community for feedback and input. Assembly plans to convert the existing building at 3225 E Minnehaha Pkwy (St James on the Parkway Church), into apartments and expand onsite parking. From Assembly: “We intend to submit … Read more

Tracking Development in the Nokomis East Neighborhoods

In September, NENA launched a new online feature to keep residents and businesses informed of proposed land use applications and development projects. Land Use Notifications Recent proposals include: Bossen Field Master Plan Proposed stealth monopole by Verizon Wireless 100 Units of Affordable Housing for Veterans by the VA Check back regularly … Read more

Conversation Kit from the Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Committee

21-Day Group Conversations on Race Planning Kit A Project of NENA’s Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) Committee After the 2020 murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis Police and the Uprising, the Nokomis East Neighborhood Association (NENA) formed a DEI Committee to support residents working to change the oppressive systems burdening … Read more

Staying In Place Grants for Vulnerable Adults

NENA is pleased to offer its Staying In Place grant program through its nonprofit partner, Rebuilding Together Twin Cities. The Staying in Place grants are designed to help vulnerable adults (lower-income households, seniors, residents living with a disability, and/or veterans) address outstanding housing maintenance issues. Rebuilding Together Twin Cities will … Read more

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