Last week, our Public Works Department released the draft of the City’s Transportation Action Plan, and it is now open for public comment through April 22.
You can read the plan, see maps, and comment online at http://go.minneapolismn.gov.
To slow the spread of COVID-19 across the state, Governor Walz signed Executive Order 20-20 directing Minnesotans to #StayHomeMN and limit all movement outside to home to essentials from Friday, March 27th through Friday, April 10th.
The Governor also issued executive orders extending the closure of bars, restaurants and other public accommodations until May 1st and authorizing the Commissioner of Education to implement a Distance Learning Period for students beginning on March 30th through May 4th.
More FAQs and help hotlines here: https://mn.gov/governor/covid-19/
Here at SAENA we love our neighborhood businesses – here’s the status of each business and we’ll keep you updated if anything changes.
356 Monroe St NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Closed until further notice.
355 N.E. Monroe St
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Gopher Liquor will remain open as long as we can, pickup or purchase in store.
For curbside pickup, please call 612-623-4444 to place your order. Then come to store, have credit card and ID ready, and we will process payment and bring your order to you.
You may purchase in-store, too. We have been and will continuously implement extra cleaning and sanitizing procedures. We will take extra precautions by limiting the number of customers in our store at a time.
We are also looking into delivery and will post if available. We are not taking current events lightly and appreciate your support in these times.
Hello Children’s Dental Services Partners, Patients and Supporters!
I hope this finds you all staying healthy and safe as we work through the landscape of COVID-19.
We want to let you know that Children’s Dental Services is available to serve any patient with urgent care needs during this time, whether or not it is a current patient of record, and regardless of age. Given the lack of access to urgent and emergency services, our providers will serve anyone from birth to 100 plus. If you know of, or are a patient with active caries/cavities, pain, swelling or any other urgent care need, please call 612-746-1530 or 1-866-543-6009 to schedule an emergency appointment. Please pass this information on to anyone who can benefit from it.
Thank you all for your partnership and support!
Based on the recommendations of the Minnesota Board of Dentistry, Children’s Dental Services will be closing its clinics and operations to all NON-emergency care starting tomorrow, Tuesday March 17, 2020 through Tuesday March 31, 2020 as we work to contain the spread of COVID-19. If you are in pain or have a dental emergency, please call 612-746-1530 and Children’s Dental Services staff will connect you to the care you need
Due to the public health emergency declared by Mayor Frey, we’ll be closing on Tuesday, March 17th til further notice.
We recommend singing in the shower to satisfy your karaoke fix until then.
The COVID-19 pandemic is changing our lives minute-to-minute. Wherever you are, and whatever you’re doing, we want to reach out to say that we hope you’re OK.
Over 77% of our residents experienced homelessness prior to moving into Clare Housing. If it weren’t for you and the support of community members like you, these vulnerable adults could still be on the street, couch-hopping, or living in a car or a shelter — all the more at risk to this outbreak.
Your support is protecting over 254 individuals and families right now, and for that we are incredibly grateful. We want you to know how valued you are, and how you have already made a difference. Thank you.
Many of you have asked how you can help. During times of stress, offering kindness to others can be a huge source of comfort. At the same time, we appreciate that there is a lot of financial uncertainty out there. That’s why we have a number of meaningful no-cost and low-cost ways to support our residents. You can find a whole list and instructions here: https://www.clarehousing.org/covid-19-resident-relief/
Our residents and staff thank you!
Dear Cali’s customers,
As the COVID-19 situation evolves, Cali’s restaurant is open as regular hours everyday from 11 A.M. to 9 P.M.
We only open for take-out and delivery only at this time until further notice from the Health Department.
We hope you all stay safe and healthy during this virus pandemic. Thank you for your support and continue to support us until now.
648 Broadway St NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
740 Adams Street NE
Open 8AM – 6PM Mon-Thurs
Open 8AM – 6 PM Friday
Open 8AM – 6PM Saturday
Open 10AM – 6PM Sunday
Uncle Franky’s is not shutting down! – Come visit the new Uncle Franky’s drive-in! Just in time to battle the COVID pandemic! (THE ORIGINAL LOCATION ONLY) All services drive up, drive-in, order online and call us for pick up!
Online ordering available through http://www.unclefrankys.mobilebytes.com ,
delivery options : Postmates, DoorDash, BiteSquad, & GrubHub! (Or by calling 612-455-2181)
Temporary New Hours, Daily: 11am -2pm. 5pm-7pm (closed 2-5pm)
728 Broadway Street Northeast
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Thank you to all of you who have reached out to our office over the last two weeks. Our office is issuing this statement in order to best respond to the many calls and emails we have received and to provide as much accurate and up-to-date information as we can at this time.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-348-3526.
Thank you!Bill Emory, Constituent Services & Policy Aide, Hennepin County Commissioner Irene Fernando’s District 2 Office
On Friday March 13, Governor Walz declared a state of peacetime emergency for Minnesota. The following business day on Monday March 16, Chair Greene declared a state of emergency for Hennepin County. And the business day after on Tuesday March 17, the County Board voted on several policy measures.
Policy and voting can be an elongated process. I believe there are many additional actions the County Board will need to take in the coming weeks. Thanks to the strength of Hennepin’s leadership, we were prepared to vote on meaningful policy actions in a timely and responsive manner. I thank my colleagues for their commitment and for passing each measure unanimously (7-0). Below see all the actions Hennepin has taken to date as well as actions I’m advocating for more broadly.
Actions Hennepin has taken, both as a service provider and as an employer:
Actions I am advocating for in my leadership capacity as a Commissioner:
Board Member Scott and his family are using their #quarantinetime to clean up Community Commons Park!
Share a pic or message showing what you’re up to during your quarantine time and we’ll share with your neighbors!
Need resources or want to lend a helping hand?
Check out Neighbors Helping Neighbors on Nextdoor!
Looking for other ways to stay busy during your social distancing? Apply to Adopt A Drain in your neighborhood! Great way to easily give back to your community!
Volunteer fifteen minutes, twice a month, for cleaner waterways and healthier communities. Storm drains flow directly to local lakes, rivers, and wetlands, acting as a conduit for trash and organic pollutants. Adopt a Drain asks residents to adopt a storm drain in their neighborhood and keep it clear of leaves, trash, and other debris to reduce water pollution.-Adopt A Drain website
More info here: https://adopt-a-drain.org/
SAENA is committed to the health and safety of our community and will contribute to the global effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. That is why SAENA will be taking the following actions to better serve our residents:
-We will no longer host the March 23rd Community Meeting.
-SAENA staff will be working remotely.
-Meetings and events will be postponed until further notice, with the exception of the April Board of Directors meeting, which will be hosted on Zoom. More details on how to access that meeting soon!
-SAENA will continue to update you regarding events scheduled for later this season as we monitor updates from the Minnesota Health Department: https://www.health.state.mn.us/index.html#coronavirus
We appreciate your understanding in this challenging time and hope everyone stays safe and healthy!