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.
The City of Minneapolis Government has released a draft of the Minneapolis Transportation Action Plan, a 10-year action plan to guide future planning, design and implementation of transportation projects for all people in all the ways they move around. The City is taking public comment on the action plan through April 22.
The Transportation Action Plan advances the transportation vision outlined in the Minneapolis 2040 Comprehensive Plan – a framework that emphasizes equity and a commitment to addressing our climate emergency by focusing on low or no-carbon transportation options.
Monday, March 23rd, 2020
Webster Elementary – Lunch Room
425 5th St NE
SAENA’s Board of Directors met in November 2019 to set priorities for the future informed by resident’s input on the Community Priorities survey from last summer. The Board of Directors narrowed down all of the amazing ideas to three areas of focus for 2020 and beyond:
Come learn more about how to get involved, and enjoy a community meal with SAENA!
PLUS we’ll have League of Women Voters helping you register to vote, and information on Census 2020!
There will be a Special Election to fill a vacancy in Minnesota House District 60A, which includes parts of Northeast Minneapolis. Enter your address to see if you are eligible to vote in this election. You can also view a sample ballot for the Special Election on the Secretary of State’s website.
Tuesday, January 21
Tuesday, February 4
Early voting at: Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services,
980 E Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis 55414
Last day of Early Voting: Monday, January 20 from 8:00am – 5:00pm
Vote by Mail is available for the Special Election. Fill out the special Absentee Ballot Application to receive a ballot through the mail.
The City of Minneapolis Government is seeking comments through Dec. 27 on the draft ADA Transition Plan for Public Works – a plan that identifies priorities for removing accessibility barriers in the City’s public right of way.
The draft ADA Transition Plan identifies and outlines recommendations for four types of infrastructure that impact accessibility for people walking or rolling in the public right of way: pedestrian curb ramps, accessible pedestrian signal systems, sidewalks and street crossings.
Following the comment period, staff will review feedback and will bring a revised ADA Transition Plan for Public Works to the City Council for consideration in early 2020.
Read the full draft here: http://www.minneapolismn.gov/www/groups/public/@publicworks/documents/webcontent/wcmsp-221601.pdf
Comments can be made online, in person, or via phone.
Attend an Open House on the draft:
Monday, Dec. 16
Minneapolis Central Library, Doty Board Room
300 Nicollet Mall
Comment online here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DraftADATransitionPlanSurvey
Comments can also be taken by: