Mayor Jacob Frey has presented the recommended 2020 budget. The City Council will begin reviewing the recommended $1.62 billion budget, hold a series of budget presentations in September and October, and vote on adopting the budget in December.
Learn more about the recommended 2020 budget and watch this video series to learn more about the budget process.
Not sure how to contact 311, or what kind of information you need to provide to make a report or get information? The City's new video series, "Ask 311", gets these answers for you.
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The #WeAreMpls campaign is a public awareness campaign elevating unique voices in the city reflective of Minneapolis' rich diversity. The campaign reaffirms the City of Minneapolis' commitment to be a welcoming place for all people, regardless of ethnicity, race, national origin, gender identity, religion or birthplace.
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