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A safe place to call home
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Conversation attendees and City elected officials

Progress assessment: Candid conversations on achievements and opportunities

Where We Are

Scores of people who live and work in Minneapolis were invited to City Hall to assess our community’s successes and shortcomings in reaching its goals by 2011. This report is a summary of their personal and subjective assessments as well as their suggestions for helping our community reach the five-year goals set by the mayor and City Council in July 2006.

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Introduction to Where We Are

Table of contents

A safe place to call home: housing, health and safety

Guns, Gangs, Graffiti Gone
- Conversation participants

Crime Reduction: Community Policing, Accountability & Partnership

- Conversation participants

Lifecycle Housing Throughout the City

- Conversation participants

"Get Fit" and Make Healthy Choices

- Conversation participants

Youth: Valued, Challenged & Engaged

- Conversation participants

One Minneapolis: equal access, equal opportunity, equal input

Close Race & Class Gaps: Housing, Educational attainment, Health
- Conversation participants

Middle Class: Keep It, Grow It

- Conversation participants

Equitable City Services & Geographically Placed Amenities

- Conversation participants

Eliminate Homelessness

- Conversation participants

Deconcentrate Poverty

- Conversation participants

Lifelong learning second to none: schools, libraries and innovation

All Kids Ready for Kindergarten
- Conversation participants

Economic Engine: Generating Ideas, Inventions & Innovations

- Conversation participants

21 st Century Skills for All 21 Year-Olds

- Conversation participants

Embrace the U’s Outreach & Land-Grant Enterprise

- Conversation participants

Education: Stronger Partnerships Toward Better Results

- Conversation participants

Tap the Contribution Potential and Wisdom of Retirees & Seniors

- Conversation participants

Connected communities: great spaces & places, thriving neighborhoods

Integrated, Multimodal Transportation Choices, Border-to-Border
- Conversation participants

Walkable, Bikable, Swimmable

- Conversation participants

Customer-Focused, Outcome-Based, Performance-Driven Development Services

- Conversation participants

Northstar Completed; Central Corridor Underway; SW Corridor Fully Developed

- Conversation participants

Streets & Avenues: Reopen Nicollet at Lake; Revitalize Broadway & Lowry; Revitalize Washington Boulevard

- Conversation participants

Enriched environment: greenspace, arts, sustainability

Energy Into Renewable & Alternative Energy
- Conversation participants

Replant, Restore, Revere Our Urban Forest

- Conversation participants

Arts – Large & Small – Abound and Surround

- Conversation participants

Upper Mississippi Planned and Proceeding

- Conversation participants

Fully Implement the City’s Sustainable Work Plan

- Conversation participants

Fully Implement the City’s Cultural Work Plan

- Conversation participants

A premier destination: visitors, investment and vitality

Retain & Grow Businesses in Life Sciences
- Conversation participants

Retain & Grow Businesses in the Creative Economy

- Conversation participants

Reposition City in Minds of Region, State, Nation & World

- Conversation participants

Cleaner, Greener, Safer Downtown

- Conversation participants

Jobs: Be A Talent Mecca

- Conversation participants

Leverage Our Entertainment Edge… Heck, Be Edgy

- Conversation participants

Conversation Attendees and City Elected Officials

All Conversation Participants

Last updated Sep 27, 2011