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Apply now to be an election judge

Election judges are the people who help their neighbors cast ballots in every election at polling places across the city. Minneapolis needs close to 2,000 election judges. Learn more about serving as an election judge.

Recreational fires in the city

Recreational fires are a popular activity for many in the city. This video shows you what you need to know when having a small outdoor fire in Minneapolis.

Videos also available in Español, Somaaliga, and Hmoob.

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Paid sick and safe time ordinance


On Friday, May 27, the Minneapolis City Council approved a paid sick and safe time ordinance.

Learn more about the ordinance.

Report housing issues to 311

If you notice a problem with a property in your neighborhood, contact 311. You can also report housing problems online.

Biking in Minneapolis

Riding a bike is one of the most popular ways to get around Minneapolis. See why it's important for both cyclists and drivers to know the road. Videos also available in Español, Somaaliga, and Hmoob.


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Salary Compliance Notice

State statute 471.701; Notice of Salary Compliance, requires that the City post for not less than 90 days the name and job title of the three highest paid employees along with their base salary. For 2015 these were:

  1. Jeffrey Johnson, Assistant City Coordinator, Convention Center, $169,555
  2. Steven Kotke, Director Public Works, $164,351
  3. Timothy Giles, Director Employee Services, $160,713