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Public Comment on Neighborhoods 2020 Framework Recommendations Has Closed
Nhoods 2020

Since 2016, NCR has been meeting with community leaders, neighborhood organizations and elected officials about the role that the neighborhood organization system and NCR should play in meeting the needs of our growing city after the year 2020. This project is called Neighborhoods 2020. The policy document that outlines the recommendations from these meetings is called the Neighborhoods 2020 Framework Recommendations, and was open for public comment from January 28 to March 31, 2019.

NCR staff attended over 40 community meetings, reaching over 1,000 people who gave public comments in English, Lao and Hmong, Somali, and Spanish. Members of the public were also invited to submit their comments via postal mail, email, voicemail and text message. Read more...

What's in the Framework Document

The Neighborhoods 2020 Framework Recommendations are built off of the recommendations from three community work groups and cover three areas:

  1. Programming and funding for the neighborhood organization system.
  2. Governance of the neighborhood organization system and an advisory commission.
  3. A city government community engagement policy.

Read the Neighborhoods 2020 Framework Recommendations in EnglishEspañol, Soomaaliga and Hmoob.

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