We expect that the work group will begin convening in July and meet twice a month for up to two hours throughout 2022. The substantial work is expected to be inside the regularly scheduled meetings, planned to be held in person.
- 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 3 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park building, 4055 Nicollet
Community listening sessions are being held in each of the City’s five police precincts will help inform the search process for the next Minneapolis police chief. City Council Member LaTrisha Vetaw, chair of the City Council’s Public Health & Safety Committee, is working with Mayor Jacob Frey’s office and the Mayor’s Police Chief Search Committee on the series of sessions.
The community feedback, guidance and perspective received during these sessions will be an integral piece in the creation of the position profile and will inform the entire search process for the new police chief.
Minneapolis’ Small Business Team Community Office Hours
Tuesday, April 19 | 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Minneapolis Central Library, 300 Nicollet Mall
The City’s Small Business Team works to help people start and grow small businesses in Minneapolis. They recently launched the Minneapolis Business Portal, which provides entrepreneurs and business owners with valuable information and resources to plan, launch, and grow a business.
Tuesday April 12, 7 PM
The City of Minneapolis Public Works Department is planning on holding a preconstruction meeting for the next section of the Grand Avenue Reconstruction. It will be hosted online and all interested neighbors and property owners are encouraged to attend as it is expected that construction will begin shortly.
If you would like to be added to the Kingfield Neighborhood Association Grand Avenue Project list so we can notify you directly of important meetings and construction phases, simply email and put Grand Avenue in the subject line.
n 2022, the City Trees program is working with Tree Trust (a local nonprofit organization) to provide 1,800 trees to Minneapolis property owners. Trees will cost $30 each and all residents are able to order two trees per property. The ordering window for 2022 is as followed:
- 8 a.m. Wednesday, March 23: All Minneapolis property owners can begin ordering their trees.
Order your tree at https://mpls-tree-sale.
Purchasing will close April 15 or when the trees run out, whichever is first. Pick up your tree May 21, 22 or 23 (subject to change). Location is to be determined and will be emailed to people who bought a tree.
Don’t know if your property is in a Green Zone? Check the map at minneapolismn.gov/