Recent Quotes (30 days)

You have no recent quotes
chg | %

City of Minneapolis news

  
Showing stories 1 - 10 of about 70   

Articles published

Boy's treehouse must come down, city of Minneapolis says
According to the city, the treehouse violates zoning ordinances. The structure on Emerson Avenue in Minneapolis, is reportedly just feet from a neighbor's bedroom window, and is also 22 feet off the ground, which violates city code. (CityPages has more ...
Fate of Lowry Hill treehouse in Minneapolis city board's hands  Minneapolis Star Tribune
City Says Treehouse Must Go, But This Boy Still Hopes To Keep It  CBS Local
Related articles »  
Minneapolis: More helicopter training Thursday night
MINNEAPOLIS - The city of Minneapolis is reminding residents to expect more military training exercises. The recent training has most noticeably included helicopter drills, where the aircrafts have been flying low around downtown buildings in ...
US Defense Helicopter Training Continues In Twin Cities  CBS Local
Helicopter training over cities continues through Thursday  TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press
Related articles »  
Minneapolis, Edina and St. Louis Park at odds over future of woodsy dog park
�If St. Louis Park and Edina pass this up, I think the city of Minneapolis would garner a much larger price� through a bid process, said Minneapolis Council Member Linea Palmisano, who represents the 13th Ward - located across France Avenue from the ...
Related articles »  
Bike count informs Minneapolis city planning
The urban and regional planning master's student was volunteering for Minneapolis' annual survey to see how many of its citizens walk and bike.
Minneapolis picks JLL to help consolidate city offices
Minneapolis is hiring a real estate consultant because its offices are spread out in seven buildings, making it difficult for residents to find city staff and conduct business. The distance also hurts employee coordination and response times, according ...
Police Body Camera Program Advances In Minneapolis
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - A panel of Minneapolis officials has approved a $170,000 pilot program to place body cameras on 36 police officers.
Minneapolis police to start testing body cameras  MinnPost
Committee approves police body camera study  KARE
Related articles »  
Help shape our city� apply for openings on Minneapolis Civil Rights ...
The City of Minneapolis has more than 50 volunteer-based boards, commissions and advisory committees that advise the City on issues and help with policy development and administration of services.
Minneapolis debuts pop-up 'parklets' on city streets
Council Member Lisa Bender said the city's goal is to create places along commercial stretches where people feel comfortable gathering and chatting with their neighbors.
City's first "parklets" pop up in parking spots  Minneapolis Star Tribune (blog)
Minneapolis hopes for big impact from tiny 'parklets'  Rick Kupchella's BringMeTheNews
Related articles »  
Minneapolis City Council Votes to Approve SWLRT Project
Earlier this week, the city voted on a few conditions, such as protecting public land ownership. Railroads generally have unprecedented authority to make changes as needed as a project moves along, but the Minneapolis City Council voted to secure ...
Minneapolis City Council approves Southwest LRT  MinnPost
Related articles »  
Grow with KARE - Lakewood Cemetery Gardens
Minneapolis, MINN. - Lakewood Cemetery has been celebrating life since 1871. Once in the outskirts of the bustling city of Minneapolis during it's inception now is in a haven that is surrounded by the very city. Two hundred and fifty acres of rolling ...