Neighborhood & Community Relations
When residents are informed, connected to their community and feel represented in City government, they are empowered to influence decisions that impact their lives.
Stay at home until April 10 except for essential activities
The governor has ordered Minnesotans to stay home now through April 10 to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease 19 (COVID-19). Residents may still leave home for essential activities such as grocery shopping, doctors visits or exercise outside.
- Read the answers to frequently asked questions about the stay at home order here.
- Read updates about cases by county, how to protect yourself and download informational materials in multiple languages on the Minnesota Department of Health website.
- See how coronavirus and the stay at home order has affected the City of Minneapolis.
- Community resources and financial help for Minnesotans affected by the virus and stay at home order.
Spread the word
- #StayHomeMN shareable graphics
- Multilingual COVID-19 symptoms, prevention and health insurance flyers
- Tune in to the City's multilingual radio shows
- Check the mail for your census letter and get counted today
- Neighborhoods 2020 program guidelines public comment period extended through July 15
- Minneapolis Connects March 2020 newsletter
- 2018 Neighborhood Programs Annual Report
- 2018 Diversity Survey Report
- View past newsletters
Last updated Apr 3, 2020