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Safety
Karen Notsch
Crime Prevention Specialist
3rd Precinct CCP/SAFE
3000 Minnehaha Avenue
Minneapolis, MN  55406
(612) 673-2856
FAX:  (612) 673-3563

Minneapolis Community Planning and Economic Development
105 Fifth Avenue South #200
Minneapolis, MN 55401
www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/cped/

Minneapolis Development Review
-First stop for mot businesses who have questions about licensing, zoning, permits etc
www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/mdr

Councilmember Elizabeth Glidden, Ward 8 Office
612-396-2288
elizabeth.glidden@minneapolismn.gov
www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/council/ward8

Churches
Worldwide Outreach
3808 Chicago Avenue South
612-824-1774

Calvary Lutheran Church
3901 Chicago Avenue South
612-827-2504

The Baha’i Center of Minneapolis
3644 Chicago Avenue S.
612-823-3494

The Bancroft Neighborhood Association (BNA)
The Bancroft Neighborhood Association (BNA) is a grass-roots, democratically-run, neighborhood-based non-profit, working to represent and empower residents and support businesses in the Bancroft neighborhood. Through activities as diverse as hosting a neighborhood festival and administering home improvement programs, the BNA works to improve the neighborhood and the City as a whole.

The BNA’s goals include: Stimulate the interest of residents in the welfare of the community, and to actively support the improvement of the neighborhood; Create an awareness of the problems and challenges of the community through the study of the needs of the residents of the area, participation in projects, meetings, discussions, and presentations of speakers; Actively encourage widespread participation of neighborhood residents into long-range thinking and planning for needs and goals of the community; Represent the community for constructive development in the areas of neighborhood beautification, zoning and land use planning, traffic control, police and fire protection, mass-transit, community public relations, local ordinance enforcement, coordination of government services provided including schools, parks, and libraries.

The BNA has a part-time community organizer, and many engaged residents volunteering on the board and committees, supporting events and programs, and making everything we do happen. Please get in touch if you would like to get involved. We are here to work for and with you!

Visit us in our office at Bethel Lutheran Churh: 4120 17th Avenue South in Minneapolis.

Visit us online at www.bancroftneighborhood.org, or contact us at  612-724-5313 or info@bancroftneighborhood.org

Bancroft Neighborhood Association
4120 17th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55407
Phone: 612-724-5313
Email: info@bancroftneighborhood.org

The Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association (PPNA)

Mission
The Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association (PPNA) works to enhance the quality of life in the Powderhorn Park neighborhood by facilitating community engagement, embracing a diversity of voices, and fostering economic and community development.

Overview of our Organization
The Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association was formed in 1982 to strengthen this inner-city, south Minneapolis neighborhood – bounded by Lake Street, Cedar Avenue, 38th Street and Chicago Avenue – by building connections among the neighborhood’s members (residents, property owners, employees and businesses) and working to support their collective efforts to address community concerns.

About Our Community – Please Visit:
The City of Minneapolis’s Powderhorn Park Neighborhood profile
Wilder Research’s Neighborhood Information on Powderhorn Park Neighborhood

Becky Timm
Executive Director
Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association
821 E 35th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55407
(612) 722-4817
www.ppna.org
 
PPNA’s Community Event Calendar – http://ppna.org/upcoming-events

Central Area Neighborhood Development Organization (CANDO)

Mission: Central Area Neighborhood Development Organization (CANDO) promotes neighborhood livability and stability, fosters economic development, and strengthens communication through inclusive and representative community involvement.

Vision: Central neighborhood is a safe, clean, vibrant community, where all residents are active participants, united in strengthening the quality of life and economic stability of the neighborhood.

Central Neighborhood
Development Organization (CANDO)
310 E 38th Street #304
Minneapolis, MN 55409
Executive Director
Kristi Johnson: 612.824.1333

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