Help City prioritize funding for capital improvement projects
The City is holding three public comment sessions to give people the chance to provide feedback on priorities for proposed Minneapolis infrastructure projects.
Proposals to build and renovate streets, buildings, bridges, park facilities and other parts of Minneapolis’ infrastructure over the next five years are collected and prioritized every year. The committee that does this work wants to hear from you about your priorities.
The upcoming input sessions are opportunities for you to get questions answered by the Capital Long-Range Improvement Committee members and City staff.
6:30-8 p.m. Wednesday, May 8
Urban Research and Outreach-Engagement Center (UROC), 2001 Plymouth Ave. N., Room 107
6:30-8 p.m. Wednesday, May 15
Phillips Community Center, 2323 11th Ave. S., South meeting room
Joint public hearing – Capital Long-Range Improvement Committee/Planning Commission Committee of the Whole
6 p.m. Thursday, May 16
City Hall, Room 319, 350 S. Fifth St.
The Capital Long-Range Improvement Committee reviews capital budget requests submitted by City departments and independent City boards and makes recommendations to the mayor and City Council on how those projects should be prioritized and which ones should be funded in the committee’s annual report.
Projects considered for the next Capital Long-Range Improvement Committee report can be viewed on the City’s website.
Published May 6, 2019