City Council adopts updated Language Access Plan
The City Council adopted an updated Language Access Plan in December. The plan provides resources to help City employees make City programs, services and activities accessible to residents with limited English proficiency. The resources should be used by anyone who interacts – directly or indirectly – with Minneapolis residents who speak limited English to ensure that the City delivers services equitably to all residents.
The Neighborhood and Community Relations Department updated the Language Access Plan by working closely with City departments and leadership. Neighborhood and Community Relations will roll out training and information on the plan in early 2016.
The Language Access Plan will help the City work toward its goal of One Minneapolis.
Published Jan 13, 2016