Project Location

Minneapolis, MN

Project Manager

Carrie Christensen

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Language Resources

Correo Electró


Current Phase: Public Comment Period

Traveling exhibit highlights Minneapolis Parks Community Engagement Policy Update

Exhibit Schedule Farview: Through October 16Bottineau: October 17-22Powderhorn: October 22-29 (Open House Oct. 22)Van Cleve: October 29-November 5 (Open House Oct. 30)MPRB Headquarters: November 5-9 The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) is updating its Community Engagement Policy, and as part of that effort a traveling exhibit will make its way around the park system […]

Draft of updated Community Engagement Policy is now available

The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) is updating its Community Engagement Policy and we’d like to hear from you! MPRB staff spent months reflecting on experiences, having conversations with park users, researching best practices around the nation, and learning from local and national thought leaders and community stakeholders to develop a draft update to […]

Community Survey Closed

In winter of 2017-18, approximately 250 community members responded to an online survey about MPRB’s current community engagement policy which will inform the policy update.  

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Project Milestones

Fall 2017

  • MPRB staff and agency partner interviews and feedback on current policy

Winter 2017-2018

  • Community survey on current community engagement policy

Spring 2018

  • Policy update opens for public comment

Summer 2018

  • Exhibit tours MPRB rec centers for community input

Fall 2018

  • Final Community Engagement Policy update presented to Board of Commissioners

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The current Community Engagement Policy was created in 2012. It was key to establishing standard practices for community engagement efforts, specifically with planning and design projects. The updated policy will be used by all departments across the agency.