How you can help Neighbors for More Neighbors in 2022

Hello Neighbor,  We are looking ahead to 2022, and ready to make an impact as we stand up for secure, abundant homes for everyone in the Twin Cities. And we could use your help as a volunteer this year!  Check out our upcoming opportunities to take action, and email if you want to learn more or… (read more)

ACTION: Support Parking Reform in Minneapolis

With Minneapolis 2040, the City of Minneapolis committed to eliminating car parking minimum requirements city-wide. We need you to speak up, as the City now considers this change, because it will reduce disparities, make new homes more affordable, and help our city become more climate resilient.  Currently, the city requires that builders provide minimum numbers… (read more)

ACTION Alert: New Minneapolis regulations need your input again

Neighbors for More Neighbors originally organized in support of Minneapolis 2040 because we believe in building enough homes for everyone in our City. Part of the promise of Minneapolis 2040 is again at risk – and we need you to act, again! A few weeks ago, we asked you to take action on Minneapolis’ updated… (read more)

Comment on the Draft Built Form Zoning Regulations

On December 8, the Minneapolis City Council’s Business, Inspections & Zoning Committee will meet to consider new built form regulations to align the zoning code with the Minneapolis 2040 Plan. Neighbors for More Neighbors, along with a coalition of local organizations, signed on to a letter to call for specific changes to the zoning code… (read more)

Take Action: Two Affordable Housing Projects at Risk

Recently, the Minneapolis Planning Commission approved two new affordable housing projects: one at 2025 W River Road N (former Broadway Pizza site), and another at 2301 California St NE. Both projects are entirely affordable, but the approvals for both have been appealed to the Business, Inspections, Housing & Zoning (BIHZ) Committee —appeals that could ultimately… (read more)

N4MN is Seeking Volunteers!

Neighbors for More Neighbors is kicking into high gear, and we’re looking for volunteers to carry us forward over the next 12 months.  We’re all keenly aware of our city’s racial disparities and the growing number of people living without homes. There are many reasons Minneapolis has not addressed these issues. We are working for change on two of those reasons: we’re not… (read more)