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 NeighborsForMoreNeighbors@gmail.com 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)

March Member Social featuring Shane Phillips

Hey Neighbor! We’re excited to welcome Shane Phillips, author of The Affordable City, as the special guest at our March member social! Shane Phillips manages the UCLA Lewis Center Housing Initiative and is an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California. The Affordable City, discusses the problem of high housing costs and household instability that affect every major… (read more)

Neighborly Events Update

Check out these events around town to meet your neighbors and advocate for more affordable, abundant housing in the Twin Cities! Neighbors for More Neighbors events: We are taking February off, but stay tuned for more exciting events this spring Other neighborly events in the Twin Cities: Minnesota Housing Partnership: Legislative UpdateFriday, February 5, 9:00am Find more… (read more)