About the NRP
"The Minneapolis Neighborhood Revitalization
Program is an innovative effort to bring
residents into the priority-setting process of their
city. It is based on the belief that the
empowerment of residents and the mobilization
of untapped resources, energy and creativity
can make our progressive vision of the future
Robert D. Miller, Minneapolis NRP Director
A basic overview describing the concept, goals, process, history and funding of the NRP.
Everything you've wanted to know about the NRP Policy Board, including contact information.
Planning for the second decade of the NRP, Phase II, began in 1999. This section provides detailed information about the process by which the NRP Policy Board ultimately adopted procedures for Phase II program operations as well as the actual procedures themselves.
Learn more about PlanNet, a computer data system that enables neighborhoods
to systematically share a wealth of information about their plans and projects. PlanNet is a powerful tool that gives users access to vast amounts of historical information compiled by neighborhoods.
High praise and international recognition is nothing new to the NRP. The program is frequently recognized for its contributions to major projects throughout the City of Minneapolis. Follow the links below to learn more about two prestigious awards the NRP has received.
The Prospect Park East River Road Improvement
Association used NRP funds to build stairway access to
the Mississippi River Gorge Regional Park.
Answers to the most frequently asked questions about the NRP.
Work With Us
Looking to get more involved? Want to work with the NRP? Here you will find a list job opportunities within the NRP and our partner organizations.
Information on how to get in touch with your Neighborhood contact or with anyone else at the NRP.