The NRP recently released a document showing how NRP funds have been allocated through Neighborhood Action Plans over the 11 years that the program has been in existence. Titled, "NRP Plans: 1991-2001,"
the 13-page booklet provides a detailed look at some of the ways NRP funds have been invested in Minneapolis neighborhoods.
NRP funds are allocated to Minneapolis neighborhoods through the Minneapolis City Council for the purpose of developing and implementing Neighborhood Action Plans. These plans are created by residents and other stakeholders working together to define what is needed for their neighborhood or community.
Some neighborhoods have formed voluntary partnerships that result in a single plan for multiple neighborhoods. A total of 67 Neighborhood Action Plans will be in place when all Minneapolis neighborhoods have completed their planning efforts. The NRP Policy Board and Minneapolis City Council have already approved 62 Neighborhood Action Plans. To date, neighborhood-planning efforts have resulted in more than 1,600 NRP-supported projects and programs throughout the city. These projects and programs have had a dramatic impact on neighborhood and city livability.
Learn more about NRP investments by following the link to the booklet
titled "NRP Plans: 1991-2001." You will need a copy of Acrobat Reader to view the document.
If you have questions or concerns about any of the materials contained in the booklet, please contact Stacy Sorenson
at 612-673-5146 or Jack Whitehurst