- Published: 30 October 2020 30 October 2020
- Published: 23 October 2020 23 October 2020
Thank you to all the Kenny residents who considered and cast their vote on the proposed Plan Modification. Approval of the Plan Modification passed by a vote of 54-12. The next step is to submit the Plan to the City of Minneapolis.
- Published: 28 September 2020 28 September 2020
KNA is proposing to modify its Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP) Plan by reallocating $100,000 of funding from its housing program:
$50,000 for administrative functions
$15,000 for the KNA newsletter
$15,000 for environmental related programming
$10,000 for neighborhood events
$5,000 for communications and outreach
$5,000 for safety related programming
Please see the attached FAQ for an in-depth explanation of this proposal.
Then vote on the proposed modification here. Voting closes on October 21.
- Published: 11 September 2020 11 September 2020
Participating in the census is critical to the future of our communities, our economy and our safety. Not only does the census count determine our political representation, but data that is obtained by the census also helps to allocate over $800 billion in federal resources that our communities rely on. Programmatic support for services like SNAP, CHIP, Head Start and housing and food assistance all rely on population statistics derived from the census. In addition to political representation and resources that help support community, the census also effects our economy and public safety. When businesses are determining where to place new offices or factories, they rely on census data. When real estate developers are deciding where to build new homes, apartment complexes or affordable housing, they too rely on the data from the census. City planners and public safety and health officials also rely on census data to ensure their emergency preparedness during times of crises. During the COVID-19 pandemic, census data was used to determine how many ventilators were needed in Minnesota. Our transportation systems, our roads and even our parks are dependent upon accurate census data.
Kenny neighborhood has already responded to the Census at a rate of about 90%. That number is good, but needs to be at 100%! You can still complete your census online here: https://my2020census.gov/.
How to help if you have completed the census:
Help us spread the word! Right now, Minneapolis has several neighborhoods that have less than 50% completion for the census. If you know someone who lives in one of the following neighborhoods, encourage them to complete the census:
- Prospect Park
- U of M
- Cedar Riverside
- East Phillips
- Elliot Park
- Published: 26 August 2020 26 August 2020
We are happy to share some of the results of our 2019 and 2020 Kenny Raingarden Program. We had hoped to host an in-person garden tour, but are going with a self-guided tour in this time of COVID-19. The attached pdf highlights several of the gardens around the neighborhood- each one had unique needs and solutions. Each garden is visible from the sidewalk or street and we ask that you not go onto private property. Also please remember to socially distance and wear a mask!