Armatage Neighborhood Funding Plan
The Armatage Neighborhood Association has remaining, unspent funds and we need your input! City funding for neighborhood organizations like the ANA expires in 2020. There isn’t yet a new plan in place for 2021 and beyond but funding is expected to decrease significantly (or possibly end entirely – see below or visit armatage.org/N2020 for more info).
Click here to check out the full plan to allocate this one-time resource to keep popular programs and community services operating for the next 4+ years. Share your feedback by November 15 in person at upcoming community events, via text at 612.466.0296, email or fill out our online survey.
Neighborhoods 2020 – Support Funding for Neighborhood Organizations
The funding for Minneapolis neighborhood organizations like the ANA expires at the end of 2020. If continuing to have neighborhood organizations like the ANA operating in Minneapolis matters to you, we encourage you to click here for a sample letter to contact each of our Minneapolis City Council members.
Learn all about how the 5500 block of Washburn Avenue S hangs their magical holiday lights along the boulevard from Armatage resident Jess Bell at armatage.org/lights
Photo credit: Matt Sepeta
As the weather gets colder, we feel the drafts and air leaks at our homes, rentals and businesses more. Click here to learn all about a new, free resource in Armatage to help you pinpoint energy waste.
This project is funded through the Armatage Neighborhood Mini Grants.
The Armatage Neighborhood Association (ANA) was founded in 1991 as part of a citywide effort to increase opportunities for residents to connect with city and to allow neighborhoods to address local concerns.
Located in the southwest corner of the city, Armatage neighborhood is bounded by:
- the north by 54th Street W
- the east by Logan Ave S
- the south by Hwy 62 (Crosstown)
- the west by Xerxes Ave S
Word Cloud generated by the Southwest Minneapolis Neighborhood Survey
conducted by UofM student Madelyn Sundberg