Category: News and Events


SNG is Moving!

Seward Neighborhood Group is moving to the Five Square Building at 2525 East Franklin Avenue.  We will take up residence at our new location starting October 1.  Someday, post-COVID, SNG will host an open-house at our new home.   Meanwhile,…

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Request for King’s Fair 2021 Event Planning Volunteers

We need your help to make King’s Fair 2021 bigger and better than ever before! Starting in 2021, we would like to see King’s Fair become an annual event. This means that we need your help to plan and carry…

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SNG is Hiring an Executive Director

Join the Seward Neighborhood Group Team!

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SNG Letter to Minneapolis City Council Regarding Proposed 3rd Precinct Location

We greatly appreciate the input and involvement from our Seward neighbors in response to this proposal.

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Open letter by Local Organizations to City about Lack of Transparency and Strategy (Disclaimer)

Disclaimer: The Seward Neighborhood Group is NOT a signatory to the following letter, was NOT asked to sign the letter, and had no advanced knowledge about the contents of the letter.  SNG is posting this letter for informational purposes only….

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MPLS City Council Committee Approves Lease for Temporary 3rd Police Precinct Site

A Minneapolis City Council committee on Thursday approved a lease for a temporary Third Police Precinct site. The Policy and Government Oversight Committee advanced a proposed three-year lease for a temporary precinct building at 2633 Minnehaha Avenue. The lease would cost the…

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SNG is Hiring an Executive Director

Join the Seward Neighborhood Group Team!

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Diverse applicants wanted for Minneapolis boards and commissions

Applications open now Twenty-four City boards and commissions have openings for appointments this fall. Applications are open now. The positions are open until filled; application review begins Sept. 30 unless marked otherwise. The City seeks applicants with a diversity of…

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Minnesota Pedestrian Safety Education Campaign Survey

The Minnesota Department of Transportation is developing an education safety campaign to improve pedestrian safety across Minnesota and they need your help. Your feedback will help ensure that the draft graphics and messages are easy to understand and relatable. Please…

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Minneapolis Forward: Community Now Coalition Proposes First Slate of Recommendations for Recovery Efforts

The Minneapolis Forward: Community Now Coalition has issued the first round of recommendations aimed at rebuilding the city in the aftermath of civil unrest surrounding the death of George Floyd. Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and City Council Vice President Andrea Jenkins convened a virtual…

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