Category: News and Events


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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Food Share at Bethany Church Today 8/13 2:30-3:30

Sister’s Camelot will be sharing food today Thursday August 13th at Bethany Church (2511 Franklin Ave East) from 2:30-3:30pm or until it is gone. *Covid recommendations, please practice social distance at the door and wear a mask. *If you have…

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Complete your Census by Sept. 30, Census Takers Begin Door Knocking

Have you completed the census yet? Completing the census will ensure that our communities receive resources for programs and services that we need. Many programs that our communities rely on, including SNAP, Medicaid, CHIP and Head Start are funded through…

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Online Mental Health Support Groups for Individuals and Families

NAMI Minnesota (National Alliance on Mental Illness) offers a variety of free online peer support groups for adults and young adults living with a mental illness, their families, friends, spouses/partners, as well as parents of children and teens. Led by…

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Adopt-a-drain: Help local waterways 💧💧 while also social distancing!

Did you know that your neighborhood storm drains flow directly into the Mississippi River, and the lakes and creeks in Minneapolis? Join the over 2,000 people who are doing their part in protecting our local waterways by adopting their storm…

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Trauma Awareness, Resilience, and Restorative Justice Training for Mpls

The Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership Institute (“Peacebuilding”) is a 501(c)(3) non-partisan public charity nonprofit organization transforming psychological trauma into nonviolent power with positive productive alternatives to revenge. They prepare individuals, organizations, and communities for truth-telling and repairing harm for healed, just relationships toward…

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Community Development Meeting Postponed until August 20.

Tonight’s CDC Meeting has been postponed until August 20 at 7:00 PM.

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