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Minneapolis 2040: Comment Period Continues Through July 22

Via a July 17 e-newsletter from the City of Minneapolis:

Comment Period Continues Through July 22

If you have already provided your feedback on the plan, thank you! If you haven’t weighed in yet, you have until July 22 to comment on the draft Comprehensive Plan. The draft plan is available at minneapolis2040.com, with opportunities to comment throughout the website.

Below are ways you can comment:

- Comment on individual draft policies. Explore the policies by navigating through the goals or topics.
- Comment on the proposed Land Use and Built Form Maps via the interactive map.
- Download the Meeting-in-a-Box tool kit to host your own engagement meetings and report back.
- Send us an email with your comments. Attach formal correspondence in response to this draft plan, or even a photo of a place that represents your vision for the future of Minneapolis. Our email address is 2040@minneapolismn.gov.

What's next?

Staff will take the comments received through July 22 and use them to revise the draft plan. A revised draft will be released in late September, with consideration by the City Planning Commission in late October and the full City Council in December. The approval process will include a formal public hearing at which anyone can submit written comment or speak in person. Specific dates and times will be announced later this summer. Please stay connected to the process by:

- Following us on Twitter @Mpls2040
- Signing up for our email list

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