Streets.mn event: rapid transit ride from Minneapolis to Burnsville!
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When Bill Lindeke reminded me that streets.mn turns 10 round about now, I was sort of surprised – it feels both younger and older than 10 simultaneously. In 1867, 154 years ago, the Minneapolis Tribune was founded; it remains with us today. Ten years ago streets.mn launched, so has been around for about 6.5% of the life of the […]
We are currently in our board recruitment phase—the time of the year when streets.mn adds new voices to our board of directors for the next two years. Our board has determined streets.mn needs new voices on our board who have experience with volunteer coordination, brand management/social media, racial equity work, or website management.
Application Extension With the recent election season, we realized many people haven’t had a chance to think about applying yet. We’re going to extend the application deadline to Wednesday, November 17th. If you’ve already applied, we’ll be reaching out soon! Meet the Board In addition, we’d like to invite you to two chances to meet […]
The ways we get around, work, socialize, travel, and play have changed dramatically in the last year, and so much is still in flux. These are some questions that have been weighing on my mind: How can we maintain and improve an effective transit system as many shift from daily commuting to remote work? How […]
Streets.mn wants to collaborate with readers on our new Anti-Racism library.
Do you want to make a positive volunteer contribution while still maintaining safe social distancing? Or do you know someone who does? Please help us pass the word. We need volunteer editors to join our editorial team and help proof articles before they get posted on streets.mn. It’s the perfect volunteer job because you only […]
streets.mn is hiring a content editor to help the site find more articles. If you’re a fan of the kind of content we publish, please apply.
It’s been way too long since we had a streets.mn picnic! You’re invited to Minnehaha Park (Wabun Picnic Area E, under the big oaks) on Saturday 9/11 for a picnic. Come to discuss the matters of the day: the election, public space, COVID, climate change, the end of parking minimums, new housing and development around […]