St. Paul is considering zoning changes to legalize more housing in our neighborhoods. Testify in person on October 4 or email the City Council.
Little attention has been paid to a big proposed change in St. Paul’s zoning code: reducing minimum lot size requirements.
As St. Paul considers allowing more neighborhood-scale density, thoughtful and informed policy questions have replaced unproductive fear mongering.
Where should the 3rd Precinct station go? How can you advocate for equitable housing or pedestrian dignity? Get engaged and learn more.
Both Minneapolis and St. Paul are conducting rezoning studies. One is focusing on missing middle housing, the other would allow business uses in more places. Let’s learn more from advocates in each city!
Learn about the growth of microtransit in the Twin Cities, racial equity in outdoor space access, and more in this week’s Walk the Talk.
Two recent reports show that St. Paul’s city planners have made their decision: They’re ready to legalize neighborhood-scale density.
Current zoning codes in Minneapolis unnecessarily prevent small businesses from being more walkable and accessible — part of the neighborhood fabric.
Neighbors for More Neighbors member and contributor Brit Anbacht compares the zoning of 48th and Chicago with that of 46th and Clinton in Minneapolis and how the 2040 Plan can create complete neighborhoods.
Every day at The Overhead Wire, we collect news about cities and send the links to our email list. At the end of the week we take some of the most popular stories and post them to Greater Greater Washington, a group blog similar to streets.mn that focuses on urban issues in the D.C. region. […]