Pedestrian Advisory Committee

The mission of the Pedestrian Advisory Committee is to advise the Mayor and City Council on policies, programs, and actions for improving pedestrian safety, mobility, accessibility, and comfort; for pedestrians.

Meetings and info

Pedestrian Advisory Committee (PAC)

Infrastructure & Engineering (I&E) Subcommittee

Programs & Policies (P&P) Subcommittee

*Please note that some dates may be different due to holidays. For exact meeting dates, please see:

See upcoming PAC meeting calendar 

Contact Chris Kartheiser or Millicent Flowers if you would like to confirm meeting details. 

Agendas & resolutions

PAC meeting agendas and minutes

 *Agendas and minutes from previous months are located on the City of Minneapolis Boards and Commissions webpage
Month Agendas Minutes Resolutions
May  May Agenda  May Minutes  All items were continued to the meeting of June 1, 2022. 
June  June Agenda  June Minutes 
Lowry Ave NE
Lyndale Ave S 4-3 Pilot
Minnehaha concrete rehabilitation program
Hennepin Ave bus lanes
July  July Agenda  July Minutes 
Hennepin-1st Multimodal Project 
Hi-Lake Interchange Redesign 
Proposed Commercial Pedicab Ordinance Amendment
 
Aug Aug Agenda    
Sep      
       

Guiding principles

The City of Minneapolis values creating and enhancing walk-friendly neighborhoods.
It makes our community a safer and better place to live, work and enjoy life.
 
It’s easy to see how building a walk-friendly Minneapolis contributes to all our city goals.
 
Streets and neighborhoods feel safer and are safer, and Minneapolis is a more vibrant and bustling city when there are people outside using the sidewalks and pedestrian paths.
 
Walking- 
  • supports the local economy
  • is attractive to both employers and employees
  • supports local businesses while traveling to other destinations
Walking is- 
  • a great way to stay in shape 
  • good for your mental health
  • good for your pocketbook since walking is free
Walking is good for the environment since it doesn’t pollute or use fossil fuels
 
Walking is an essential mode of travel and serves everyone who lives, works, plays in and visits Minneapolis.
Everyone walks 
  • whether young or old 
  • whether on foot or using a mobility device 
  • whether as a walking trip alone or combined with driving, taking transit or bicycling
Walking is enjoyable. A good walking environment provides interesting places and opportunities for easy social interaction, making the journey as important as the destination.

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Contact us

Chris Kartheiser

Transportation Planner

Public Works

Phone

Millicent Flowers

Program Assistant, Public Works

 

Minneapolis 311

 
 

Office hours

7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Monday – Friday