The City’s commitment to recovery

Learn about commitment and recovery efforts.

The City of Minneapolis has taken actions to mitigate some of the effects of the civil unrest that have left extraordinary challenges for residents, property owners and businesses. The City continues to look for more opportunities to adjust processes in order to effectively repair and rebuild the city.

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Fee amounts the City will refund
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This map shows properties that were affected by civil unrest events that took place in the City of Minneapolis this summer. The first event took place in May and June, while the second took place in August. Each event is represented by a layer in the map that can be turned on or off.

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Areas of civil unrest

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Office hours

7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Monday – Friday

Kimberly Holien

Manager of CPED’s Land Use Design and Preservation Division 
Community Planning & Economic Development

Phone

612-673-2402

Address

Public Service Building
505 Fourth Ave. S., Room 320
Minneapolis, MN 55415

Suado Abdi

Small Business Community Liaison
Community Planning & Economic Development

Phone

612-246-0793

Address

Public Service Building
505 Fourth Ave. S., Room 320
Minneapolis, MN 55415