New Public Service Building/City Hall Renovation Project

The City of Minneapolis Service Center is now open. It is located on the second floor in the new Public Service Building.

See Service Center hours of operation and services provided

The City of Minneapolis has over 4,000 employees. While many of these individuals work in City Hall, many also worked in six other buildings spread throughout Downtown. This often causes confusion for residents and businesses interacting with the City. It also created inefficiencies for staff that often need to travel between buildings sometimes several times a day.

In July 2016, the Minneapolis City Council endorsed the concept of creating a new Public Service Building which would strategically collocate downtown City employees between City Hall and a new adjacent office building. This would offer a higher quality of service to the public, reduce the City’s overall real estate footprint, and provide effective space for the diverse needs of employees.

(Above: An illustration of the new Public Service Building.)

Project Design Team
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Planning and background
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Project process
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Public art planned for Public Service Building
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Public Service Building
505 Fourth Ave. S., Room 320
Minneapolis, MN 55415