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 Matthew Dyrdahl if you would like to confirm meeting details. 

Agendas & resolutions

2021 PAC meeting agendas and minutes

January Jan agenda CANCELLED Jan minutes
 January meeting cancelled, discussion tabled until Feb
February Feb agenda Feb Minutes
March Mar agenda Mar minutes
Near North Safe Routes to School
LaSalle Avenue & W. 14th St
April Apr agenda Apr minutes
Hennepin Avenue South Reconstruction
Hennepon Avenue South/MnDOT
Lyndale Avenue South Median
Lyndale Avenue North Pedestrian Safety project
PAC CIP Recommendations 
May May agenda May minutes
37th Ave NE Reconstruction
PAC Response to CIP Funding Cuts
Resolution on the Public Works Director Search 
June Jun agenda Jun minutes
Near North Safe Routes to School project
2022 Hennepin County HSIP Safety Project
Franklin Avenue Resurfacing/Bikeway
Bryant Ave S Reconstruction project
Upper Harbor Terminal, 33rd Ave N
20-Year Streets Funding Plan
July Jul agenda July minutes
Lyndale Av S Medians
1st St N Midblock Crossing
University 4th Bikeway
George Floyd Square
August Aug agenda Aug minutes

Bryant Ave Reconstruction Project
Cedar Lake Road, Bridge Replacement
Phillips Traffic Safety Project
Micromobility and bike share/scooter share

September Sep agenda Sep minutes
Minnehaha and 50th, 30%
37th Ave NE 30%
IPCC Report Discussion and Resolution
October Oct agenda Oct minutes
Graco Park project
Complete Streets
November Nov agenda Nov minutes  
December Dec agenda Dec minutes  

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.
  • 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

Public Works


City Hall
350 S. 5th St., Room 203
Minneapolis, MN 55415
Office hours

Our office is closed to the public at this time.

Matthew Dyrdahl

Bike and Pedestrian Coordinator