Partners & Projects
A collaboration between four neighborhoods adjacent to the Minneapolis campus of the University of MN, the City of Minneapolis, Augsburg College, the University of Minnesota and area business groups that works to make sure the area surrounding the UMN campus
- capitalizes on its exceptional resources;
- is vibrant, safe, healthy, and sustainable;
- is a preferred place for people of all ages to live, work, learn, do business, and visit.
The Stadium Area Advisory Group (SAAG)
A collaboration between neighborhood and business groups that are impacted by the TCF Bank Stadium, this group works to ensure that game day operations and special events at the stadium protect the beauty, serenity, and security of our communities. The SAAG also manages The University of Minnesota Good Neighbor Fund. In 2014 and 2015 the Good Neighbor Fund is benefitting from a contribution from the Minnesota Vikings, who will be playing at the TCF Bank stadium while their new stadium is being constructed. This additional funding is enabling larger projects as well as in-kind assistance from the MN Vikings.
Restorative justice works to reduce repeat offenders, reduce crime overall and strengthen and build community. Through the community conferencing process, community members get to know their neighbors and join in performing community service : neighborhood block patrol, clean-up event, etc. Each offender meets face-to-face with community members, admits responsibility and learns first-hand how their actions have affected others. Community members have a direct role in the justice process—a chance to tell the offender exactly how they feel and to have input in the deciding outcomes.
The Marcy Arts Partnership provides arts-integrated programs and residencies for all children, regardless of race, religion, developmental level or socio-economic status, at Marcy Open School. This group is guided by the belief that the core curriculum, coupled with the arts, enhances and deepens learning experiences. The Marcy Arts Partnersihip (MAP) is a wonderful and unique aspect of Marcy Open School that helps differentiate it from other schools. Proceeds from the annual Marcy Arts Gala provide Marcy students with rich art residencies and art-infused learning. For more information contact Lara Mord or Alison Hunter, Marcy Arts Partnership Co-Coordinators, at email@example.com. The 2016 Marcy Arts Gala will be held Saturday April 9th at the Minneapolis Event Center.
Student Neighborhood Liaisons, helping U students be good neighbors, one block at a time.
SE Seniors is a non-profit, neighborhood based organization of health care professionals and neighbors helping people 65 and older remain independent and safe at home.
Every year, the Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood Association employs a wide variety of activities to communicate and engage with its residents. Some of the following items are products of the work that we carry out in our committees, task forces, and community partnerships, while others are flyers, notices, or outcomes of projects or other community-building activities.
- Audio History Tour of the Marcy-Holmes neighborhood. Listen to this award-winning tour on your smartphone! Find out more information at the Minneapolis Historical site, a project of Preserve Minneapolis.
- "Box Fresh" Utility Wraps Project | Utility Box Map | Press
- Live Near Your Work
- Protecting Our Tree Canopy: Emerald Ash Borer Awareness | A Plea For Our Trees
- 2013 Community Carillon Festival
- Outreach to the University of Minnesota: Welcome Students 2014