The DMNA currently has three active committees:
Land Use Committee – This committee advocates for land-use policies that promote a vibrant, safe, and sustainable Downtown. The committee receives presentations and provides feedback on proposed significant construction or rehab projects within Downtown East and West. The committee formalizes this feedback through letters of support, which are reviewed and approved/denied by the DMNA Board of Directors. These letters are then included in land use review packages that are evaluated by the City. Contact [email protected] for more information.
Safety and Security Committee – This committee serves in an advisory role to the DMNA Board and advocates for downtown Minneapolis residents and business owners on issues affecting public safety and security. The Committee will provide oversight and promotion of various initiatives designed to improve overall public safety in our neighborhoods through the active involvement of our residents and business owners. Contact [email protected] for more information.
Civic Engagement Committee – This committee is responsible for helping the DMNA Board of Directors increase outreach to and engagement of residents who live and work in the Downtown East and Downtown West neighborhoods. The Committee works to identify and implement stewardship projects that intentionally and inclusively bring people together to improve the safety and livability of the downtown community. Contact [email protected] for more information.