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June 2015 Safety Report

June 2015 Safety Report

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Please Come Help FNA Spend Some Fun $!

FNA recently received a very generous donation from Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd for $5,000! The church started a large renovation project and set aside funds in the budget for community outreach. They did this as a way to show their support to Fulton neighborhood and be a good partner in the community.

We would like your help in determining how to spend this incredible gift in a way that is thoughtful and in the spirit in which it was given. We have been brainstorming ideas and invite you to join us at the next FNA meeting to share your ideas and then vote on your top priorities.

The next FNA meeting will be on Wednesday, June 10 at 7 p.m. at Pershing Park. All are welcome and we look forward to your ideas and votes.

If you are unable to attend the meeting and would still like to vote, please review the pages below and VOTE FOR NO MORE THAN 6.  You can send a list of your choices to us at info@fultonneighborhood.org by 9 p.m. on June 10. There are no limits on your voting- you may cast all 6 of your votes for one item or for 6 different items.  You may cast all 6 of your votes in one category or spread them out in multiple categories- the choice is yours!

Pershing Park and Safety

Creek, Youth, Seniors and Environment

Community Building and Business

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FNA Meeting Minutes

Fulton Neighborhood Association Board Meeting Minutes 4/8/2015

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NRP Meeting Minutes

Fulton Neighborhood Association NRP Committee Meeting Minutes 4/1/2015

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Categories: Minutes, NRP

May 2015 Safety Report

May 2015 Safety Report

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Fulton Neighborhood Community Vote for Funding Shade Structures at Pershing Park


On May 13, FNA will call for a vote to support additional funding to purchase and install two shade structures for the pool/playground area at Pershing Park. The total project cost is approximately $15,000 which will be split equally between FNA and the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board.

A community vote is needed to support a Plan Modification of the NRP Phase II Action Plan to broaden the definition of support of Pershing Park to include facilities improvements. A community vote will also be taken to support a Neighborhood Priority Plan and funding up to $7,500 for the project.

Categories: Parks

Seeking Applicants for a Community Advisory Council (CAC) to update the Comprehensive Plan for Lakes Calhoun and Harriet


The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) is beginning a master planning process for Lake Calhoun and Lake Harriet which will guide $3.5 million in improvements slated for construction in 2016 and 2017.

The CAC will be comprised of 25 community members; Fulton Neighborhood Association will appoint one person to represent our neighborhood on the committee.

The total time commitment for CAC members is estimated at 45-50 hours. The majority of meetings will occur in the evenings from July-October 2015. The CAC will have seven official CAC meetings of about two hours each. Members will also be asked to attend three public open houses during the same time period.

If you are interested in finding out more about this opportunity, please contact us at Info@fultonneighborhood.org and we will share more detailed information, dates of meetings and how to apply. Applications for the Fulton appointee must be received by May 4. Applicants for other open seats (to be appointed by the mayor, park board commissioners, etc.) must be received by May 15. We encourage interested residents to apply for both as the neighborhood association only has ONE appointment.


Categories: Parks

Home Improvement Loan Program

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A Southwest Minneapolis Neighborhood Association Cooperative

Program Launches on April 27

Armatage, Fulton, Kenny and Lynnhurst Neighborhood Associations have joined forces to offer a new home improvement and emergency loan program.

Home Improvement Loans:

$5,000-$20,000 loan amounts
3% interest rate
No income limit
Approved Projects: most exterior and interior projects are eligible

Emergency Loans:

$3,000-$8,000 loan amounts
0% interest rate; payments deferred for 5 years
Income Limit of 80% of the Area Median Income
Approved Projects: repair of imminent conditions that make a home uninhabitable

Click below to view the full program guidelines for both programs.

GUIDELINES Fulton Fix It Fund

This loan program will be administered by Greater Metropolitan Housing Corporation (GMHC). GMHC will begin accepting phone and web inquiries at 9 a.m. on Mon., Apr. 27. Loans will be disbursed on a first-come, first served basis. This project is funded by a neighborhood program using city funds and no funds are paid in advance. Payment will be made after the work is completed, inspected, permits closed out and lien waivers collected.

Greater Metropolitan Housing Corporation


www.gmhchousing.org (follow the prompts to Fulton Neighborhood)

Categories: Housing

Streetsweeping to Begin on 4/14

Weather permitting, an annual rite of spring in Minneapolis is scheduled to begin today, Tuesday, April 14. That’s when Public Works crews will start a comprehensive sweeping of city streets to clean up the dirt and grime the melting ice and snow leaves behind. Drivers should watch for temporary “No Parking” signs along these streets to avoid a ticket and tow.

Today through May 8, sweepers will take care of nearly 1,000 miles of city streets. To make sure the crews can do the best job possible, temporary “No Parking” signs will be posted at least 24 hours in advance to make sure streets are clear of parked vehicles. Drivers need to follow street sweep parking rules or they may have their cars ticketed and towed to the Minneapolis Impound Lot.

Even though the city-wide comprehensive street sweeping program has not yet begun, crews began sweeping parkways and some commercial corridors last month, and alley sweeping stared on April 6.  Crews are also sweeping select downtown streets at night, and temporary parking restrictions may be posted between midnight and 5 a.m.

  • “No Parking” signs – Crews will post “No Parking” signs at least 24 hours before sweeping any streets. Parking will be banned from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on the day a street is swept. The “No Parking” signs will be removed as soon as possible after a street has been completely swept to allow people to resume parking. Drivers should not park along these streets until these temporary “No Parking” signs are removed.
  • Phone calls to residents – In addition to the “No Parking” signs that will be posted the day before sweepers come through, the City will make about 3,500 automated phone calls each evening to let residents know their street will be swept the next day.
  • Interactive Web tool – There’s a tool on the City’s Web site to find out when the sweeping crews are coming through their neighborhoods. Residents can go to www.minneapolismn.gov/publicworks/streetsweeping and click on “street sweeping schedule lookup,” to find out which week a street is scheduled to be swept. The weekend before that week, they can revisit the Web site to find out which day of the week the street is scheduled to be swept.

Clean streets mean a healthier environment

Minneapolis is known for its sparkling lakes and waterways, and we want to keep it that way. That’s why protecting and enhancing our environment is one of the City’s top priorities. Street sweeping is one way we work to protect our environment because it keeps leaves and debris from clogging our storm drains and polluting our lakes and rivers. It also helps keep our neighborhoods clean and livable.

Minneapolis streets are swept completely curb to curb once in the spring and once in the fall.

Residents should not push leaves, grass clippings, or other debris into City streets – it’s bad for our lakes and waterways and it’s against the law. Anything that goes down a storm drain flows directly into our lakes and river, and decomposing plant material in the water encourages the growth of harmful aquatic plants and algae.

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FNA Meeting Minutes

Fulton Neighborhood Association Board Meeting Minutes 3/11/2015

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