Community Participation Program Status - Phase III

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Windom
Strategy
Funds Approved
Funds Contracted
Funds
Available
to Contract
Citation
Name
CPP
NRP
Rollover
Community
Innovation
Fund
Program
Income
Total
Contract
Number
Funds
Under
Contract
Vendor
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
1.1.1 2011 Engagement Efforts $31,728.36       $31,728.36
Total
29024
$31,728.36
$31,728.36
 
Windom Community Council
 
1.1.2 2012-13 Engagement Efforts $34,489.03       $34,489.03
Total
36315
$33,177.13
$33,177.13
 
Windom Community Council
$1,311.90
1.1.3 2014-16 Engagement Efforts $73,321.05       $73,321.05
Total
38459
$73,321.05
$73,321.05
 
Windom Community Council
 
1.4 2017-20 Engagement Efforts $170,400.00       $170,400.00
Total
41888
$170,400.00
$170,400.00
 
Windom Community Council
 
NEIGHBORHOOD PRIORITIES
2.1.1 Reserve $82,795.79       $82,795.79 Total 
$82,795.79
2.1.2. Coordinate Graffiti Clean-up $3,187.50 $6,512.50     $9,700.00
Total
39262
$9,700.00
$9,700.00
 
Windom Community Council
 
2.1.3 54th and Lyndale Streetscape $12,000.00       $12,000.00
Total
W2209
$12,000.00
$12,000.00
 
Minneapolis Public Works
 
2.1.4. Youth Programs $25,000.00       $25,000.00
Total
39262
$25,000.00
$25,000.00
 
Windom Community Council
 
TOTAL$432,921.73 $6,512.50     $439,434.23   $355,326.54   $84,107.69

Neighborhood Priorities
Primary Public Contact
Status
Stage
2.1.2. Coordinate Graffiti Clean-up NCR Neighborhood Support : Stacy SorensonNeighborhood Priority is approvedImplementation began 8/27/2019
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2.1.3 54th and Lyndale Streetscape NCR Neighborhood Support : Greg SimbeckAs part of the recent reconstruction of Lyndale Avenue, a steering committee of local business and property owners have been working with representatives from the two city council member offices, Public Works department staff, as well as representatives of the area neighborhood organizations to explore various options for the streetscape improvements envisioned in the corridor master plan. Kenny Neighborhood Association, Lynnhurst Neighborhood Association, Tangletown Neighborhood Association, and Windom Community Council are working with the property owners and Public Works to establish a Special Services District (SSD) necessary for maintenance of streetscape elements. Once the SSD is formally established, the neighborhoods will support the process of selecting and installing elements. Implementation began 7/30/2014
3
2.1.4. Youth Programs Neighborhood Priority is approvedImplementation began 8/27/2019
3
Windom Community Participation Program Status (SU-10 P3) run on 10/30/2020 at 11:30 PM
N-Neighborhood is 65 Windom
STAGES
1. Approved by the City for further development by the neighborhood and public staff
2. Assessment is underway by the neighborhood and public staff to determine course of action
3. Implementation has begun - a course of action has been determined and resources have been identified
4. Completed