1925 Nicollet Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55403
Please join us for the Stevens Square - Loring Heights Community Safety meeting:
Thursday, August 27
6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Loring Nicollet Center, 1925 Nicollet Ave
Reasons to attend:
Minneapolis Police Public Information Officer John Elder will present information about the August 4 incident on the 1800 block of 2nd Ave.
Find out about what's happening in the neighborhood from other community members and from police officers, probation officers, and prosecutors who work here.
Share any neighborhood-related safety ideas or concerns - open discussion.
Find out what's new with Block Patrol - and how you can join.
Everyone is welcome to attend and participate! Need to arrive late or leave early? Not a problem. As usual, refreshments will be served.
Introductions and announcements
Updates from law enforcement partners, with time for questions and answers
MPD Public Information Officer John Elder
Community Attorney Nikki Appelbaum Read more »
SSCO has amended the guidelines of its Building Safety Improvement program to include funding for surveillance camera systems. Through matching grants, this program supports the efforts of residential property owners and tenants to improve the safety and security of their buildings and surroundings. Please click here to read program guidelines and details.
Welcome to Stevens Square—Loring Heights, a vibrant neighborhood located in the shadow of downtown Minneapolis. A centrally-located park, tree-lined blocks of brick apartment buildings, and a post-card view of downtown make Stevens Square the Brooklyn of the Midwest. This geographically small urban enclave boasts one of the highest densities of any metro neighborhood.
Block Patrol is a group of trained volunteers who:
• patrol the streets of Steven Square - Loring Heights observing activity in the neighborhood.
• are interested in coming together socially to meet other neighbors and to learn more about the neighborhood.
• want to reduce criminal activity in the neighborhood.
• act as an extra set of eyes and ears for the police department.
• help organize residents as a preventive force to deter criminal and disruptive behavior.
Block Patrol is open to all individuals 18 years and older. Prospective volunteers must complete an application, agree to follow the established guidelines, and attend a two-hour orientation session and patrol. Volunteers are asked to participate for at least two hours per month. To join Block Patrol, contact Dave at (612) 874-2840 or firstname.lastname@example.org Read more »