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311 FAQs

Spring/Fall Street Sweeping

Snow Emergencies

Minneapolis 2040 (Comprehensive Plan)

Minneapolis Animal Control

Recycling in Minneapolis

Graffiti Removal

Garbage Services



Traffic Count Website

Minneapolis Public Schools

Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board

(for questions or comments on parks, boulevard trees, and other park-related topics)

Windom Park Recreation Center

Windom Park

Master Plan for Windom Park (pages 31-37 of the full “East of the River Park Master Plan“)

Hennepin County

Lowry Avenue NE Plan

Windom Park Election Districts

Congressional: 5
State Senate: 60
State House: 60A
Hennepin County Commissioner: 2
School District: 001
Minneapolis Park Board: 1
City Council Ward: 1

Current Elected Officials

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey

Minneapolis City Council First Ward Representative Kevin Reich

Hennepin County Commissioner Irene Fernando

Minneapolis Park Board Commissioner Chris Meyer

District 60A State Representative Sydney Jordan

District 60 State Senator Kari Dziedzic

Minnesota Governor Tim Walz

Congressional District 5 U.S. Representative Ilhan Omar

U.S. Senator Tina Smith

U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar

Election and Voter Information

Crime and Safety Information

Windom Park is located in the 2nd Precinct
The 2nd Precinct’s service area is Northeast and Southeast Minneapolis. The 2nd Precinct is headquarters for the Patrol Unit, Precinct Investigations Unit, the Community Response Team, and Community Crime Prevention Specialists Teams. Todd Loining is the 2nd Precinct’s Inspector.

Abdirashid Ali, Crime Prevention Specialist (North of Broadway Sector)
(612) 673-2874

General email:
Web Address:

1911 Central Avenue N.E., Minneapolis, MN 55418
Phone: (612) 673-5702
Fax: (612) 370-3885
TTY: (612) 673-2157

The Second Precinct Advisory Council (2PAC) meets the second Monday of each month at 6 p.m. the Monroe Village community room, 1900 Central Ave. NE. All are welcome to attend. These meetings bring together residents, businesses and police department officials to discuss crime issues and trends in our area of Minneapolis. A new Court Watch program for our community is now being launched; for details, attend a 2PAC meeting or contact our Crime Prevention Specialist (above).

Minneapolis Crime Statistics

Emergency Preparedness



Windom Park Citizens in Action (WPCiA) is a 501c3 non-profit that serves as the voice of Windom Park neighborhood in Northeast Minneapolis. It is the city-designated citizen participation organization for this geographic area of Minneapolis, as well as the neighborhood's contracting organization for the city's Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP).

Our Goals

  1. Eliminate Disparities – Learn more
  2. Encourage Healthy, Safe & Connected People – Learn more
  3. Develop Complete Neighborhoods – Learn more
  4. Ensure a Clean Environment – Learn more

» Read more about how we selected these goals.