Ramsey residents flock to the large, linear park in the center of town each summer, almost religiously. Some carry fishing poles or frisbees, others a blanket or lawn chairs, but they are all headed to the same place: The Draw.
Contacts: Mike Greco, Resilient Communities Project, email@example.com, 612-625-7501 Tim Gladhill, City of Ramsey, firstname.lastname@example.org, 763-433-9826 MINNEAPOLIS / ST. PAUL (03/16/2017) — The University of Minnesota’s Resilient Communities Project (RCP) announced today that the City of Ramsey, located in Anoka County, has been selected as
Many cities struggle to meaningfully and effectively engage their residents in planning and decision making. Although Brooklyn Park is far ahead of some of its peer cities in this regard, the growing diversity of the community is forcing staff to rethink public outreach and
Car to Go. Hour Car. Uber. Lyft. Nice Ride. These and other “shared-use mobility” options are making their way into more cities across the country, including RCP’s partner community, Brooklyn Park. As the City prepares for the arrival of light-rail
Brooklyn Park, this year’s Resilient Communities Project partner, is rapidly changing. The sixth largest city in the state, it is also one of the most diverse. More than 50% of Brooklyn Park residents identify as people of color, and one