Click on your neighborhood to go to that page—and see articles, events, attractions and TC Daily Planet members who live in your neighborhood. Not sure which neighborhood you live in? Click on the map to download a detailed JPG showing neighborhood boundaries and streets.

The City of Minneapolis is officially divided into 81 neighborhoods, grouped into 11 communities. Below, the neighborhoods are listed by community. Residents of the five University District neighborhoods—University, Marcy-Holmes, Prospect Park, Como, and the West Bank/Cedar-Riverside—can also read neighborhood news and subscribe to our University District newsletter on our News of the University District page. (This is a pilot project undertaken with the support of the Southeast Publications Board; we hope to create similar pages and newsletters for other Twin Cities communities soon.)

Calhoun-Isle
Bryn Mawr
Calhoun (CARAG)
Cedar-Isles-Dean
East Calhoun (ECCO)
East Isles
Kenwood
Lowry Hill
Lowry Hill East
West Calhoun

Camden
Cleveland
Folwell
Lind-Bohanon
McKinley
Shingle Creek
Victory
Webber-Camden

Central
Downtown East
Downtown West
Elliot Park
Loring Park

North Loop
Stevens Square/Loring Heights

Longfellow
Cooper
Hiawatha
Howe
Longfellow

Seward

Near North
Harrison
Hawthorne

Jordan
Near North
Sumner-Glenwood
Willard Hay

Nokomis
Diamond Lake
Ericsson
Field
Hale
Keewaydin
Minnehaha
Morris Park
Northrop
Page
Regina
Wenonah

Northeast
Audubon Park
Beltrami
Bottineau
Columbia Park
Holland
Logan Park
Marshall Terrace
Northeast Park
St. Anthony East
St. Anthony West
Sheridan
Waite Park
Windom Park

Phillips
East Phillips
Midtown Phillips

Phillips West

Ventura Village

Powderhorn
Bancroft
Bryant
Central
Corcoran
Lyndale
Powderhorn Park
Standish
Whittier

Southwest
Armatage
East Harriet
Fulton
Kenny
Kingfield
Linden Hills
Lynnhurst
Tangletown
Windom

University
Cedar-Riverside
Como
East Bank-Nicollet Island
Marcy Holmes
Prospect Park
University

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