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E-Democracy.org hosts a growing number of neighborhood-wide Issues Forums we simply call "Neighbors Forums."

The area/population covered is determined by the volunteer forum managers, but in general we like forums that either conform to the service areas of neighborhood councils or are based on a strong sense of local identity.

Start-Up Forums

  • Minneapolis - Corcoran Neighbors - Forum Manager needed
  • Minneapolis - East Nokomis Neighbors - Forum Manager needed
  • Minneapolis - Longfellow Community
  • Minneapolis - Northeast Neighbors - Open, needs more members
  • Minneapolis - Phillips Neighbors
  • St. Paul - East Side Neighbors
  • St. Paul - Summit-Hill Neighbors
  • St. Paul - Summit-University Neighbors

Open Forums

  • Bristol, England - Brislington
  • Bristol, England - Greater Bedminster
  • Minneapolis - Cedar Riverside - Special grant supported outreach for highly diverse area
  • Minneapolis - Standish Ericsson Neighbors - Over 10% of households
  • Minneapolis - Powderhorn Neighbors - Over 10% of households
  • Oxford, England - Cowley
  • Oxford, England - Headington and Marston - Our first "neighbourhood" forum
  • St. Paul - Frogtown Neighbors - Special grant supported outreach for highly diverse area
  • St. Paul - Highland Park Neighbors
 

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