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.
In recent months we've reached a tipping point with neighborhood associations and individual neighbors now asking, "we want this here" and we are willing to make it happen. The key to their successful launch will be in-person recruiting.
- Minneapolis - Corcoran Neighbors - Forum Manager needed
- Minneapolis - East Nokomis Neighbors - Forum Manager needed
- Minneapolis - Longfellow Community
- Minneapolis - Northeast Neighbors - Open, needs more members for critical mass in larger area
- Minneapolis - Phillips Neighbors
- St. Paul - East Side Neighbors
- St. Paul - Summit-Hill Neighbors
- St. Paul - Summit-University Neighbors
- Bristol, England - Brislington
- Bristol, England - Greater Bedminster
- Minneapolis - Cedar Riverside Neighbors- 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 - Central and Southwest - Forum manager opening
- Oxford, England - Cowley
- Oxford, England - Headington and Marston - Our first "neighbourhood" forum, most active in UK
- St. Paul - Frogtown Neighbors - Special [http://e-democracy.org/inclusion grant supported outreach for highly diverse area
- St. Paul - Highland Park Neighbors