A person in a motorized wheelchair using a repaired curb cut. The person is wearing a maroon T-shirt

JOIN MINNEAPOLIS SIDEWALK REPAIR HUNTERS

ABOUT

Inspired by reporting an inaccessible curb cut on my block in south Minneapolis and getting it repaired, Minneapolis Sidewalk Repair Hunters began in the summer of 2021 when I started a Facebook group where residents and visitors can report insufficient pathways. The mission of this community-led effort is to make Minneapolis accessible to those in wheelchairs, to residents who use other mobility devices, and to every pedestrian.

A fixed curb cut in Minneapolis.

OUR MOVEMENT

Minneapolis has multiple sidewalks and curb cuts that are in need of repair to make the city more accessible to every resident and visitor. Together, as a community, we can locate inaccessible pathways and report them to the city so they can make Minneapolis more accessible to all. We encourage you to keep an eye out for insufficient pathways and report them. As part of this movement, you are not only helping your block, you are helping your entire community. 

 

 

LISTEN

ENGAGE YOURSELF

Help Us Succeed

Minneapolis Sidewalk Repair Hunters encourages everyone to pay attention to their surroundings and keep an eye out for obstructions.

Here is what you can do:

  • Join our Facebook group!

  • When out in the community, keep an eye out for insufficient sidewalks and curb cuts

  • Jot down the address and a brief description of the problem area. Take a picture also to provide a visualization.

  • Create a post within the Facebook group or email us with all the details of the sidewalk or curb cut that is in question

The alternate logo of Minneapolis Sidewalk Repair Hunters.

WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN US IN THIS COMMUNITY-LED MOVEMENT

Your Help is Truly Appreciated

CONTACT

Hale Neighborhood, Minneapolis, Minnesota

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