Comprehensive improvements to Saint Paul roads and parks are estimated to cost $1 billion over 20 years. To secure funding for estimated costs, the City of Saint Paul is proposing a one-percent increase in the local sales tax.
Community members can engage in conversations about next year’s budget during 7 in-person gatherings this spring
Over the course of April and May, Mayor Carter will hold a series of in-person budget conversations where residents have the opportunity to build their own vision for our 2024 City Budget.
Mayor Melvin Carter's
2023 State of Our City Address
Tuesday, April 18, 2023
Mayor Carter Champions Amendment to City Ordinance Requiring Firearms to be Safely Stored to Prevent Unlawful Discharge
The proposed ordinance amendment aims to reduce harm caused by unlawful discharge of unsecured firearms and reinforces responsible gun ownership practices by requiring safe gun storage
City of Saint Paul Joins Just Deeds Coalition to Help Homeowners Remove Racial Covenants from Property Deeds
In partnership with Mitchell Hamline Law School's Center for the Study of Black Life and the Law, Saint Paul becomes the 19th city in Minnesota to actively discharge discriminatory contracts from property titles
Saint Paul Declares Local Flood Emergency to Prepare for Anticipated Spring Flooding
6:00pm: Introductions, welcome members of the public
Ava Kharin, UofM student, attended as a guest.
6:10 pm: Presentation from MNDOT on Rethinking I-94 Project, Sheila Kauppi and Gloria Jeff
6:00pm (unofficial) meeting starts
6:15pm: Introductions, welcome members of the public
Luke Hanson, Sustain Saint Paul, attended as a member of the public.
6:20pm: Review & approve April - September 2022 meeting minutes, October 2022 agenda
6:05pm: Introductions, welcome members of the public
Janet Pope attended as a guest.
6:10pm: Review August 2022 meeting minutes, approve this month’s agenda