Congratulations to Dakota County Community Services, Irondale High School of Mounds View Public Schools and the City of St. Paul, the finalists in the Humphrey School of Public Affairs/InCommons Local Government Innovation Awards!
A public vote will determine which one of these finalists will receive a $25,000 grant to continue innovating.In addition to the three finalists, 15 other local government entries will receive awards for their innovations.
InCommons and the Humphrey School invite you to help in helping select the $25,000 grant recipient by attending a community conversation to learn and share about local government innovation.
These events are an opportunity to talk with local government officials and to connect with others interested in supporting and improving the work that our schools, cities, and counties do every day. Everyone who attends a community conversation in December will have a chance to vote for which of the three finalists should receive the $25,000 grant.
Three are coming up:
- December 13 with Dakota County Community Services: 9:30 am to 11:30 am at the Rosemount Community Center.
- December 18 with Irondale High School: 11:00 am to 12:30 pm at the TIES Building in Saint Paul.
- December 19 with the City of Saint Paul’s EMS Academy: 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at Fire Station 51 in Saint Paul.
Visit the InCommons website to learn more about the Awards and to see how the finalists and award recipients have been making Minnesota better by doing things differently.