Kingfield Neighborhood Survey - 2021
As we move through the Covid-19 pandemic and the city-wide (and global) reverberations of the murder of George Floyd by MPD, Kingfield Neighborhood Association (KFNA) is taking time to get insights and input from the Kingfield community about the mission, role, and programming of KFNA.
In the next 3 years, regular funding for KFNA will drop by 60% , due to a new Minneapolis funding program that prioritizes majority BIPOC and historically disinvested neighborhoods. In this new funding environment, the KFNA Board wants to make sure the association is prioritizing the issues and programs most important to everyone in the neighborhood.
We aim to get 400-800 responses to this survey, aiming for a representational response of 5-10% of the neighborhood. There are ~8000 residents in Kingfield, 63% homeowners, 35% renters. 78% of the neighborhood is white, 22% BIPOC.
In addition to this online survey, we will do in-person surveying to be sure to reach as many people as we can in the neighborhood. Please share this survey with your block and friends in the neighborhood!
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What is most important to you in the neighborhood? Issues, priorities, hopes, etc?
For example: safety, safety beyond policing, parks, safe streets, schools, housing, housing, affordability, relationships with neighbors, etc.
Have you connected with neighbors about these things in any way? How have you done so?
In 2020-2021, Kingfield Neighborhood Association (1) mobilized neighborhood communications and resources through the Covid-19 pandemic and the uprisings, (2) completed census collection and voter registration, (3) organized free grocery distribution, and (4) co-hosted anti-racism workshops. Do you feel well served by these activities? Share any feedback:
See more about past and recent KFNA activities at
Have you engaged with Kingfield Neighborhood Association (KFNA) in any way?
Check any that apply:
Attended a KFNA event (such as Porchfest, Empty Bowls, Get Out the Vote at MLK Park, Nicollet Open Streets, etc)
Volunteered at a KFNA event
Participated in a KFNA committee
Served on the Board of Directors
Made a financial donation
What do you think is the most important role for a neighborhood association to play in the next 3-5 years?
Are there additional resources, events, services, or programs you would like to see from KFNA?
Race and/or ethnicity:
Providing this information is optional, and helps us to see whether we're gathering a representative survey of the neighborhood. See the KFNA Diversity & Inclusion statement at
Relationship to Kingfield
School or organization
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