The Victory Neighborhood Association (ViNA) is the neighborhood organization serving the Victory Neighborhood of Minneapolis. ViNA’s mission is to protect and promote neighborhood interests and the health, safety, and general welfare of the residents in a non-partisan, educational, and cooperative manner. The organization was founded as part of Minneapolis’ Neighborhood Revitalization Program and works to connect neighbors to one another and to the issues that directly impact them to nourish a thriving, rooted, and inclusive Victory Neighborhood.
Update, May 15, 4pm: the City of Minneapolis’s Economic Development & Regulatory Services Committee voted to approve the 44th & Penn Redevelopment Plan at its May 15 meeting. This means the City will now officially try to purchase the properties at 2139 and 2147 44th Avenue North. This is the first step of many toward…Read More →
All year long, the Victory Neighborhood Association is examining the role race and racism plays in our community. The organization is committed to creating an environment that is welcoming and safe for everyone and is hosting a series of conversations to examine how these issues impact our neighbors. The conversations began at the March neighborhood…Read More →
Registration is now open for the Victory Neighborhood Garage Sale Day on Saturday, June 2, 2018. Follow this link to register your sale. Online registration is open through Monday, May 21, 2018. Registration is $10 + $1 processing fee. These fees help to support the services and activities offered by the Victory Neighborhood Association (ViNA). ViNA…Read More →