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.

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Recent Articles

Holiday Lights Contest

The contest is a longstanding tradition for a home on Washburn Avenue Amy Gonyea believes her house on Washburn Avenue was calling her to it. Amy and her husband, Todd, were looking to relocate and were considering Victory for its close proximity to their workplaces. They saw houses all over the metro, but something about…
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Racism & Profiling in Victory

We believe that everyone in Victory should feel welcome and safe. We strive to be an organization that is inclusive and reflects the rich diversity of our community. We believe that everyone should be looked at with love and acceptance and not hate and suspicion. On Monday night, two African American men were in Victory…
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New Board Members

The Victory Neighborhood Association welcomes three new members to its board of directors for 2017-2018. Dakota Crow, Brandon Knez, and Chaz Sandifer are serving two year terms and, along with the other board members, are responsible for the organization’s governance and its long-term strategy. The board meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 7pm in…
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