Sabathani’s Community Revision Project is one part of the larger 38th Street THRIVE Strategic Development Plan for the City of Minneapolis. The Community Revision Project includes renovating Sabathani’s physical building to become more energy-efficient, providing programming for green job training and access, and ensuring Sabathani remains a critical pillar for South Minneapolis.
The South Minneapolis community needs a place that people can trust in times of climate-related emergency, power outages, and natural disasters. In 2021, as part of its Community Revision Project, Sabathani embarked on an initiative to become a safe, secure Resilience Hub for our community. Over the next several years, Sabathani, in partnership with the Center for Energy and Environment, Xcel Energy, and the City of Minneapolis, is working to turn Sabathani’s building into an efficient, green energy Resilience Hub for the community. Read more about the project here.
As a major cultural asset, it is vital we invest and renovate Sabathani Community Center to preserve its legacy in providing the community space to build relationships, conduct business and support each other as neighbors. We look forward to sharing more information about this innovative project.