Hi Marlene - I'm not sure what you're asking here - feel free to contact me and I'll do my best to answer any questions you may have.
Stephanie Gruver, Realtor
Everyone has a different idea of what they consider to be 'safe'. As an agent, I can't make that determination for you, but can direct you to resources that will let you know what's going on in any specific neighborhood.... more
Jenny your best bet would be to check with the local police department on crime statistics. Another popular method is to park in teh neighborhood and ask resients or visit neighborhood stores or restaurants to get forst hand stories from people who live there.... more
Here is a good resource for you:
http://www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/police/crime-statistics/index.asp For the weekly crime maps you will need to click on the correct precinct they are looking in. There are precincts 1-5. For some reason the annual reports are a little behind and the last report is 2006. I would recommend looking at the weekly precinct maps and also the crime statistics which allow you to view by neighborhoods over several times of the year.
You can always call the police department and ask for information with in a certain radius.
Please let me know if there is anything else I can help with or assist in your buying process. Remember buyer representation is free and there is about 3 weeks left to find a home and close in time for the $8000 First Time Home Buyer Tax Credit!... more
For any community safety issues, you should contact the local Police Department. They keep map grids and category data for people just like you to review. All other information from others will only be opinions.
Jay Budge... more
"Safe" is a word that everyone has a different definition for. In terms of crime, your best bet is to look at the Minneapolis Crime Statistics: http://www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/police/crime-statistics/
If there's a user here on Trulia that lives in the area, hopefully they will give a response as well.... more
As Realtors this is a question we can't answer. You should get crime statistics form the Minneapolis police department. I was showing homes in North the other day and there is some great values right now.