Curfew tonight begins at 7 p.m.
Mayor Jacob Frey has issued an emergency regulation establishing a citywide curfew in Minneapolis that takes effect 7 p.m. tonight and lasts until 6 a.m. tomorrow morning, Tuesday, April 13.
Gov. Tim Walz has also issued a curfew 7 p.m. tonight until 6 a.m. tomorrow for Hennepin, Ramsey and Anoka counties following civil unrest in the wake of the fatal police shooting of Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center on Sunday.
The City of Minneapolis curfew comes after Frey declared a local State of Emergency, as is required under the City’s Code of Ordinances before establishing a curfew.
During the curfew, you must not travel on any public street or in any public place.
The curfew includes exemptions for:
- Members of the press
- Law enforcement
- Emergency responders
- Those traveling to and from work
- Those seeking medical care, including COVID testing and vaccinations
- The following community patrol organizations:
- A Mother’s Love
- Center for Multicultural Mediation
- Native American Community Development Institute (NACDI)
- Corcoran Neighborhood Organization and T.O.U.C.H. Outreach
- Change Equals Opportunity (C.E.O.)
- Restoration Inc.
- We Push for Peace
“Travel” includes, without limitation, travel on foot, bicycle, skateboard, scooter, motorcycle, automobile, or public transit, or any other mode of transporting a person from one location to another.
“Public place” means any place, whether on privately or publicly owned property, accessible to the general public, including but not limited to public streets and roads, alleys, highways, driveways, sidewalks, parks, vacant lots, and unsupervised property. Read the emergency regulation.
Watch this afternoon’s Operation Safety Net press conference.
Share translated curfew information
Aviso Importante: Toque de queda en Minneapolis.
Quédate en casa.
Toque de queda hoy, lunes 12 de abril 2021 de 7 p.m. a 6 a.m.
Xaalad degdega ayaa dhaqan galeysa caawa 7 fiidnimo ilaa 6da aroornimo beri subax.
Gurigaaga ku ekoow.
Bandoow ayaa la soo rogay laga bilaabo caawa 7da fiidnimo ilaa 6da aroornimo beri subax.
Hmo no nomtswv tau muaj ib txoj cai txwv tsis pub neeg tawm sab nraum zoov dhau koj lub tsev pib thaum 7 teev ntsaus ntuj mus txog tagkis 6 teev sawv ntxov.
Thov nyob hauv tsev.
Kev txwv tsis pub tawm pib thaum 7 teev tsaus ntuj lub 4 hli tim 12 mus txog 6 teev sawv ntxov lub 4 hli tim 13.
Use the MPD tip line to report suspicious activities
- If you just have information about suspicious activities, such as a vehicle circling your neighborhood without a license plate, leave a message on the MPD tip line at 612-673-5335.
- If you need immediate response from Police, Fire or EMS, call 911.
- See all City of Minneapolis news and updates.
- English: Safety information, road closures and mental health resources
Mental health resources
Many community members may be seeking ways to cope with trauma and retraumatization.
The City has created this list of mental health support resources to help residents and their loved ones.
You can also explore the cultural wellness directory, a directory of trauma informed wellness services that uses the power of community members to heal and to build community.
Additional resources from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA):
- Coping with grief, a resource for survivors of community violence, including understanding grief in adults and children.
- Tips for Survivors of a Disaster or Other Traumatic Events: Coping with Retraumatization
- SAMHSA training and educational resources for response and recovery after disasters and traumatic events.