Interactive Crime Map
The Minneapolis Police Department maintains a web-based crime mapping tool called RAIDS (Regional Analysis and Information Sharing).
The East Isles Neighborhood Historic Context Study
This study examines the historic architectural and landscape foundation of today’s neighborhood and was commissioned by the East Isles Residents Association in 2006. The focus is residential development, especially between ca. 1885 and 1930, with separate sections on apartment construction and commercial and institutional development. Another section provides short biographies of many of the area’s leading architects and builders. Click here to download a pdf of the complete study. Note: the file is large and may take a few moments to download.
Click here to visit the City of Minneapolis webpage for Community Planning & Economic Development (CPED). CPED is responsible for the creation, modification and enforcement of the Minneapolis Zoning Code. The webpage includes links to the Minneapolis Zoning Codes and zoning & planning tools.
Land Use Map for East Isles
Zoning Map for East Isles Primary Zoning Plate 18 (northern portion of the neighborhood, north of W 26th St)
Zoning Map for East Isles Primary Zoning Plate 24 (southern portion of the neighborhood from W 26th St to Lake St)
Overlay Zoning Map for East Isles – Overlay Districts Plate 18 (northern portion of the neighborhood, north of W 26th St)
Overlay Zoning Map for East Isles – Overlay Districts Plate 24 (southern portion of the neighborhood from W 26th St to Lake St)
Base Map for East Isles
What Does Density Look Like? brochure produced by City of Minneapolis