Skip navigation

Angela Conley, District 4

For nearly 20 years Commissioner Conley has worked tirelessly to change systems at the macro level, both at the state and county, in ways that are holistic, person-first and seamless. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from St. Catherine University and Master’s degree in Public Administration from Hamline University. Now, she proudly serves as the first African American elected to the Hennepin County Board. Her top priority is including the voices of our families and communities in every decision the County makes that impact our lives.

Commissioner Conley continues to focus on housing as a fundamental human right, reducing race-based disparities in Hennepin County and reforming our juvenile justice system. To further these priorities she serves in the following leadership positions:

  • Hennepin County Health and Human Services Committee Chair
  • Child Well-being Advisory Committee, Chair
  • Heading Home Hennepin Co-Chair
Open all

County and regional

  • Hennepin County Law Library, trustee
  • Metropolitan Mosquito Control District, Chair
  • Public Works Committee, Vice Chair
  • Hennepin County Regional Railroad Authority (HCRRA), member
  • Hennepin Health, member
  • Land Bank Twin Cities, member
  • CornerHouse, member
  • Youth Coordinating Board, member
  • Lake Street Greenway Partnership
  • Metro County Alliance for Healthy Families
  • Municipal Building Commission (MBC)
  • St. Anthony Falls Heritage Board


  • Association of Minnesota Counties (AMC) voting delegate
  • AMC Health and Human Services Committee, member
  • Public and Private Sector Leadership Team on Unsheltered Homelessness, member
  • State Community Health Services Advisory Committee (SCHSAC)


  • Large Urban County Caucus (NACo), Vice-chair
  • National Association of Counties (NACo), member
  • Community, Economic and Workforce Development Committee (NACo), Vice-chair
  • National Association of Black County Officials, 2nd Vice-President

District 4 is primarily Minneapolis as its border lines extend south from Downtown to the Minneapolis St. Paul International airport, west to Highway 35 and east to the Mississippi River. It also includes The Unorganized Territory of Fort Snelling.

If you live on a district boundary and are not sure who represents you, go to the Secretary of State website to find your district number.

4th district map

hennepin county map showing  district 4 relative to the other 6 districts

Neighborhood organizations

Open all