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Adopt and dress up a fire hydrant competition
A new device is allowing cities, like Brooklyn Park, to predict when there could be potential problems with frost underground.
Is your recycling bin too small or too big? Call us to get one that's just right for you.
Free screenings for hearing, vision and developmental growth are available for children in Brooklyn Park.
Adults over 50 have a wide array of recreation programs to choose from in Brooklyn Park to meet their fitness goals.
Brooklyn Park Mayor Jeffrey Lunde recently visited the White House for the My Brother's Keeper National Summit. He is part of a nationwide initiative to help youth.
Were you in the band in high school? Do you miss it? Attend a concert or join the Brooklyn Community Band!
Take a look at all the cool amenities we have for our community!
FEMA is opening a temporary office in the old Brooklyn Park library to help residents affected by September flooding.
In this edition of Brooklyn Park Now! Mayor Jeffrey Lunde visits Jeanette Nevilles of Gramsky's Sandwiches. Find out why she thinks running a business is all about "keeping it simple."
The City of Brooklyn Park received a grant from the Metropolitan Council to give rebates to residents who purchase water efficient clothes washers, toilets and/or irrigation controllers. We recently met up with Tara Schell who received a $50 rebate on her clothes washer.
Those dead batteries from your electronic devices should be recycled. Luckily it's pretty easy to do.
A new plan from Minnesota State Colleges offers graduates from 2-year institutions like North Hennepin Community College guaranteed admission into 4-year institutions.