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Bark Park Expo
Feb 10, 2016 12:12 PM

Pet-friendly businesses can sign up for Bark Park Expo

Brooklyn Park's Bark Park Expo showcases one of two great outdoor dog parks in our city while offering you the opportunity to set your organization apart and increase your visibility with patrons. We invite pet-friendly businesses as well as adoption and rescue organizations to take part. During the day we will host seminars, games and, of course, treats for our four-legged friends!

 
Council member John Jordan talks about building a signature park for large events
Signature park
Feb 05, 2016 05:22 PM

Plans emerge for Brooklyn Park’s destination park

Brooklyn Park has long wanted to create a larger scale park near the northern edge of the city. With government agencies working on development plans for the future light rail line that will end in that area, a task force is moving forward on a large park project.

 
tree branches
Tree sale
Feb 05, 2016 09:54 AM

Order your Arbor Day tree, only 170 trees available

In celebration of Arbor Day, the City is offering bare root trees at wholesale prices to residents. We are offering 12 species of trees with 170 trees in total. There is a limit of 10 trees per Brooklyn Park household.

 
Full house in the Council chambers to listen to a panel of religious and community members talk about religious tolerance and unity
Interfaith discussion
Feb 03, 2016 06:16 PM

Brooklyn Park faith and unity event draws crowd

Dr. Mohammed Hussain, of the Brooklyn Park Islamic Center, spoke during the January 28 faith and unity event hosted by Brooklyn Park Mayor Jeff Lunde and faith leaders in the city.

 
close up of snow shoveler from the ground level
Snow blower
Feb 03, 2016 05:15 PM

Thieves steal snow equipment from Brooklyn Park church

Family of God Lutheran Church has been a part of the Brooklyn Park community since 1970. On Wednesday, church members removed snow the old-fashioned way after they discovered someone stole all their heavy duty snow removal equipment from a shed.

 
Young kids playing soccer
Signature park
Feb 02, 2016 05:41 PM

Brooklyn Park leaders get first look at ‘big ideas’ for event area

During a special meeting Jan. 26, the Brooklyn Park City Council received a glimpse of the grand ideas for the city’s long-anticipated signature event area, which could be created on about 35 acres in the northern part of the city. Barry Long, the president of Urban Design Associates, had spent that day meeting with city, business and parks officials and the event area task force of citizens and leaders and shared a concept created from the ideas with the council.

 
Brooklyn Park police canine Dingo
T-shirts for K9s
Feb 02, 2016 05:34 PM

Buy a shirt, support the Brooklyn Park Police K-9 unit

Next week, the public is invited to support the Brooklyn Park Police Department’s K-9 unit by buying a T-shirt, available in a wide variety of youth and adult sizes.

 
Body camera worn on police officers chest
Body cameras
Feb 01, 2016 05:29 PM

Body cameras on all Brooklyn Park patrol officers expected soon

Brooklyn Park Police Chief Craig Enevoldsen expects full deployment of body worn cameras on all city patrol officers by the middle of this month.

 
Dave Looby from Minneapolis Northwest Convention and Visitor Bureau talks about tourism in the northwest suburbs
Visitors bureau
Feb 01, 2016 05:06 PM

Tourism bureau keeps mission, changes name

Tourism is on the minds of many as the Superbowl and the NCAA Basketball Final Four come to Minneapolis in 2018 and 2019. Yet when it comes to promoting tourism in the northwest metro, efforts are underway year-round to bring visitors to the area.

 
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Shredded paper at the sorting facility
Feb 01, 2016 11:16 AM

When and Where to Shred: Tales from Tim's Recycling Bin

If you think the rules for what can and cannot go in your cart have been changing, you’re right. This month I'll try to help you know when and where to shred.

 
A segment of Shingle Creek that flows through part of Brooklyn Center and past Park Center High School and Brooklyn Junior High
Water protection
Jan 29, 2016 04:49 PM

Wellhead Protection Plan Completed

The City of Brooklyn Park has successfully completed its Wellhead Protection Plan. The goal of the plan is to prevent human caused contaminants from entering our water supply wells and to protect everyone who uses our water supply from adverse health effects associated with groundwater contamination.​

 
Seniors sit and listen to representative from AARP and Brooklyn Center Police about how to protect themselves form the top scams
Scam workshop
Jan 29, 2016 03:00 PM

Seniors hear why they’re targeted by scammers

Representatives from AARP and the Brooklyn Center Police Department told seniors how to recognize some of the top scams happening in Minnesota. Experts say seniors are targeted, because they have the money.​

 
 
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