Tater Daze Festival
You say potato, I say tater!
If you are looking for a fun and interactive place to volunteer, Tater Daze is just the festival for you. Throughout our four-day event, we have several ways for you to support our annual community festival.
Due to the storm that passed through Brooklyn Park on Sunday, City Hall licensing division was busy taking calls from companies that plan on registering and having sales people going door to door. Learn about door-to-door sales.
Enter To Win Great Prizes! Purchase a $3 Tater Daze button to support our local festival. Those wearing a button will receive discounts at the festival. Buttons are on sale now at City Hall, Brookland Golf Park and the Community Activity Center.
A national search is underway to find the city’s next top executive. The City is looking for a leader with a unique skill set, one who can lead with intuitive and well-developed skills in managing a complex local government.
Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (MCES) is making improvements to aging and deteriorating regional sanitary sewer facilities that serve homes and businesses. Work will be done along 101st Avenue N. from U.S. 169 to Noble Avenue between May and October 2015.
New app created just for Brooklyn Park residents and business owners.
On March 15, the City of Brooklyn Park hosted the first of a three part forum that is taking place in large Minnesota cities.
On Monday, March 23 City of Brooklyn Park offices were filled with more than a half dozen teens from area high schools for the 3rd Annual Youth in City Government Day.
Recently there were four individual grass fires along both sides of Highway 610 between Zane Avenue and West Broadway. The wild fires brought out a team of firefighters who put the fire out in a matter of seconds.
Brooklyn Park has a Fire Explorer program for teens and young adults between the ages of 14 to 20 who wish to learn more about the fire service.
Brooklyn Park fifth grader, Katelyn Qualley, won the 2015 Tater Daze Button Contest!
City of Brooklyn Park Mayor Jeffrey Lunde will speak at the 2015 National After-School Summit on March 24 at the University of Southern California. The USC Schwarzenegger Institute, the Afterschool Alliance and the After-School All-Stars invited Mayor Lunde to share his experience as an after school champion thanks to his involvement with Cities United and My Brother’s Keeper.