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Last week, Brooklyn Park city officials held a two-day workshop that focuses on the design elements of light rail transit, which includes everything from sidewalks to bike lanes to plant life along the light rail corridor.
The Brooklyn Park Police Department hopes to recruit cadets that represent the diversity of the city.
Brooklyn Park's New Assistant City Manager Wokie Freeman was recently the feature interview in the Mshale Newspaper.
The I-94 on and off ramps at Hwy 81 (Bottineau Blvd) will close for six weeks starting September 26.
Proposals will be received at City Hall until 5:00 p.m. on Friday, October 28, 2016, for prosecution legal services (City Prosecutor) for the City of Brooklyn Park.
Competition for cable TV is closer to reality in the northwest suburbs. A proposed franchise agreement with CenturyLink will go to local cities after action by the Northwest Suburbs Cable Communications Commission.
Brooklyn Park Mayor Jeff Lunde sits down with Dave Kiser to talk about the BP 2025 plan, the archery deer hunt this season, and the Mayor's Prayer Breakfast.
Get an inside look at what makes area farmers markets so special from the vendors themselves.
It's a new beginning for New Millennium Academy. On Tuesday the Brooklyn Center charter school will be christened as 660 students will walk the hallways and sit in classrooms for the first time.
Recycling communications at the City of Brooklyn Park and Pokemon Go have something in common.
Effective September 6, 2016, 71st Avenue from Bottineau Boulevard to West Broadway/Lakeland Avenue will be closed for 42 days.
Zanewood Recreation Center in Brooklyn Park offers a wide variety of fun, after school options for young kids and teens, alike.
After talking to you, we've used your input to create goals for Brooklyn Park in 2025. Tell us what you think about our draft plan and you'll be entered into a prize drawing! So, what are you waiting for?
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