On Monday, September 27, 2021, the Brooklyn Park City Council accepted a $3,345,516 grant from the FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency to hire 12 additional firefighters. The competitive grant was...
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Programs and Registration
The Brooklyn Park Recreation and Parks team is committed to ensuring that our resilient community members have resources to maintain healthy lives, create meaningful relationships and have exciting experiences. In these challenging times, our team is working to provide you with resources for you and your family with the hope of making it easier for you to stay engaged and prioritize your health and well-being.
Painting in the Park
Back by popular demand is Painting in the Park! If you enjoy painting or have wanted to learn, now is the time! Sign up for the class that interests you! Step by step instruction and all supplies are provided. Now offering classes for ages 5+.
Celebrate Brooklyn Park
The Recreation and Parks Department is excited to celebrate Brooklyn Park through a series of community events throughout the year. Events will continue to acknowledge the City’s past as a potato-growing center with our annual Tater Daze celebration, keeping old traditions alive while creating opportunities to celebrate Brooklyn Park’s now-rich cultural diversity!
Plaza Park has grown into a great summer event space! From free live street theatre performances featuring local Southeast Asian community members to Brooklyn Park Rocks and other family painting...
White-tailed Deer Management Plan - 2021 Controlled Deer Hunt in Brooklyn Park In 2011, the Brooklyn Park City Council adopted a Deer Management Plan that addresses concerns about the number...
Craig is the chief of police for the City of Brooklyn Park and started his career with the Brooklyn Park Police Department in 1991. He has served in a number of capacities including school resource officer, detective, crisis negotiator, patrol sergeant and later as the captain of uniformed patrol.