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  1. Fire Hydrant Flushing

    May 4 through May 15 Operations & Maintenance crews are scheduled to begin flushing fire hydrants on Monday, May 4. Hydrant flushing is a way for crews to test the water flow and pressure in a hydrant so we know it’s ready for use, in case of a fire. Hydrant...
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    Gun Permits Update

    In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Brooklyn Park Police Department will not be accepting walk-in Permit to Purchase applications until further notice. You must be a Brooklyn Park resident to qualify. There is a seven (7) day waiting period before a permit will be issued to qualifying individuals. The...
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    Brooklyn Park Public Safety Puts Out Call for Help

    Brooklyn Park, MN (Dec. 5, 2019) –The Brooklyn Park Police and Fire Departments need your help in bringing holiday cheer to less fortunate families. The Brooklyn Park Police and Fire Departments have partnered with the Glenda Clayton Breast Cancer Toys for Tots Foundation. This foundation was started by Latrina Caldwell...
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    Fatal accident in Brooklyn Park, Nov. 13, 2019

    Brooklyn Park, MN – On November 13, 2019, at 06:29 a.m., Brooklyn Park officers were dispatched to the intersection of 65th Avenue and Zane Avenue on a report of a personal injury accident involving a pedestrian and a school bus. Responding officers located an adult male who had been struck...
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    Brooklyn Park unveils new customer focused website

    Brooklyn Park, (MN) – 10/15/2019 – Mayor Jeffrey Lunde announced today that the city has a new website that is more user friendly, clean and accessible to enhance user experience. Since 2017, the city has worked on a website overhaul to improve search function, make the site more engaging, easier...
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    Brooklyn Park serves up its first annual restaurant week

    Brooklyn Park, (MN) – 8/27/2019 – Mayor Jeffrey Lunde announced today that the week of September 9 through 13 is restaurant week in Brooklyn Park. The city is home to more than 100 restaurants. The eclectic group of restaurants range from high end to casual dining. Brooklyn Park, home to...
  7. Brooklyn Park goes “purple” in October to raise awareness of domestic violence

    Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, Sept. 24, 2019 – Brooklyn Park Mayor Jeffrey Lunde has proclaimed October as Domestic Violence Awareness month. The proclamation supports the city’s Human Rights Commission’s second annual purple light initiative to shine the light on domestic violence, an awareness effort that encourages everyone in the city to...
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    NOTICE: Controlled Deer Hunt in Brooklyn Park

    In 2011, the Brooklyn Park City Council adopted a Deer Management Plan that addresses concerns about the number of white-tailed deer in the community. The plan balances deer population with their biological habitat and the tolerance level of residents. The plan is for eight areas to be hunted again this...
  9. Historic City Council swearing-in ceremony

    Mayor re-elected to a third term and two new city council members will serve the residents of Brooklyn Park Mayor Jeffery Lunde announced that the swearing-in of two new city council members will make for an even more diverse council. In November, residents elected two new council members, including a...