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COVID-19 Resources

Stay safe. Stay informed.


This page and related pages are continuously updated with new community resources and information related to COVID-19. Check back often to stay informed!

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City Services Information

Remote Services

The city will have staff available to answer phone calls and questions. Residents and customers may conduct business by phone or online, including utility billing (can use dropbox), recreation registration and some online building permits. We have a list of city services and numbers you can call on our COVID-19 resources webpage

Learn how to use city services during COVID-19 >

Facilities Closed

All city facilities (except police stations) will remain closed to the public. This includes Brooklyn Park City Hall, DMV, Community Activity Center, Zanewood, Edinburgh USA, Brookland Golf Park, Brooklyn Park Sports Dome at Park Center, Fire stations, and the Operations and Maintenance facility.  The fire and police departments will remain fully operational. 

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How can I help?

Red Cross Blood Drive

Blood donation is a safe process, and people should not hesitate to give and receive blood. At each blood drive, Red Cross employees follow thorough extensive safety protocols. In addition to our standard procedures, you will notice the following at your local blood drive:

  • Increased Educational Materials
  • Pre-Donation Donor Temperature Screening
  • Enhanced Disinfecting
  • Social Distancing
  • Staff Wellness and Protection
  • Blood Donor Deferrals Individuals are asked to postpone their donation for 28 days following:
    • Travel to China and its special administrative regions, Hong Kong and Macau, Iran, Italy and South Korea.
    • Diagnosis of COVID-19, contact with a person who has or suspected to have the virus.

Click here to sign up!

Sew masks for hospitals

One critical need that has emerged over the past several days is the need for more personal protective equipment (PPE), such as masks and gowns, in hospitals and other health care settings.

Volunteer sewers need to use a CDC-compliant pattern, approved by Allina, to create the masks. Tightly woven 100 percent cotton fabric should be used for the front of the mask while soft, high quality, tightly woven 100 percent cotton flannel should be used for the backing.

Once you get the hang of it, it’s estimated to take about 15 minutes to make one mask.

Click here to learn more about sewing masks >

Community Emergency Assistance Programs

CEAP is providing food, resources, and hope to your neighbors during COVID-19, and we need your help to do it! CEAP’s ability to adjust nimbly and meet community needs in the face of this emergency is dependent on the financial support we receive.

Your donations will provide over fresh produce, protein, and shelf-stable foods to keep families in your community!

Tax-deductible financial contributions can be made online via credit card below or by mailing a check, made out to CEAP and mailed to:

7051 Brooklyn Blvd
Brooklyn Center, MN 55429.

Click here to donate today!

SAGE Academy Charter School

SAGE Academy Charter School is looking for community members to help assemble and distribute meals to students and others in the community on Monday, March 23. SAGE Academy is also accepting food donations.

Please contact to learn more.