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Look up information by your address

You can find a variety of information by entering your address. You can find out:

  • Property and local amenity information
  • Comprehensive list of your elected officials
  • City service information and employee contacts for your neighborhood

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Neighborhood toolkit

As Mayor Lunde says, "Good things happen when neighbors know each other."  The neighborhood toolkit has lots of ideas and resources to inspire and empower you to connect with your neighbors. Contact us to get yours.

Phone and email

Claudia Diggs
Email Claudia Diggs


With Nextdoor you can join or create a private neighborhood website to share information. Your neighborhood sets up and manages its own Nextdoor website.

Join your neighborhood on nextdoor.com

Benefits of using Nextdoor

Nextdoor makes it easy to communicate with your neighbors about the issues that matter most in your community.

  • Share recommendations about local services like babysitters, plumbers and dentists
  • Organize neighborhood events like association meetings, neighborhood watch and National Night Out
  • Connect with parents, pet owners and other groups in your neighborhood
  • Get to know your fellow neighbors so you can finally call them by name

Privacy on Nextdoor

All members must verify they live within the neighborhood before joining.  Information shared on Nextdoor is password protected.  The City of Brooklyn Park and search engines (i.e. Google) cannot access your neighborhood website.

Get to know your neighbors!

We encourage you to meet or reconnect with your neighbors. Whether you host a neighborhood event, work on a neighborhood improvement project, or simply put together a contact list, knowing your neighbors will result in a safer, more livable neighborhood. If you need ideas or help with that, please contact us.

Phone and email

Claudia Diggs
Email Claudia Diggs

About the Neighborhoods Initiative

Through the Neighborhoods Initiative, the City will support residents in their neighborhoods. We're not looking for residents to form new formal neighborhood boards or associations. Instead, we’re looking to work more closely with existing neighborhood contacts (like homeowners associations and crime watch captains) and build the leadership of new neighborhood contacts.


From January – June 2014 the City of Brooklyn Park’s Neighborhoods Task Force oversaw a public input process where the residents identified 31 current neighborhoods. In June 2014 the City Council accepted their report and directed staff to implement the neighborhoods initiative using the neighborhood framework. 

To learn more about how the neighborhoods were identified, read the Neighborhood Task Force’s report.


Formalized neighborhoods will enhance Brooklyn Park long term and benefit the community through the initiative’s goals:

  • Pride: increase community pride and sense of ownership
  • Stability: strengthen communities and stability of residents
  • Engagement: Increase connectivity, participation and community engagement of residents on local and citywide levels
  • Livability: Improve neighborhood livability and sense of safety
  • Communication: Improve sustainable communication between the city and neighborhoods and among residents within a neighborhood.
  • Collaboration: Increase collaboration between city departments and residents on key issues

Contact us

City Hall

5200 85th Ave. N.
Brooklyn Park, MN 55443
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Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Phone and email

Claudia Diggs
Email Claudia Diggs

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