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MGK received funding from Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development award-winning Job Creation Funding program
Fire hydrant flushing begins May 6
North Memorial Health in partnership with the city of Brooklyn Park recognized the lifesaving responses of North Memorial Health paramedics, Brooklyn Park police and firefighters.
City of Brooklyn Park Achieves National Recognition and Meets a BP2025 Goal
ALERT: Snow Emergency declared
The City of Brooklyn Park has declared a snow emergency. That means no on-street parking beginning at 10 p.m. TONIGHT until a street has been plowed curb to curb. Vehicles that remain on the street after 10 p.m. tonight might be ticketed and towed.
Missing Brooklyn Park adult has been located and reunited with his family.
Application Withdrawn for “Project Hotdish”
The City of Brooklyn Park has declared a snow emergency, effective at 3 p.m. Friday, March 1
The City of Brooklyn Park has declared a snow emergency, effective at 9 a.m. WEDNESDAY, Feb. 20.
The city has declared a snow emergency, which means no on-street parking until a street has been plowed curb to curb.
The city has declared a snow emergency, which means no on-street parking starting at 1 p.m. TODAY (2/7/19) until a street has been fully plowed.
An additional parking area has been added. It is located just off of Welcome Ave., just north of Village Creek Pkwy.
Brooklyn Park city crews are placing clear, plastic bags over some fire hydrants to protect them from road salt damage.
For the City of Brooklyn Park, titles and salaries for 2018 are city manager at $171,338.00, police chief at $149,719.87 and director of Community Development at $153,599.74.
It might seem odd that I would tell you this, but you might need to be putting less material in your recycling cart.
Brooklyn Park Mayor Jeff Lunde sits down with Dave Kiser to talk about the city's parks referendum, a new solicitor ordinance, national night out and more.
If you’re like me you look a little less than perfect on the outside, but you’re pretty good on the inside. Just like misfit produce. While they're called misfit, these apples, peppers and other items could be a good fit for you.
Tim the Recycling Manager shows us why reusing is better than recycling
The Brooklyn Park Police Department is excited to announce that we have two designated parking stalls at both our North building (5400 85th Ave. N) and South building (7608 Brooklyn Blvd. N) where individuals can meet to finalize internet transactions and/or exchanges.
What happens to your recycling after it gets picked up? Recycling Manager Tim takes us to what is called a Materials Recovery Facility where the paper and containers we mixed in our cart get sorted back out into their individual categories.
Natural things such as food scraps want to break down and return to dirt. And we should be doing what we can to help. It’s called organics recycling.
To help welcome New Americans and all residents in general, the City created a series of educational videos called “Know the Code.”
The City of Brooklyn Park now offers environmentally friendly, e-statements and e-payments. Save time and money with online billing.