Join Fridley Police for a cup of coffee and a casual chat! Wednesday, March 29 from 4-5 pm at Starbucks Coffee - 5300 Central Ave NE, Fridley
Do you have an ash tree? Experts will help you identify Emerald Ash Borer and explain treatment options.Thursday, April 13 at 6:30 p.m.Springbrook Nature Center: 100 85th Ave NW, Fridley
Connect with local employers and discover new opportunities.Tuesday, April 182:00 - 5:00 p.m.Fridley Community Center: 6085 7th St NE
Get road-ready with Safe Kids Anoka County. Bring your bike helmet and get fitted for free. Stylish adult and child helmets available for only $10 each.Wed., April 19, 4-7 p.m.Fridley Police: lower level City Hall, 6431 University Ave NE
Veterans and families are invited to a free public resource fair on a variety of benefits. No cost, but pre-registration is suggested: (763) 502-5150.Thursday, April 20, 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. at the Fridley Community Center: 6085 7th St NE
What better way to celebrate trees than to plant one? Purchase a bare root tree at our Arbor Day Event on Saturday, April 29, from 9-11 am at Moore Lake Park
Save the Date: Saturday, May 6 for our next residential recycling event9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.400 71st Ave NE
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Need a new washing machine? Time to fix that leaky toilet? You could save up to 50% of your cost. Hurry - time is running out for this awesome grant!
Visit the City of Fridley booth at the Green Expo for Sustainable Living: Saturday, April 22 from 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at the National Sports Center in Blaine.
Are you interested in purchasing local foods, pollinator plantings, or exploring ways to be eco-friendly? Stop by the Green Expo for Sustainable Living! Check out booths, displays and activities from local and regional eco-focused businesses. There will e...
Fridley's Arbor Day Celebration and Tree Sale: Saturday, April 29 from 9 - 11 a.m. Moore Lake Park: just north of I-694 on Hwy 65, south end of East Moore Lake. Join us for a morning of fun, friendship, learning and trees!
Hear about upcoming jobs in the city, get spring updates from our Recreation staff, learn about senior services, and check in with Fridley Police - all in the March edition of Community Connection!
Beginning in October, construction will begin on the Mississippi River Regional Trail in the area just south of Locke Lake, along the west side of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) railway. The trail will be closed until next spring.
The anticipated construction for this fall, beginning in October, includes: vegetation clearing, slope stabilization, fence installation between the trail and the railroad right of way, and trail reconstruction. Some lower hanging tree limbs will need to ...Read on...
Stop! Before you buy a new washer or toilet, or tackle your sprinkler system, you could be eligible to save up to 50% of your cost.
Fridley residents have the opportunity to save money when upgrading a clothes washing machine, toilet or irrigation system.
Upgrade to an EnergyStar wash machine and save up to $150.Upgrade to a toilet with a WaterSense label and save up to $200.Ge...Read on...
Fridley residents get rewarded for keeping their hydrant clear of snow!Two Fridley residents were rewarded with gift cards, insulated coffee cups and a new snow shovel for keeping the hydrant on their block cleared of snow in December!!
Thank you to all the residents who clear the hydrants in their neighborhood.
A special Thank You to our local community supporters Home Depot, Cub Foods and Caribou Coffee for donating the reward items.
Get Ready for Winter! Between November 1 - April 1 there is no parking on city streets from 2:00 am - 6:00 am, and no parking anytime snow/ice removal is in progress.
Fridley does not declare snow emergencies. By keeping the same rules in effect throughout the winter months, it makes it easier for everyone to remember and ensures that we get the roads clear as efficiently as possible. Thank you for helping us out.Read on...
Fridley Police are launching an exciting program for young adults, ages 14 to 18, to explore law enforcement careers and gain invaluable skills and experience. Explorers are trained alongside active Officers and compete at a state competition!
The explorer program is the co-ed young adult division of learning for life that provides young adults, ages 14-18, with experiences, guidance, skills and opportunities to explore their career aspirations and lifetime interests.
The mission of Fridley ...Read on...
Our goal is to create a community where people can work, live and play all in their own neighborhood. This plan guides future redevelopment to complete necessary pedestrian/cycling connections to transit in the area including buses and the commuter train.
The area of the city included in this plan is Main Street west to the River and 62nd Way south to I-694.
The purpose of the Northstar TOD Master Plan, approved by Council on 12/8/2014, is to guide future redevelopment of the area in a way that complet...Read on...
Location: southeast corner of University Avenue and 61st Avenue Click Here to Learn More about the Cielo Project
Cielo (meaning The Sky or heaven in Italian) is now open!
This project will consist of 3 separate apartment buildings that are unlike any in Fridley today. These new buildings will be market rate rental housing with features such as inside parking, fit...Read on...
Fridley Land LLC, the owner of 4800 East River Road (now called Northern Stacks) is in the process of redeveloping the property into 1.6 million square feet of new industrial buildings, in 4 phases. The first of many buildings has now been constructed.
Fridley Land LLC, the owner of 4800 East River Road (now called Northern Stacks) is in the process of redeveloping the property into 1.6 million square feet of new industrial buildings, in 4 phases. The first of many buildings has now been constructed and...Read on...
It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of our beloved Canine Partner, Nitro. Our thoughts are with Sgt. McClish, his family, the entire Fridley PD, and the Fridley community. Nitro will be greatly missed.
On the afternoon of Friday, February 3, 2017, K-9 Nitro became very sick. He was rushed to an emergency veterinary clinic. Unfortunately, he passed away shortly after.
K9 Nitro entered into retirement on December 30, 2016, after 7 years of faithful service...
There has been some concerns lately with coyotes in the area. Hazing, or scaring the animal away, is the most effective way to react to encounters with these animals.
Killing does not solve problem-causing coyotes. According the Humane Society of the United States, as coyotes have expanded their range across North America, this can trigger alarm in people who fear for the safety of their pets and children. Some communi...Read on...
An Ordinance Amending Fridley City Charter Chapter 2
AN ORDINANCEAMENDING FRIDLEY CITY CHARTER <_o3a_p>CHAPTER2. CITY COUNCIL ORGANIZATION <_o3a_p>
WHEREAS,the City Council of the city of Fridley hereby finds, after review, examinationand recommendation by...
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The 2017 Summary Budget Form is available for viewing online - click the link below. The Fridley City Council approved this budget on December 27, 2016.
Get ready for winter! Between November 1 - April 1 there is no parking on city streets from 2:00 am - 6:00 am, and no parking anytime snow/ice removal is in progress.
Sign up for Springbrook nature camps! Explore, create, innovate at our week-long day camps - where the adventure never ends!Ages 5 - 12, plus our popular Gramp Camps in July for adult/child pairs.New center, new exhibits, new options - check it out!
Set the stage for a unique conference or the wedding of your dreams. Springbrook provides a natural setting for all of life's celebrations. The convenience of modern technology combined with the beauty of the natural world.
Environmental Education Field Trips at Springbrook take kids on an adventure through a 127-acre natural preserve filled with native wildlife and habitats. Hiking, snowshoeing, outdoor survival, teambuilding, and live animals... the options are endless!
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