Neighborhood Resource Officers

Fridley is divided into 11 districts consisting of 2 to 5 neighborhoods each. A Neighborhood Resource Officer (NRO) is assigned to work with the citizens of each district to solve problems or concerns that may surface in their neighborhood. The NRO has been trained in problem solving and is aware of the various resources available in the community. The Fridley Police Department believes that the greatest opportunity for success is working together with citizens, the schools, the business community and other organizations to solve problems. Citizens are encouraged to meet and get to know their NRO. It is important to develop a trusting working relationship prior to dealing with problems that may be identified in a neighborhood.

Your Neighborhood Resource Officers

*Many direct numbers are voicemail only as officers spend much of their working hours in the field. Depending on shifts and schedules, these messages may not be immediately received. Please dial 9-1-1 in case of emergency or if you need to speak to an officer right away.

*Click here for a map that shows Fridley neighborhoods and neighborhood boundaries.

Plymouth, Summit Manor, Oak Hills

Sylvan Hills, River's Edge Way, Hyde Park, Ashton

Rice Creek Plaza North & South, Hartmann Circle, Locke Lake, Logan Park, Edgewater Garden

Craigway, Springbrook, Riverview Heights

Marion Hills, North and South Innsbruck, North Park, Parkview, Black Forest

Bonny, Lakeview, Uplands, Christie, Florence

Melody Manor, Fridley Terrace

Harris Lake, Benjamin-Briardale, Moore Lake Hills, Gardena, Highlands, Spring Valley

Rice Creek Terrace East, Rice Creek Terrace West, Holiday Hills

Rice Creek Townhomes, Brookview, Creek Ridge, Oak Grove 

Meadowmoore, Flannery

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