Bigger and Better Than Ever! Pumpkin Night 2017: Saturday, October 216:00 - 10:00 p.m.Springbrook's most popular event of the year! Don't miss it!
Applications are now being accepted for paid, on-call firefighters! Make a difference in your community and be a part of an amazing group.
Pick up a free alarm, complete with batteries, at Fridley Fire: 6431 University Ave, or call 763-572-3613. Nov 5 is the end of Daylight Savings Time - remember to check your alarms!
This month on Community Connection, we meet the new K-9 team, get fired up with firefighters, study trees and prepare for Pumpkin Night!
Come out and shoot some hoops! A new basketball court is now open at Commons Park. (This replaces the old one at Moore Lake Beach which closed 8/28)
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Turn your rotting pumpkins into a rich compost! Instead of tossing your carved pumpkins into the trash, bring them to Springbrook Nature Center. This free collection helps eliminate all that extra waste and puts those pumpkins to good use!
Pumpkins can be dropped off for free between November 1-6 at Springbrook Nature Center: 100 85th Avenue. There will be a collection bin in the parking lot. These collected pumpkins will be transformed into a rich additive for soil that is used in gardenin...
K-9 Jax verses the bad guy = a Jax win!Thanks to the persistent efforts of Fridley K-9 Officer Roddy and his partner Jax, there is one less suspect on the streets.
K-9 Officer Roddy and Jax responded to a burglary in progress on Saturday night in Columbia Heights. When one of the first officers on scene saw a suspect running from the business, that information was relayed to our K-9 unit. Officer Roddy and Jax track...
The Fridley Fire Department is offering free smoke alarms or replacement batteries for your existing alarms for Fridley residents!
The alarms and batteries are available to pick up at Fridley Fire Station 1: 6431 University Ave. Limited to three alarms per household and please have an ID showing Fridley residency. For more information email us at FridleyFire@FridleyMN.gov or call 763...
The alarms and batteries are only available to pick up at Fridley Fire Station 1: 6431 University Ave NE. Limited to three alarms per household and please have an ID showing Fridley residency. For more information email us at FridleyFire@FridleyMN.gov or ...
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...
ORDINANCE NO. 1347
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE FRIDLEY CITY CODE CHAPTER 205.30 0-5 TELECOMMUNICATIONS TOWERS AND FACILITIES DISTRICT, TO ALLOW A TELCOOMMINCATIONS TOWER TO A 150 FOOT HEIGHT PROVIDED CONDITIONS CAN BE MET TO BLEND INTO THE SURROUND...
PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE PLANNING COMMISSION
Notice is hereby given that there will be a public hearing of the Fridley Planning Commission at the Fridley Municipal Center, 6431 University Avenue N.E. on Wednesday,Oc...
CITY OF FRIDLEY
NOTICE OF ORDINANCE NO. 1345
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING FRIDLEY CITY CHARTER CHAPTER 7. TAXATION AND FINANCES
The Fridley City Charter has reviewed, discussed and recommended an amendment of the City Charter by Or...
Bigger and Better Than Ever! Pumpkin Night 2017: Saturday, October 216:00 - 10:00 p.m.THE most popular event of the year! Don't miss it!
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!