City Spotlights

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  1. Innsbruck Nature Center pond

    Fall Hikes in Fridley

    Our Recreation has put together a few ideas for fall hikes in Fridley. Read on...
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    Holly Center Redevelopment Proposal

    Learn about the proposal for the redevelopment of the Holly Center by Roers Companies and see photos of a similar project they completed in Burnsville. View project information
  4. Organics logo - Put back into nature

    Organics Program Available!

    Participants in the Fridley Organics Recycling program are keeping TONS of trash out of the landfill this summer. Read on...
  5. Adopt-a-Drain logo

    Adopt A Drain Program

    Adopt a storm drain in your neighborhood before Labor Day and you’ll receive a free tote bag from Read on...
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    Free Virtual Home Energy Squad

    You can now get a FREE energy analysis of your home through the Virtual Home Energy Squad program provided by Center for Energy and Environment, Xcel Energy, and CenterPoint Energy. Read on...
  7. Emerald Ash Borer tunnels in an ash tree

    Emerald Ash Borer

    This summer, the City of Fridley has contracted with Rainbow Treecare to protect high-quality public ash trees against emerald ash borer (EAB). Read on...
  8. Rice Creek overhead view

    Lower Rice Creek Stabilization Project

    Streambank stabilization of Lower Rice Creek to reduce erosion and improve water quality will begin in Locke County Park in mid-August and continue for approximately three months. Read on...
  9. Outdoor dining space with picnic table

    Temporary Outdoor Dining Areas

    In recognition of the difficulties facing restaurant owners during the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Fridley City Council has temporarily suspended the typical approval processes for restaurants to add outdoor dining areas. Read on...