Wednesday, January 31,4:00 - 5:00 p.m.,Caribou Coffee: 272 57th Ave NE.Stop by for a chat! Share concerns, brainstorm crime prevention ideas or just say hi. Let's partner for a safe and vibrant community.
Get ready for winter! Between November 1 - April 1 there is no parking on city streets from 2:00 am - 6:00 am, and 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.
The Springbrook Foundation invites you to this annual fundraising event. Enjoy live and silent auctions, delicious food and lots of fun. Tickets are $45/person and available now through the Foundation's website.
Xcel Energy will be updating Street Lighting from the current High Pressure Sodium lights to LED Lights. This work will take place throughout the City staring around the end of January through end of February.
Xcel Energy will be updating Street Lighting from the current High Pressure Sodium lights to LED Lights. This work will take place throughout the City staring around the end of January through end of February. This timeline is weather dependent and could ...
Applications now be accepted for the 2018 '49er Day Parade - Thursday, June 14th!
If you receive a call demanding immediate payment from someone claiming to be the City of Fridley, hang up. This is a scam using technology to fake caller ID. If a utility bill is overdue, you would be contacted by US Mail from the city, not by phone.
We are getting reports that some residents are receiving phone calls with the caller ID displaying as City of Fridley and the caller is claiming you are overdue on some kind of payment to the city. The caller insists on immediate payment or requests gift ...
Yellow bags have been placed on the newly painted fire hydrants around the city. These bags help protect the hydrants from corrosion from salt applied on the streets during snow and ice events.
Bags will remain in place until spring hydrant flushing.
Fridley Fire has tested the speed of removal for these bag covers and have no problem or concerns with that aspect. The bigger challenge firefighters face with fire hydrants is snow cover, so help th...
Now accepting applications to serve on Fridley's Charter Commission. There is one vacancy.
Learn all about Fridley's long term development planning as we prepare the 2040 Comprehensive Plan.
Todd Messer retired from the Fire Department on October 31st after over 30 years of service.
2 styles of Kidde brand fire extinguisher have been recalled: plastic handle fire extinguishers and push-button Pindicator fire extinguishers.
A replacement program was initiated because certain fire extinguishers can become clogged or require excessive force to activate, posing a risk of failure to discharge. In addition, the nozzle can detach with enough force to pose an impact hazard. Kidde i...
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Fridley City Council Conference meeting scheduled for Monday, January 22, 2018, will begin at 5:30 p.m. instead of 5:00 p.m. to discuss the following:
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Notice is hereby given that there willbe a public hearing of the Fridley Planning Commission at the Fridley MunicipalCenter, 6431 Uni...
On December 11, 2017, the Fridley City Council passed and adopted a budget fort he year 2018 and a revised budget for the year 2017. Below is the summary published in the Sun Focus, and the full report can be found under City Budget on our website.
ORDINANCE NO. 1350
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 205.30 O-5, TELECOMMUNICATIONS TOWERS AND FACILITIES DISTRICT TO ADD LANGUAGE TO ACCOMMODATE RECENT LEGISLATIVE CHANGES RELATED TO SMALL WIRELESS INSTALLATIONS IN THE RIGHT OF WAY
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, December 20, 2017, at 7:00 p.m.
Join the girls for a little snowshoeing fun! We'll go hiking in the snow, relax by a fire and enjoy good company. $5/person plus $5 snowshoe rental (if needed).Advance reservations required: 763-572-3588
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!