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Posted on: September 22, 2020

Fall Hikes in Fridley

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Our Recreation has put together a few ideas for fall hikes in Fridley.

Innsbruck Nature Center:

Get away for the suburbs and into nature in just minutes. The Innsbruck Nature Center is a 24-acre space filled with walking/hiking trails that are primarily a wooded area, flourishing with fall colors. The park is located at 5815 ...

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Posted on: August 28, 2020

Ways to vote in the General Election

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COVID-19 has presented challenges to elections administrators at the state, county and municipal level. The Fridley Clerk’s Office is working to ensure a safe and efficient Election Day for all eligible voters in the City. There are three ways t...

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Posted on: August 24, 2020

Holly Center Redevelopment Proposal

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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.

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Posted on: August 12, 2020

Organics Program Available!

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Participants in the Fridley Organics Recycling program are keeping TONS of trash out of the landfill this summer.

Have the corn husks, chicken bones, and watermelon rinds from your backyard bbq picked up and turned into beneficial compost instead of creating more waste by enrolling in the program at FridleyMN.gov/Organics.

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Posted on: August 17, 2020

Adopt A Drain Program

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Adopt a storm drain in your neighborhood before Labor Day and you’ll receive a free tote bag from Adopt-A-Drain.org

When you adopt a drain, you volunteer to keep it free of leaves, trash and other pollutants. Storm drains feed directly into Moore Lake, Rice Creek and the Mississippi River, so it’s important to keep them clear for cleaner and healthier waterwa...

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Posted on: August 17, 2020

Free Virtual Home Energy Squad

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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.

As part of the program, an energy professional will take a virtual tour of your home to make a personalized plan to save you energy and reduce your energy bill. Fridley residents can also continue to receive in-person Enhanced Home Energy Squad visits for...

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Posted on: August 12, 2020

Emerald Ash Borer

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This summer, the City of Fridley has contracted with Rainbow Treecare to protect high-quality public ash trees against emerald ash borer (EAB).

As part of this effort, residents can receive special pricing on protecting their own trees! EAB is an invasive insect that aggressively spreads to attack and quickly kill ash trees. The larvae of EAB tunnel under tree bark, which interrupts the flow of w...

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Posted on: August 12, 2020

Lower Rice Creek Stabilization Project

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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.

Rice Creek Watershed District, the City of Fridley, and Anoka County Parks are restoring sections of Rice Creek with rock, regrading, and native plantings. This activity may temporarily cause closures of gravel and mulch trails in Locke County Park, howev...

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Posted on: May 27, 2020

Temporary Outdoor Dining Areas

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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.

Rather than the usual 60-day approval process for outdoor space, restaurants can complete a Temporary Outdoor Dining Registration Form and submit it to the City. 

All spaces added via this process are considered temporary and must be removed by No...

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