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    City Council Meeting July 14, 2020 7:00 PM

    Join July 14, 2020 City Council meeting via Webinar. If you would like to request special accommodations or alternative formats, please contact the City Clerk at 612-782-3313 or email city@savmn.com Read on...
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    Water restrictions

    Water restrictions apply each year between April 1 through Nov. 1. Read on...
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    Cardboard Recycling Event

    Free for St. Anthony residents- come and recycle your unwanted cardboard! Stay in your vehicle and staff will unload the cardboard for you. Read on...
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    Branch Chipping

    The City of St. Anthony's Public Works Department will be conducting curbside branch chipping for residents August 24-26. Read more
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    Coffee with the Council

    Join members of the City Council and the community for informal discussions about the Village at 9 a.m., on Saturday, July 18, via Zoom meeting. Read on...
  6. night to unite

    Night to Unite Tuesday October 6, 2020 6 PM

    This year's Night to Unite has been postponed until Tuesday October 6, 2020. Block party registration will be available online beginning in August. Read more...
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    St. Anthony City Council lowers speed limits to increase pedestrian safety

    On June 23, 2020 the St. Anthony City Council adopted a plan to implement lower speed limits to city-owned roads to increase pedestrian safety and support our mission to be a progressive and welcoming Village, that is walkable, sustainable and safe. Read on...
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    Clean-Up Day 8 AM - 2 PM, Saturday September 12, 2020

    We have implemented changes this year, such as social distancing to keep everyone safe. Please review the following information if you are interested in participating at this year's clean-up event. Sign up required. Read on...
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    St. Anthony Police Department 2019 Use of Force Analysis Report

    St. Anthony Police Department has completed the 2019 analysis report of the department’s use of force. This report is prepared by the Police Captain and submitted to the Chief of Police and contains all use of force incidents that occurred in 2019. Read on...
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    Vote by Mail in the State Primary and General Election

    All eligible voters can vote by mail in both the August 11 State Primary and the November 3 General Election. Voting by mail is safe, easy and convenient. You do not need to provide a reason to vote by mail. Read on...
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    Stay Safe MN

    Now, we are slowly moving the dial and introducing more interaction between people over time. As we take cautious steps forward, it is more important than ever that we all do our part to slow the spread of the virus. Read on...
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    Police Department Strategic Plan Goals & Objectives

    The St. Anthony Police Department, The Department of Justice’s Collaborative Reform Initiative for Technical Assistance, along with input from the community have created a Strategic Plan and Vision and Goals Pyramid. Collaborative Reform Initiative
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