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  1. Maple Tree ACD Tree Sale

    Anoka Conservation District Tree Sale

    Planning for spring yard projects? Reserve trees and shrubs now through the Anoka County Conservation District. Read more...
  2. Ice Skating Trail

    New Ice Skating Trail

    Looking for a fun winter activity? Try out the NEW ice skating trail located on the grounds of the Coon Rapids Ice Center, located at 11000 Crooked Lake Boulevard. Read more...
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    State Senate District 35 Special Election

    There will be a Special Election to fill a vacancy in Senate District 35. Read more...
  4. Commission Members wanted

    Commission Volunteers Needed

    Are you interested in a volunteer opportunity? Read more...
  5. Skates on Ice

    Update on Outdoor Ice Rinks

    1-5-16 - Mother Nature has made ice rinks a challenge this year. Read more...
  6. 2016 City Budget

    The City Council approved the 2016 budget at December 1, 2015 City Council meeting. Read more...
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    Snowplowing 101

    The City plows over 400 lane miles of streets after every snow storm of three inches or more. Residents often have a lot of questions about snowplowing, so the City would like to explain some of the snowplowing procedures currently in place. Read more...
  8. Water quality award

    Coon Rapids Receives Award for Quality Drinking Water

    Coon Rapids has been recognized with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 2014 Water Fluoridation Quality Award from the Minnesota Department of Health Oral Health Program and Drinking Water Protection Section. Read more...
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    Download the NEW City of Coon Rapids APP

    It’s an easy way to access City of Coon Rapids information all in one place! Read more...
  10. Winter parking ban

    Winter Parking Ban Begins

    The winter parking ban is in effect in Coon Rapids beginning Nov 1 thru April 1. Read more...
  11. Snowplow Hotline

    Snowplow Hotline

    Stay informed about the latest snowplowing information with the snowplow hotline! Read more...
  12. Road Construction

    2016 Planned Street Reconstruction

    See which streets are planned for reconstruction in 2016. Read more...
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    Historically Low Crime Rate

    Coon Rapids continues to see a decrease in its overall crime rate. Read more...
  14. QR Code

    Coon Rapids History Goes Hi-Tech!

    QR codes linked to videos provide a history lesson about five locations in the city of Coon Rapids. Read more...
  15. Water Quality
  16. Rain Garden

    New Rain Gardens Fighting Pollution in Coon Rapids

    Rain gardens were installed at 38 homes to collect storm water to keep chemicals out of area creeks. Read more...
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    Comcast Offers Low-Cost Internet Service for Eligible Families

    For the past five years, Comcast Corporation has been working to close the gap with their Internet Essentials initiative. Read more...
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    Comcast Launching HD Channel for CTN Community Programming

    Starting August 4, you'll be able to watch some CTN programming in high definition. Read on...
  19. City Council Approves Plans for New SuperAmerica

    The Coon Rapids City Council has given the green light for a project that will fill a vacant piece of land on Coon Rapids Boulevard. Read on...
  20. Coon Rapids Senior Center Marks 40th Anniversary

    The Coon Rapids Senior Center is celebrating a big milestone. Read on...
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Minnesota State Statute §471.701 Salary Data: A city or county with a population of more than 15,000 must annually notify its residents of the positions and base salaries of its three highest-paid employees. This notice may be provided on the home page of the primary website maintained by the political subdivision for a period of not less than 90 consecutive days, in a publication of the political subdivision that is distributed to all residents in the political subdivision, or as part of the annual notice of proposed property taxes prepared under section 275.065. Chief of Police $139,318.40, Chief of Fire $138,777.60, Finance Director $138,777.60