The City of St. Anthony desires to hear from our community. The City values input from residents and understands that it isn't always convenient or feasible to attend public meetings to provide your input.
How to use
Residents can create an account at https://polco.us/stanthony The service is free to all residents.
Register your account to get notifications when the city posts a new survey.
Your data and responses remain private. Individual data that’s collected by Polco will not be shared. Participant’s individual input and comments are anonymous.
The City of St. Anthony conducted a community wide livability survey in the Fall of 2022, to ensure that we are building the community our residents want and providing a high level of service.
The survey focuses on following ten key facets of community livability: Economy, Mobility, Community Design, Utilities, Safety, Natural Environment, Parks and Recreation, Health and Wellness, Education, Arts and Culture, Inclusivity & Engagement.
The summer of 2022, the city conducted a communications survey, asking residents for feedback about our current communications tools to ensure they are meeting our residents’ needs. This survey asks a series of questions regarding current communication tools, including Village Notes, social media, and the city website.
City council meetings or public hearings
Attend a council meeting to speak under community forum or another agenda item. Agenda packets are posted online the Thursday before a meeting.
Public hearings are held on a variety of topics such as planning requests, street projects, certain ordinance amendments, etc. Depending on the public hearing, residents who live in the area may receive a mailed notice with the hearing information. All public hearings are published online and in our Official City Newspaper, The Star Tribune.
Contact City Council
The City Council members welcome your comments and suggestions. View City Council contact information.
The city has two commissions that advise the city council.
The Parks and Environmental Commission makes recommendations to the City Council regarding policies, practices, and proposals that relate to the sustainable use and management of environmental resources, including air, water, energy, land, ecological resources, and waste.
The Planning Commission makes recommendations to the City Council on planning issues, such as variances, conditional use requests, zoning issues, and city code amendments.
Learn more about our Commissions.