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Posted on: January 12, 2022

Keep it up, Minnesota!

Keep it up MN

The following safe practices are recommended during COVID-19:

  • Washing your hands
  • Getting tested when sick
  • Staying six feet away from others
  • Wearing a mask
  • Staying home when able
  • Working from home when able
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Posted on: January 11, 2022

Now hiring: Police Officer

We are hiring

Our officers tell us that our supportive culture, high standards and strong relationships are the reasons why they choose to serve within the City of St. Anthony (SAV). These established values extend across all of SAV’s departments as we work collectivel...

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Posted on: January 7, 2022

Ice Rinks open for the season!

people skating on hockey rink

St. Anthony has three parks with both pleasure and hockey rinks:

  • Central Park, 3503 Silver Lake Rd
  • Emerald Park, 3925 Macalaster Dr.
  • Silver Point Park, 3010-29th Ave.
  • Skating rinks will be open this winter season, weather permitting provided State mandates do...
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Additional Info... What's Happening
Posted on: January 7, 2022

Parks and Environmental Commission Opportunity

st. anthony logo

Do you have an interest in serving your community? 
The Parks and Environmental Commission has one seat available as of January 2022. This paid-per-meeting governing body makes recommendations to the City Council regarding policies, practices, and...
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Posted on: January 7, 2022

NineNorth contracts with City for financial services

City collaborations

In the late summer of 2021, our Finance Department added an additional service to its portfolio by agreeing to manage the accounting and financial processes for local government and media channel NineNorth. As its name indicates, their programming covers ...

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What's Happening
Posted on: January 6, 2022

Proper disposal of holiday trees and greenery

recycle holiday lights newsflash

With the continued threat of the Elongate Hemlock Scale (invasive tree insect), the Minnesota Department of Agriculture advises to not leave evergreen holiday trees in your yard all winter. Please use one of the following disposal options:

  1. Bring your tree ...
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