Snow Emergency Hotline - 763-531-1275. City Hall and Deputy Registrars Office will be closed Monday, January 20, 2020 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Robbinsdale, Minnesota is a city of 14,000 people located next to the northwest corner of Minneapolis. (13,953 at the 2010 census) The City is over 100 years old and has maintained its small town feel - part of our
The city is governed by the Robbinsdale
City Council made up of a Mayor and 4 Council Members. Each Council Member represents a specific area ("Ward") of the city. The City Council formulates the city policy. The City Manager is responsible for city administration.
Robbinsdale is in
State Senatorial District 45 - Senator Ann Rest; State Representative District 45B - Representative Mike Freiberg; 5th U S Congressional District- Representative Ilhan Omar; and is represented by Hennepin County Commissioner Mike Opat.
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UPDATE: Snow Emergency is over. 159 Vehicles received citations
The City of Robbinsdale is declaring a SNOW EMERGENCY effective at 10:00 p.m. tonight and continuing throughout the day on Saturday. Under city code parking is prohibited on public streets, highways and alleys in the city and on property owned or leased by the city after a snowfall of at least 2 inches or when a snow emergency has been announced. Once a snow emergency is in effect there is no parking on city streets until they have been plowed curb to curb. Violators are subject to citation and vehicle impound. For updates call the Snow Emergency hotline: 763-531-1275.
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Come help support local service members & families by attending the Quad Communities Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Bowling Fundraiser. The bowling fun begins at 11:00am this Sunday at New Hope Bowl. Lunch and bowling performance prizes to follow at the Crystal VFW Post #494.
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A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for the Twin Cities area for Friday afternoon into Saturday. With the amount of snow being predicted for the area, it is probable a Snow Emergency will be declared. You can call the Snow Emergency Hotline at 763-531-1275 to find out the status of a Snow Emergency. The City may call a Snow Emergency when snow reaches a depth of 2 inches. Once a Snow Emergency has been called, there is no parking on the streets until they have been plowed from curb-to-curb.