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Robbinsdale City Hall and Deputy Registrars Office are closed to the public. We are here during normal hours for phone, email and drop-off business. For City Information, please call Robbinsdale City Hall at 763-537-4534. To learn more about the impact COVID-19 is having on City Hall services, click the previous link or go to www.robbinsdalemn.com/infoDue to Governor Walz's Stay-at-Home order, Robbinsdale Deputy Registrars office will be closed through at least April 12th.

Car Tabs can be dropped off in the drop-box for processing. We can only accept checks or money orders. No cash. 

The Robbinsdale Community Gyms and Fitness Center are closed through at least May 4th. Recreation programs are cancelled through at least April 30th. Call 763-531-1276 to hear Recreation programming updates.

Code Enforcement

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*For questions about Code Enforcement during the COVID-19 Pandemic, call the main information line 763-537-4534.* 

The City of Robbinsdale is working towards being proactive on Code Enforcement violations, however you are encouraged to call the city with property complaints. Often times rubbish, discarded furniture or poor property maintenance can become a neighborhood nuisance. These types of complaints should be called into the code enforcement staff. 

After field verification, the offender will receive a Notice of Violation with an expected due date.  If the violation is not remedied, follow up measures including fines and clean-up costs may be assessed to the property. 

Typical complaints include:

  • Poor property maintenance
    •  Peeling paint, broken windows or debris around property
  • Junk cars
  • Parking on unapproved surfaces & grass
  • Not cleaning up after pets
  • Furniture & debris left with no solid waste stickers

LONG GRASS & ALLEY VEGETATION:

During the Spring/Summer months code enforcement is busy with complaints regarding long grass, overgrown weeds and alley vegetation. Grass cannot exceed more than 8 inches long & noxious weeds must be removed. If the grass is over 8 inches long, code enforcement will tag the property with the date of offence. The owner will have 7 days to comply with cutting grass, pulling weeds or maintaining alley vegetation. If this is not addressed within the window of time, the city will remedy the situation and labor and fees will be charged to your utility bill.

Click here to learn more about Alley Vegetation standards. 

Please see the Utility Billing page of the website for Solid Waste sticker information.

Nuisance code violations are listed in several different city code sections.

Contact Us to make a complaint.