Robbinsdale Deputy Registrars Office has opened its car tab express line. All other Deputy Registrar services are open by appointment-only. To make an appointment, click here.  Robbinsdale City Hall is open to the public, however residents are encouraged to utilize city services by phone, email and drop-off. Car tabs and title transfers can be dropped off in the drop-box for processing with either a check or money order.

At no cost, your home can be inspected by one of our Robbinsdale Police Department Officers to help you make your family and your property more secure against burglars and vandals. The first purpose of a Home Premises Survey is to identify features in your home or the daily routines of your family which might make your home an easy target for a burglar. The second purpose is to advise you what steps can be taken to eliminate or reduce those hazards.

What to Expect From an Inspection

The security survey begins at your front door, and includes an inspection of all other doors, windows, locks, lights, and landscaping. The police officer inspecting your home will compile a checklist of security weaknesses and hazards that require your attention. This list is then accompanied by recommendations you should employ to reduce the opportunity for crime. The inspection report and recommendations are left entirely with you, and all aspects of the inspection are kept confidential.

The survey is non-invasive and is based on crime prevention though environmental design. 

Categories include:

  • Neighborhood Security
  • Home Exterior
  • Garage and Garage Doors
  • Doors and Door Frames
  • Door Locks
  • Windows
  • Security Alarms/Cameras
  • Other Miscellaneous Items 

Once the survey is complete the Police Officer will mail their survey findings report to you.