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 to Governor Walz's Stay-at-Home order, Robbinsdale Deputy Registrars office will be closed 3/27 through at least 4/10. 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.

Save energy


Stay in the dark
Turn off your lights when you leave the room—even if you'll only be gone for a moment. Contemporary light bulbs require very little energy to turn "on."

Be fan-friendly
Install ceiling fans to keep cool air circulating so you can turn down your air conditioner. Still, make sure to turn off your fan when you leave the room.

Insulate water heater
Just like you, your water heater loves to snuggle up in a warm blanket during the winter months. So be a friend and keep your heater happy and your home warm.

Invest in efficiency
Energy efficient appliances and light bulbs may cost a bit more up front, but they can save big money over the life of the product. Plus, some energy efficient equipment may be eligible for rebates to offset the initial cost.

Open blinds
No matter how cold it gets out there, the polar vortex is no match for the power of sunlight. Keep your blinds open during sunning hours to optimize your heat-to-happiness ratio.


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