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Plans are underway for the final two buildings in the Riverdale Station housing development next to the Riverdale Transit Station on Northdale Boulevard. The first two buildings of this community, Nova and Lyra, opened in late and early The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC released new recommendations advising that fully vaccinated people are not required to wear face coverings in most places.

The CDC advises those who have not been fully vaccinated to continue to wear fa A new program has launched to help Minnesotans who are struggling to pay their rent and utility bills due to the pandemic. RentHelpMN will funnel hundreds of millions of dollars in emergency federal aid to those who need it the most. The Coon Rapids utilities department began their springtime flushing of fire hydrants in the city this week. If crews are working in your neighborhood, you may experience some water discoloration, but this does not affect the safety of the water.

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More Minnesotans than ever are having difficulty paying their heating and electricity bills amid the pandemic. With the passing of the recent federal stimulus, there is even greater support right now for those feeling the burden of energy expenses. Looking for fun activities this spring and summer? There are activities for all ages including new sports camps for kids, Art in the Park for seniors and Stand-up paddleboard classes at A new traffic light has been installed near the access points to Menards and Costco, on Northdale Boulevard near Main Street.

An estimated 16, vehicles travel along Northdale Boulevard each day making it a hot spot for congestion. The new traffic a New Fire Engine with Test Lights The Coon Rapids Fire Department is testing new technology and a new light bar system on top of its newest fire truck, deed to improve safety.

The entire technology system, named Core, was donated to the Coon Rapids Fire Phase 2 construction is underway along Sand Creek from Olive Street downstream to the railroad tracks. Expect up to 4 more weeks of construction, depending on weather.

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This phase was starte Residents in Coon Rapids answered the call to respond to the Census. The City Council is committed to a responsible budget that addresses needs while considering economic uncertainty related to the COVID pandemic. New medians are in place on Northdale Boulevard just north of Main Street in the Riverdale shopping area. A stoplight is also planned at the high-traffic inters Two new electric vehicle charging stations will put Coon Rapids on the map.

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To find your polling location and read other election information, visit the Elections on the City website. Coon Rapids Police will shine a light on domestic violence in our community by displaying purple lights outside the City Center campus during the month of October.

The police department building and city hall will light up in purple the symbolic color of The new and improved Riverwind Park in Coon Rapids is now award-winning! The Coon Rapids Farmers Market is on!

Vendors are open every Wednesday for shopping starting mid July to mid October. Find fresh vegetables, berries, flowers, honeys, jams, bre and more! July 15 - October 7, p. Coon Rapids Ice Center C Participants are reminded to practice safe distancing and good hand hygiene.

Registration is required. up NOW! Register online at coonrapidsmn.

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Since the tragic event in Minneapolis surrounding the death of George Floyd while in police custody on Monday, May 25, I have been thinking about how that tragedy is affecting our entire country. What is my opini Are you considering a home improvement project this summer?

The City has great loan programs available to residents. The City of Coon Rapids offers several loan programs to help homeowners with repairs, remodeling and down payment assistance. All of these Developers broke ground on a new unit apartment complex in the Port Evergreen area near 94th Avenue and Springbrook Drive Thursday, November 7, The complex, named Spring House Apartments, will be developed by St.

Paul-based Real Estate Equities When the time is right to gather again with friends and family in larger settings… the Coon Rapids Civic Center will be here waiting for you! Read on Check out the Spring Band Concert and the Bravo! A local teacher's connection to the recent Mars' mission, spectators for the 3M Open and more! Snowflake Days fun including disc golf, more students return to school, a new Hy-Vee store and more!

Elementary students transition back to the classroom, new businesses slated for the old JCPenney building and more!

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An extension of COVID restrictions, two council members say goodbye, holiday lights winners and more! Get to know the candidates running for Coon Rapids City Council. Some new improvements will greet visitors when they return to Bunker Beach this summer. Parking lot bingo is back at the Coon Rapids Soccer Complex. Coon Rapids resident Carol Castle is a mom on a quest. She's spent the past two years of her life trying to get a life-saving coin in the hands of every first responder in the country.

A trial program involving food grade Styrofoam has become permanent at the Coon Rapids Recycling Center.

The new Mercy Piper Breast Center is the first of its kind in the north metro. The man dubbed the 'Anoka Superfan' is recovering after suffering a heart attack earlier this month.

Jeff Nelson suffered a heart attack on March 12 that required minor surgery and a hospital stay. Boosters say Nelson has tirelessly suppo The response from the community was overwhelming. The food drive coincides with Minnesota's March FoodSha The business, located on the southwest corner of Egret and Coon Rapids Boulevard, held a soft opening on March A ribbon cutting took place March Property tax statements will soon begin arriving in mailboxes across the area.

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Anoka County says they will be mailed out starting the week of March Property taxes are used by local government entities to pay for things like ro and infrastructure to Staff are contacting people who had appointments scheduled between March 29 and April 2 to see about moving the Another big housing development in the city has plans to get even bigger. On Tuesday night, the City Council approved a term sheet which outlines the basic business terms for phase two of development at the Riverdale Station Apartments.

Sherman Associates The new Caribou Cabin is gearing up to open. Company officials say the business, which is located at the southwest corner of Egret and Coon Rapids Boulevard, will open March 23 with a grand opening and ribbon cutting on March Caribou opened i Plans are underway for another phase of development in Port Riverwalk. The third addition, which will include 15 lots, is the center portion of the site be Organizers met this week to discuss plans for this year's 4th of July Celebration. Last year's celebration had to be canceled due to the pandemic.

We are told there will likely be an event this year but it's not yet clear how ma Coon Rapids will r If you're looking for a summer job this year, Bunker Beach has plenty of openings. The water park was closed last summer due to the pandemic but plans to open its doors again in June. Bunker Beach is looking for life guards along with concession, City officials hope a new traffic al will make it safer for motorists traveling in the Riverdale area.

The light, which became operational this week, is located on Northdale Boulevard just north of Main Street at the McDonalds and Menards ex

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