1. Mayor Dietz Proclaims Emergency Declaration

    On Friday, April 3, Mayor Dietz signed a proclamation declaring a local emergency pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, section 12.37. This declaration follows the State of Minnesota and Sherburne County’s... Read on...
  2. Elk River Declares Virtual Meetings Until Further Notice

    In the city’s ongoing attempts to practice social distancing for the safety of staff & the public during the COVID-19 pandemic, a declaration has been made to hold meetings virtually until further notice. We’ll start this process with the Monday, April 6 Read on...
  3. Congregating in Groups at City Parks

    With warming weather and limited options for activities, we’ve been encouraging people to utilize the many parks and trails throughout Elk River. That being said, ERPD patrol officers have witnessed several large... Read on...
  4. Spring Clean Up Day Event Cancelled

    Twice a year, the City of Elk River hosts a Clean Up Day event that routinely attracts 350+ residents looking to recycle or dispose of unwanted household items for free, or at a discounted rate. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic... Read on...
  5. ‘Ask the City’ - Submit COVID-19 Questions

    The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly impacted each and every one us in some way - jobs, school, business closures, cancelled events, etc. If you’ve got city-related COVID-19 questions... Read on...
  6. Explore Elk River Parks Safely During COVID-19 Pandemic

    While most of Elk River’s city facilities are currently closed to the public in response to COVID-19, our parks and outdoor open spaces remain open for public use as they are an essential resource for the health and wellness... Read on...
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  5. Thu, Apr 16

    Heritage Preservation Commission The Planning Commission's regular meeting for December has been rescheduled for December 17 due to t...
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