Christmas Light Recycling Drop Off 
Residents can drop off old and unwanted Christmas lights  for recycling by Greenlights Recycling.  Used strands of lights can be dropped off in the front door vestibule at City Hall.
Please have the lights in a bag.

Thank you for recycling your used or unwanted lights.

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Seasonal Road Restrictions

Load limit road restrictions will be effective 12:01 AM on March 4, 2021.

All roads not posted are limited to

3 Tons.

All others roads have been posted.


Available Resources 

Click here for a listing of resources available to Spring Lake Park residents and others in need during the pandemic. Resources include groceries, food shelf, meal delivery and other delivery services.


There are a number of resources available to keep your business running in the COVID-19 era.  Click here for a list of business assistance programs.


Advisory Commission Openings - Apply for openings on the Parks and Recreation Commission.  

Click here to learn more.


​​Emergency Declaration - COVID-19

Click here to see Mayor Nelson's emergency proclamation.


Tree Branch Drop-off Suspended

Tree branch and leave drop-off at City Hall has been suspended indefinitely due to lack of staffing caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.  You can drop these items off at the Anoka County Compost Site in Coon Rapids.




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City Council Meeting

Monday, May 17, 2021 - 7:00 PM

Spring Lake Park City Hall


City Offices will be closed on Monday, May 31, 2021 in observation of the Memorial Day holiday. 


City Council Meeting

Monday, June 7, 2021 - 7:00 PM

Spring Lake Park City Hall











Spring Lake Park City Hall

is now open to the public.


A face mask is required when 

entering the building.






Spring Lake Park is an established residential community of small town charm and friendly folks, located ten miles north of Minneapolis in the counties of Anoka and Ramsey, with a variety of commercial and industrial development.


The City of Spring Lake Park consists of approximately 2.1 square miles with six community parks offering many types of recreational activities, access to neighboring communities and the metro area by major highways.


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Council Activity

 

Council Agenda: 5/3/2021

Council Minutes: 4/5/2021

Council Packet: 5/3/2021


Council Agendas and Packets are available on-line by 4:30 PM Friday prior to Council Meeting date.


Council Minutes posted, are most current approved by City Council.


Public Notices are available by clicking here.