News By Category: Hennepin County

Hennepin County is offering emergency rental assistance due to COVID-19 and some Golden Valley renters may be eligible. Read More

Hennepin County will be repaving Glenwood Ave between Hwy 100 in Golden Valley and Thomas Ave in Minneapolis beginning May 25. Crews expect to have the project completed within the week, weather permitting. Read More

Minnesotans can now request absentee ballots for mail-in voting for the August 11 primary election. The Minnesota Secretary of State’s office is urging residents to use the vote by mail option in hopes of limiting the number of people voting in-person and lowering the risks of spreading COVID-19. Read More

Hennepin County is encouraging residents who have local ideas and solutions to improve mental well-being and housing stability during COVID-19 to apply for a mini grant of $250–$500. The deadline to apply is Wed, May 20 4 pm. Read More

Hennepin County will begin work on the Glenwood Ave (County Rd 40) mill and overlay project the week of Monday, May 18, weather permitting. The work will occur between Hwy 100 and Thomas Ave in Minneapolis. Flaggers will be in place to direct vehicles around the work zone. Read More

Hennepin County’s Step to it challenge begins tomorrow so residents are encouraged to sign up now. Read More

Hennepin County is looking for residents to participate in the Online Zero Waste Challenge and take an in-depth look at the goods they buy and the waste created in hopes of finding new opportunities to recycle and reduce waste. Read More

Hennepin County’s Small Business Relief Program is meant to help local small businesses affected by COVID-19 meet financial needs. Read More

Hennepin County is now offering curbside pick-up at a few select library locations around the County. Locations include Brooklyn Park, Maple Grove, Plymouth, Ridgedale, East Lake, Eden Prairie, Washburn, and Webber Park. Read More

To protect the health and safety of taxpayers and staff, Hennepin County has cancelled the Open Book meeting scheduled for Tuesday, April 28, 2020 at Golden Valley City Hall. Instead, residents can schedule phone or email discussions with assessors as well as file appeals online.
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