News By Category: Hennepin County

Hennepin County announced the allocation of $10 million towards a new round of emergency relief funding for small businesses impacted by COVID-19. Eligible businesses can apply for grants of up to $15,000 to support emergency relief and costs associated with reopening under new public health guidelines. Read More

To better distinguish travel lanes from bike lanes, Hennepin County is testing the use of “mumble strips” on Glenwood Ave between Theodore Wirth Pkwy and Xerxes Ave. While mumble strips are quieter than the rumble strips on highways, they still provide drivers with an audible, tactile warning when leaving the travel lane. Read More

Eligible Hennepin County residents are encouraged to apply for emergency rental assistance from the County due to COVID-19. Read More

Hennepin County is offering virtual fix-it clinics get help residents with their broken items and help them learn valuable repair skills. Read More

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

Hennepin County Emergency Management’s monthly siren test will not take place tomorrow, June 3 at 1 pm due to the civil unrest emergency in Minneapolis and St Paul. Read More

The deadline to apply for Hennepin County’s Self-Employed Entrepreneur Fund is Fri, May 29 at noon. Read More

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