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We are closed November 25 & 26 for Thanksgiving.
5:30 - 6:30 pm
Everyone is welcome! We are taking extra care with this event in order to maximize safety.
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Our Anime Club is a chance to meet others to discuss old favorites or discover something new! Our meetings will have a variety of activities like: discussing recent Manga reads, playing games, learning more about the Japanese culture, and snacks! ...
Our schedule is changing starting Monday, October 5!
While we always appreciate your generosity, we are unable to accept book donations at this time due to Covid-19.
East Grand Forks has four warning sirens which are used to notify residents who are outdoors of a tornado warning or a possibly severe weather event.
When the sirens sound, it’s not safe to be outside. When you he...
To protect the health of patrons and staff, all returned library materials are quarantined for at least 72 hours before they are checked in.
If you have returned your library materials and they’re still showing on your account...
City Hall and other city offices will be closed on Thursday, November 26th and Friday, November 27th for the Thanksgiving Holiday. Residential refuse and recycling pickup will be delayed by one day starting Thursday, November 26th.
Please call Public Works with questions about residential refuse and recycling pickup at (218) 773-1313.
There is a temporary schedule change at the library this week. The library will be opening at 9am but will be closing at 5pm on Tuesday, November 24th. Please contact the library with any questions at (218) 773-9121.
There will be no evening bus service in East Grand Forks starting on Monday, November 23rd through Friday, December 18th. Evening bus services will resume on Saturday, December 19th. Dial-a-ride services will continue as scheduled.
Please call Cities Area Transit with questions at (701) 746-2600.
The City Council will be holding the Truth and Taxation Hearing on Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at 6:00pm as a part of the Council Meeting. The Council may consider adopting the final levy and budget for 2021 at this meeting.
If a continuance is needed the meeting will be held on December 15, 2020 at 5:00pm. The public is encouraged to participate with this meeting by joining the Zoom meeting by using the following link:
Ideas and comments are being requested from East Grand Forks residents for the Land Use Plan. Visit the website and click on the Wikimap to add your input.
www.egfplan.org Please add your input on the map.
Medicare open enrollment is from October 15th until December 7th. Assistance is available from the Senior Center by calling (218) 773-0821 to schedule an appointment. All assistance will be done by phone only due to COVID.
This is a free service brought to you by the Senior Center and Area Agency on Aging.
In the last couple months there have been questions about why the storm sirens were being used. There is now a page on the city website to help answer these questions.
Please visit https://www.eastgrandforks.us/591/Storm-Siren-Information to see where the sirens are located, reasons why the sirens are used, and answers to frequently asked questions.
The purpose of the meeting is to discuss specific concerns of local businesses that have been affected by Governor Walz’s Executive Order 20-99.
This meeting will be conducted in the Training Room on the 1st floor in City Hall and through Zoom an...
If a continuance is needed the meeting will be held on December 15, 2020 at 5:00pm.
The public is encouraged to participate with this meeting by joining the Zoom meeting by using the following link:
The meetings will be held remotely pursuant to MN Statutes 13D.02, 13D.021 and 13D.04.
During this time the following will be happening:
On November 18th, 2020, the Water and Light Commissioners approved $4,354 in rebate spending for utility customers. A significant amount of spending was processed for residential heating and cooling purchases such as new air conditioning units, ...
The Water and Light Commissioners approved $2,325 total in residential rebate spending. Rebates included air conditioning tune ups, LED light purchases, heating and cooling upgrades, and installation of energy efficient windows and doors. &n...
East Grand Forks Water and Light Department, a member of MMUA, was awarded with other Minnesota municipal utility employees of the 2020 President’s Award. This is MMUA’s highest honor. Roberts made the selection based on empl...