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Upcoming Events

  • October 26, 2017 6:30 pmCitizen Engagement Meeting on the Comprehensive Plan
  • October 28, 2017 10:00 amNational Prescription Drug "TAKE BACK DAY"
  • October 31, 2017 3:00 pmSt. Francis Business to Business Trick or Treat
  • November 6, 2017 6:00 pmCity Council Meeting
  • November 9, 2017 6:00 pmDollars Into Sense Class
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Current News

Project Bookshelf at Anoka County Library

This holiday season give the gift of reading by donating new children’s books for Project Bookshelf, Anoka County Library’s holiday book drive. The donated books are distributed to children and families through Anoka County food shelves, including ACBC, CEAP, Centennial Community Food Shelf, NACE and SACA.

Award-Winning Author to Appear at Anoka County Library

Rum River Library, Anoka, MN

Three-time Minnesota Book Award winner David Housewright will speak at the Rum River Library, 4201 6th Ave. W. Anoka, MN, on Wednesday, October 25th at 7:00p.m.

Upper Rum River Watershed Management Organization

Local Plan for Lakes, Waterways Near Completion

A new local plan for the Rum River, Lake George and other local waterways is in its final stages.  The plan focuses on water quality, but also addresses stormwater management, flood prevention and other topics.  Once approved by the State, this management plan outlines projects that will be led by the Upper Rum River Watershed Management Organization (URRWMO) over the next 10 years.

Early Literacy Experiences at Anoka County Library

Each week, Anoka County Library (ACL) conducts 30 storytimes across the system’s eight branches. These storytimes are not simply a librarian reading a few books to preschoolers, but rather an intentional early literacy and school readiness experience. The fall season for storytimes at ACL runs through Saturday, November 18th.

Anoka County Launches Multicultural Program Series

Anoka County Library (ACL) is pleased to announce its latest multicultural program series: The Minnesota Tapestry Series.

Included are three programs highlighting immigration histories of various groups:

  1. Documenting Hmong and Lao Refugee Resettlement – September 16, 2:00p.m. at Rum River Library in Anoka, MN.
  2. The History of Norwegian Immigration in Minnesota – September 30, 2:00p.m. at Northtown Library in Blaine, MN.
  3. The History of Latin America Immigration in Minnesota – October 21, 2:00p.m. at Rum River Library, in Anoka, MN.

Anoka County Recycling Survey

Tell Us How to Improve Recycling

We want to hear from Anoka County residents and businesses about their recycling practices and where the county should focus waste and recycling efforts in the future. Take one or both of our online surveys.

If you live in Anoka County take our Residential Survey

If you have a business in Anoka County take our Business Survey

Comprehensive Plan

Community Survey

Over the past year, the City of St Francis has been working on conceptual planning for the heart of the community, including the Highway 47 and Bridge Street corridors. As that planning work wraps up, the City is beginning work on an update to the overall Comprehensive Plan for St. Francis, covering all of the City, within the City limits. This document will guide the ongoing development and management of the City from now through 2040. We welcome everyone to take the survey at the link below, to share their thoughts about the current operations of St. Francis and how we should grow as a community over the next 25 years.

Join the Police Department on Nextdoor!

Our neighborhood is using a private online network called Nextdoor. Join us!

Nextdoor is the free and private social network just for St. Francis Police Department neighbors.  On Nextdoor, neighbors share crime and safety concerns, local events, recommendations, items for sale/free, ideas about how to make our neighborhood better, and more.

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Dog Regulations

If you encounter a dog that leaves its property and acts aggressively towards you or another, please report the incident to the police department.  Provide as many details as possible including the area where the incident occurred, description of the dog and address or description of the residence where the dog came from.  If a dog is contained, please call Anoka County Non-emergency Dispatch at 763-427-1212 and arrangements will be made to have the dog picked up by an animal control officer.

REMINDER:  St Francis City Ordinance 8-3-1 B states that it is unlawful for the owner of any dog to permit such animal to run at large.  The dog must be kept under restraint on a leash not exceeding 6 feet in length or at heel beside a person of suitable age and discretion if off the property of the owner.  A violation of this ordinance is a misdemeanor offense. 

New Neighborhood Watch Program

Enroll to be a block captain today!

When neighbors work together with the St. Francis Police Department, it creates the best crime fighting team around. The SFPD cannot have an officer on every corner, so involvement from residents is essential in preventing crime.  Be a good neighbor and make our community safer from criminals by participating in Neighborhood Watch.  The St. Francis Police Department believes in a strong police and community partnership and will be helping with the start-up of a neighborhood watch program in the city.

2016 Economic Development Plan

The Economic Development Plan was created for the purpose of providing consistent information to contractors and developers about development opportunities within the city.  This is to be a guide for interested individuals regarding St. Francis’s local demographics, labor and industry profile.  Within the report you will find information that outlines the workforce and employment opportunities within the city.  This tool is available for those looking to create or expand employment opportunities within the City of St. Francis.

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The Saint Francis Police Department is looking for Reserve Officers.

Follow the link for more details on our Police Reserve Unit; stfrancismn.org/police/reserve-unit/

Our reserve unit assists officers with a wide variety of tasks and assignments. It is an excellent opportunity for students pursuing a career in law enforcement and is a rewarding way for any citizen to volunteer and serve for their community and interact in a law enforcement environment.
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If you are interested in applying for a position as a Police Reserve Officer, please go to our city website, which is also linked on our 'About' section of this page. In the top banner, select 'I want to...', 'Apply for a...', 'Job Opportunity.'

Complete an 'Employment Application' and either drop it off at or mail it to the Saint Francis Police Department.
Reserve Officers must meet the minimum qualifications and requirements listed on our city's website.
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The Saint Francis Police Department is looking for Reserve Officers. Follow the link for more details on our Police Reserve Unit; stfrancismn.org/police/reserve-unit/ Our reserve unit assists officers with a wide variety of tasks and assignments. It is an excellent opportunity for students pursuing a career in law enforcement and is a rewarding way for any citizen to volunteer and serve for their community and interact in a law enforcement environment. If you are interested in applying for a position as a Police Reserve Officer, please go to our city website, which is also linked on our 'About' section of this page. In the top banner, select 'I want to...', 'Apply for a...', 'Job Opportunity.' Complete an 'Employment Application' and either drop it off at or mail it to the Saint Francis Police Department. Reserve Officers must meet the minimum qualifications and requirements listed on our city's website.

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City Hall

Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Monday - Thursday (Closed Fridays)
Phone: 763-753-2630
Fax: 763-753-9881
23340 Cree Street NW
St. Francis, MN 55070

Public Works

Hours: 6:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday
Phone: 763-233-5200
Fax: 763-233-5205
4058 St. Francis Blvd. NW
St. Francis, MN 55070

Police Department

Hours: 6:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Monday - Friday
Phone: 763-753-1264
Non-Emergency: 763-427-1212
Fax: 763-235-2319
4058 St. Francis Blvd. NW
St. Francis, MN 55070

Fire Department

Non-Emergency: 763-753-2334
3740 Bridge Street NW
St. Francis, MN 55070