While not a boom town, St. Francis has seen its share of growth over the years. An even mix of urban style residential lots and large acreage hobby farms has provided the city with a number of quality housing developments.
The St. Francis area has a variety of recreational opportunities. The Rum River provides an exceptional setting for the canoeing and fishing enthusiasts. Located within the heart of St. Francis, the Rum River North Park provides easy access to the river.
Learn more about the City of St. Francis:
Metropolitan Council Profile / Demographics for City of St. Francis
Learn more about Independent School District #15:
ISD #15 A Great Place to Learn & Grow
Articles from Anoka County Union written by June Anderson on the History of St. Francis:
| City Announcements
The City of St. Francishas implemented a policy to assist the snow plow drivers in finding the edge of the pavement. Wooden laths are available to interested residents at City Hall before the first snow plow event. This lath should be used to mark the edge of the pavement. Pay special attention when staking corners as they are difficult for the snow plow drivers to judge. (Special note: For safety reasons, use only wooden lath to mark the edge of the pavement, and then only drive them into the ground about 6 inches because of utility lines. The lath will break off after a couple of plowing operations, but will have served their purpose by helping to establish the curb line. Please do not use metal fence posts. They will be removed by Public Works personnel due to the safety concerns that they represent.)
Attention Local Building Contractors:
Interested in seven hours of Residential Contractor Continuing Education credits? Click here for more information
Dog Licenses Can Be Purchased at the Police Department: (4058 St Francis Blvd.)
Remember to obtain a dog license you will need to bring in proof of rabies vaccination. All dogs older than 6 months of age must have a dog license.
Bridge Street Roundabout Open House Documentation:
In case you were unable to attend the first two open houses on the proposed roundabouts along Bridge Street, below
is the presentation along with documents that were provided. For the most up to date information click here
The St. Francis Police Department has launched its new “Crime Tip Line” 1-763-267-6199
This new innovative program will allow citizens the ability to call in tips about ongoing or suspicious criminal activity
within our city. It is not uncommon for citizens to be hesitant about reporting possible criminal activity out of fear of
This new program will allow callers to remain anonymous and leave messages without ever giving out
their name on a recorded line. he “Crime Tip Line” will be checked on a regular basis for the Police Department to