Explore the Citizens Awareness Project and how it is a helpful learning opportunity for people who have committed a minor traffic offense.
Read about the historical mural, the dam, the trolley car, and more.
The Coon Rapids Civic Center’s unique indoor / outdoor facility allows you to host a truly memorable event.
Property Maintenance issues and learn about City regulations and citation policies.
The watershed district is a special unit of government charged with maintaining a 134-mile public ditch system to provide drainage while preventing flooding and water pollution.
Learn about the Police Citizens Academy offered by the Police Department each fall as an educational tool to show the public the role of modern law enforcement.
Learn about recreational fires and the standards and guidelines of fires.
The Coon Rapids Recycling Center is open to all residents of Anoka County. If you live outside Anoka County, contact your local city or county for services.
As a focal point for seniors (55 years and older), Senior Center staff and volunteers offer a variety of dynamic programs, educational classes, day trips, and social events throughout the year.