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Yard Waste Site Closes Nov. 30
November 27, 2020
Last call to get rid of those leaves, brush and other yard waste for free at the Maple Grove Yardwaste Site – it closes for the year after Nov. 30.
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City of New Hope Holiday Lights Map
November 25, 2020
Have you taken up light display creation as your new pandemic hobby? Have a display that makes your neighbors “ooh” and “ahh”? Sign up to have your address included on New Hope’s 2020 Holiday Lights Map.
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New Hope Cuts Fees to Help Local Businesses
November 25, 2020
At the Monday, Nov. 23 New Hope City Council meeting, council voted unanimously in favor of two resolutions to help the businesses most directly impacted by COVID-19 restrictions and shutdowns.
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Stay Safe, Minnesota
November 20, 2020
On Wednesday, Governor Walz announced Emergency Executive Order 20-99, implementing the following dial-back measures to help slow the community spread of COVID-19.
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Hennepin County Offering New Relief for Bars, Restaurants and More
November 20, 2020
Starting Monday, November 23, business can apply for new grant funding to mitigate the economic impacts of COVID-19.
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New Hope Streets on Road to Improvement
November 19, 2020
New Hope’s 10-year pavement management plan addresses the city’s street pavement needs. Each year, New Hope Public Works staff and the city engineer rate approximately one half of all New Hope streets.
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2020 City Services Survey Results
November 17, 2020
The 2020 City Services Survey was conducted July 5 to Sept. 18, and more than 800 responses were received – the most feedback in more than four years. The top rated city services include police, snowplowing, water supply and sanitary sewer.
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Holiday Food, Coat and Toy Drives
November 12, 2020
New Hope city employees are sponsoring food,toy and coat drives to help local familes in need this holiday season.
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Carlson and Opat Recognized for Service to City
November 10, 2020
The New Hope City Council recognized and thanked Representative Lyndon Carlson, Sr. and Commissioner Mike Opat for their service to the Minnesota House of Representatives and Hennepin County, respectively, and contributions to the betterment of the community.
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Self-Guided City Project Tour
November 5, 2020
Each year, New Hope City Council, Commissioners, legislators and staff take a tour of the city’s development and redevelopment projects. This year looked a bit different due to COVID-19, with a virtual tour map and booklet created for self-guided tours.
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Rental Property Support Funding Now Available
November 5, 2020
Funding available for tenants and landlords to cover costs of unpaid rent due to COVID-19.
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New Hope Unofficial Election Results
November 4, 2020
Unofficial local results for the 2020 election are in. Results remain unofficial until signed by the Canvassing Board on Nov. 13.
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Online Inspection Scheduling Now Available!
November 4, 2020
The city of New Hope now offers eScheduling for most inspection types, via the ePermits Portal.
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2020 In Focus Photo Contest: Voting Now Open!
November 1, 2020
Online voting for the 2020 In Focus Photo Contest’s People’s Choice Award runs now through Nov. 30.
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New Ruling Changes Ballot Due Date
October 30, 2020
A federal appeals court ruled on Thursday evening that ballots received after 8 p.m. on Election Day (Tuesday, Nov. 3) must be set aside and could face legal challenges that would result in them not being counted.
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Turn Your Pumpkins into Compost
October 29, 2020
After the clock strikes midnight on Halloween, what does your pumpkin turn into? How about turning it into valuable compost?
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New Hope Appoints New Police Chief
October 29, 2020
The city of New Hope is pleased announce that Tim Hoyt been appointed as the city’s next police chief, succeeding Chief Tim Fournier, contingent upon a successful background check.
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