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120 Ave Area Street Improvements Project


PROJECT CONTACT INFORMATION: For project inquiries, please send an email to or call the project Hotline Number at 763-762-2864. Sign up for email updates by emailing with "120th Ave Area Street Improvements Project Updates" in the subject line. JULY 12, 2019 Curb and topsoil removals occurred this week in stage one of [...]

120 Ave Area Street Improvements Project2019-07-12T10:12:04-05:00

Elm Creek – Letter of Map Revision (LOMR)


The City of Champlin completed the Elm Creek Dam and the other flood reduction improvements which have remove approximately 60 acres of land area from the Elm Creek Floodplain. The approval of the Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) has initiated the final revision to the Flood Insurance Rate Map by FEMA. The LOMR is [...]

Elm Creek – Letter of Map Revision (LOMR)2019-03-25T14:52:01-05:00

Anoka-Hennepin ISD 11 – Election Day


Anoka-Hennepin ISD 11 has contracted with the Anoka County Elections Office to conduct their school district election to be held on November 7, 2017. Polling locations will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Champlin voters from Ward 1 and Ward 3 will be voting at Servant of Christ Lutheran Church (740 East Hayden [...]

Anoka-Hennepin ISD 11 – Election Day2017-10-04T13:33:36-05:00

Beyond the Yellow Ribbon


Beyond the Yellow Ribbon (BTYR)          On  Thursday, September 24, 2015, the Champlin BTYR Committee held a Proclamation Ceremony at Andrews Park recognizing the community achievement of becoming a BTYR City. Beyond the Yellow Ribbon is a comprehensive program that creates awareness for the purpose of connecting service members and their families with [...]

Beyond the Yellow Ribbon2017-08-30T08:53:57-05:00

2014-2015 Goals & Priorities


2014/2015 COUNCIL/STAFF GOALS AND PRIORITIES "From Vision to Implementation"  Each year, the City Council establishes goals and priorities as areas of focus/action for the next two years.  The goals and priorities established by staff/Council for 2014/2015 are broken down into four areas of emphasis as follows: Budget/Financial Management Economic Development/Redevelopment Transportation Provision of City [...]

2014-2015 Goals & Priorities2017-01-11T09:21:38-05:00

Rental Licensing Program


Rental Licensing Program The City of Champlin has a rental licensing and inspections program to ensure that rental property doesn’t become blight on neighborhoods. Poorly maintained or poorly managed rental property can be a disincentive for homeowners to reinvest in their properties.  Owning and operating rental housing is a business and the City requires owners [...]

Rental Licensing Program2019-04-04T15:29:00-05:00

Lost Animals


LOST ANIMALS If you are a Champlin resident, and you have lost a pet, the following information can assist you in finding your pet. Please call our non-emergency number at 952-258-5321 to report the animal missing so we are aware of it. Please call PUPS (see below for information on PUPS) at [...]

Lost Animals2017-01-11T09:21:40-05:00

Tree & Weed Inspections


Champlin Public Works Department Tree & Weed Inspections The City of Champlin provides the service of a certified tree inspector who will inspect all public and private places within the City for diseased trees. If the tree inspector finds that a tree is diseased, he/she will notify the property owner by mail that the [...]

Tree & Weed Inspections2017-02-27T09:05:35-05:00

City Parks & Trails


Parkland in the City of Champlin Champlin currently has approximately 300 acres of City owned park land at 32 locations. It is also important to note there is currently approximately 800 acres of the Elm Creek Park Reserve located within the City of Champlin boundaries. This area is owned and [...]

City Parks & Trails2019-03-18T08:08:36-05:00

Public Service Agencies


Hennepin County Human Services offers an extensive listing of help and support for Hennepin County residents, from food assistance to mental health assessments. The Home Free Community Program  ensures a community-wide response to domestic assault through coordination of law enforcement, criminal justice, and social service systems. Using a domestic assault intervention project model [...]

Public Service Agencies2019-07-01T10:32:08-05:00