The 2018 High School Boys Hockey Section Games are being played at the Champlin Ice Forum. Admission is $8 for adults/seniors and $6 for students 18 under. Everyone is charged for admission into the game. Thursday, February 22nd at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. - Section 5AA Quarter Final Games. Centennial - seeded (1) vs Coon [...]
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The City has contracted with Hennepin County STS to begin the Buckthorn/Dead Tree cleanup at Andrews Park on Monday, February 12, 2018. They will be working over the next two weeks. If you have any questions about this work contact the Parks Department at firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration is now open for the Champlin Police Department Police Citizen’s Academy. Meetings are held on Thursdays, March 8th thru April 26th from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. This is a free eight week course designed to strengthen relations between the police and community. This course allows participants firsthand experience about what it is [...]
The City Council has authorized preparation of plans and specifications for the street reconstruction of Charest Woodlawn area which includes: Gettysburg Avenue – 109th Avenue to Independence Avenue Hillsboro Avenue – 109th Avenue to Gettysburg Avenue Independence Avenue – 109th Avenue to Woodlawn Park Field survey work was initiated the week of December 18th. The [...]
The current draw-down of the Mill Pond will be in place until the spring of 2019. The draw-down is being conducted to facilitate the reconstruction of TH 169 and the Mill Pond Shoreline and Aquatic Habitat Restoration projects. The Mill Pond draw-down has been approved by the DNR by permit. The Champlin Mill Pond [...]
The Cities of Brooklyn Park and Champlin are working on the future reconstruction of 109th Avenue between Jefferson Highway and Winnetka Avenue. The reconstruction is not scheduled until sometime after 2020, however, concept plans need to be prepared within the next year to help guide decisions both cities need to make concerning area traffic [...]
The City of Champlin provides drinking water to its residents from a ground water source: seven wells that draw water from the Tunnel City – Mt. Simon, Tunnel City – Wonewoc, and Mt. Simon aquifers The City is issuing the results of monitoring done on its drinking water for the period January 1 to December [...]