Construction Update Northbound T.H. 169 traffic will be shifted into a single lane of traffic on the southbound side of the highway beginning Friday morning and through the weekend between East Hayden Lake Road (Hennepin County Road 121) and Dayton Road, just south of the Mississippi River in Champlin.  At the same time, southbound T.H. 169 will [...]

T. H.169 IMPROVEMENTS 2017-11-17T09:35:44+00:00

2017 Resident Survey

The Champlin City Council has contracted with Morris Leatherman Company to conduct a telephone survey in November. The survey will include 400 randomly sampled residents and if you are contacted you are encouraged to participate. The City uses this information in determining future policies and priorities. It should be noted that the survey will include [...]

2017 Resident Survey 2017-11-09T14:17:17+00:00


Ask someone to describe Champlin and you might hear a version of the same message: it's a special place with a neighborly feeling that cannot be duplicated.  We are proud of our parks, our schools, our history and where we're heading in the future.  We enjoy our location on the Mississippi River and thoroughly appreciate [...]

#LIVChamplin    2017-10-13T14:34:19+00:00

Elm Creek – Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) Update

FEMA has issues a Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) related to properties impacted by the Elm Creek Dam Project construction project. The LOMR effective date is February 16, 2018. The LOMR can be down loaded HERE Prior to the Elm Creek Dam construction, the City conducted a Flood Study on the Elm Creek, which determined the [...]

Elm Creek – Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) Update 2017-10-23T08:59:36+00:00

Charest Woodlawn – Street Improvement Project

View the Charest Woodlawn Street Improvement Project Power Point presentation from the 10/23/17 City Council Meeting - CLICK HERE Questions regarding the feasibility study can be directed to Tim Hanson, City Engineer at or 763-923-7105.

Charest Woodlawn – Street Improvement Project 2017-10-24T12:35:37+00:00

Mill Pond Drawdown

The drawdown of the Mill Pond occurred on September 13, 2017. The drawdown will be in place until the spring of 2019. The drawdown is being conducted to facilitate the reconstruction of TH 169 and the Mill Pond Shoreline and Aquatic Habitat Restoration projects. The Mill Pond drawdown has been approved by the DNR by [...]

Mill Pond Drawdown 2017-09-13T11:12:52+00:00

109th Avenue Reconstruction

109th Avenue Reconstruction between Jefferson Highway and Winnetka Avenue 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 [...]

109th Avenue Reconstruction 2017-01-20T09:51:28+00:00

Metropolitan Council Sewer Improvement Project

Metropolitan Council Environmental Services proposed Sanitary Sewer Interceptor Improvements Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (MCES) operates the sanitary sewer interceptor through Champlin which conveys sewage from the Cities of Anoka, Dayton, and Champlin south east to the Pigs-Eye Waste Water Treatment Facility. The sewer interceptor (CAB Interceptor) extends through Champlin along a route that includes street [...]

Metropolitan Council Sewer Improvement Project 2017-07-06T12:54:29+00:00