The Robbinsdale Deputy Registrar's Office will close at 4:00 p.m. daily as we transition to MNLARS, the new statewide motor vehicle system.
Robbinsdale, Minnesota is a city of about 14,000 people located next to the northwest corner of Minneapolis. (13,953 at the 2010 census) The City is over 100 years old and has maintained its small town feel - part of our
The city is governed by the Robbinsdale
City Council made up of a Mayor and 4 Council Members. Each Council Member represents a specific area ("Ward") of the city. The City Council formulates the city policy. The City Manager is responsible for city administration.
Robbinsdale is in
State Senatorial District 45 - Senator Ann Rest; State Representative District 45B - Representative Mike Freiberg; 5th US Congressional District- Representative Keith Ellison; and is represented by Hennepin County Commissioner Mike Opat.
Watch the video below to learn more about Holiday Specials at Robbinsdale Wine & Spirits.
Yard Waste Collection has been extended until the week of Thanksgiving, unless it snows. Yard Waste would be picked up on the same day as your regularly scheduled trash day. For more information on Yard Waste, go to www.robbinsdalemn.com/yardwaste.
SunPost story is not correct..”Big box stores like Walgreens and hyvee will not be regulated”
Not true! All vendors in Robbinsdale would have to comply with regulations that are ultimately adopted.
It was theorized that they might not agree to a voluntary display suggestion from small independent convenience stores (to keep flavors out of view shoppers/and therefore curious youth). Ultimately regulation moved forward for 2nd consideration would ban flavored tobacco/ecig/vaping liquid other than for those who don’t allow those under 18 to enter and are 90% this type of product. So would not be sold at city municipal liquor store. Ban on flavors and minimum cigar pricing would also apply to Walgreens and hyvee. The city council will have a second reading (deciding whether or not to move forward with proposed reunions) on December 5th. Actual date that changes would take effect has not been decided.