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Provided below is news and information from the City of Shakopee. Public notices and proposed ordinances are available elsewhere on the city website.

Watch your mailbox for city newsletter, Parks and Recreation brochure

Post Date:11/18/2019 2:15 pm

The Winter 2020 Hometown Messenger will be arriving in Shakopee homes this week with news and information about city happenings.

Election changes ahead for 2020

Voters should be prepared for several changes at the polls next year, including a new presidential primary process and in-person early voting at city hall. Read more about these election changes and how they affect you.

Shakopee Cultural Corridor to celebrate area's history

New cultural trail could connect the Minnesota River, city parks and The Landing for a unique historical experience. Find out how the Shakopee Cultural Corridor meets the city's overall vision.

Plowing priority: Where does the city plow first?

Public Works breaks down how it prioritizes streets, trails, parking lots and more when it comes to what to plow first.

A well-earned send off

Police Capt. Robson retires after 28 years with Shakopee Police Department. Read about his time on the department and what he'll miss most.

Sign up for winter and spring programs with Parks and Recreation

The Hometown Messenger is delivered three times a year with the Parks and Recreation Activities Brochure. Program registration opens Tuesday, Nov. 26 at www.ShakopeeMN.gov/registration.

 

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