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Just in time for Severe Weather Awareness week, the spring newsletter was mailed out to all New Brighton residents. In it, you can read about how to prepare for a weather-related emergency. There is also information about: The benefits of even-year elections What you need to know about REAL ID and how you can get one […]
In November, important city and school district issues in New Brighton inspired nearly 4,800 residents to turn out and vote. This was the highest vote total this century for a local election in New Brighton in an odd-numbered year and a 64 percent increase in off-year turnout compared to 2015. Thank you to all who […]
The City of New Brighton is now recruiting interested individuals to fill vacant seats on the volunteer commissions and task force that examine issues of community concern and provide guidance to City Council. Community participation is a cornerstone to the City of New Brighton’s success. From attending neighborhood meetings and the annual Community Open House […]