Access to City & Business Services during the Closure
The City of New Brighton remains open for business as it continues providing essential community services. We anticipate no interruption in the delivery of core services for public safety and public works, including law enforcement, firefighting, and emergency medical response, along with safe drinking water, sanitary sewer operation, and infrastructure maintenance. However, public access to our facilities will be temporarily suspended until further notice.
City employees in all municipal departments will continue working and remain available via telephone and email for resident assistance.
In response to the business closures due to COVID-19, the City of New Brighton will keep an updated list of resources that can assist local businesses through the closures and re-openings.
Ramsey County Job Board - For job seekers and employers.
If you have a police, fire, or medical emergency, call 9-1-1.
While the Public Safety Center walk-in counter is temporarily unavailable, please note the following service changes:
Services Not Available During Closure:
For information on utility billing, moving in or out, or how to pay a bill, please visit the Utility Billing webpage or call 651-638-2101.
All License Bureau services will resume Monday, May 18. Due to COVID-19 there are several new changes in the delivery of our services. We urge you to visit the License Bureau webpage before your next visit.
The Passport office will resume services Monday, May 4th with a new appointment scheduler! However, we are now an appointment only facility, no walk-ins. Please visit the Passport webpage for more information.
The Community Center Fitness Center is open for members only. Click here for more information.
The Eagles Nest will remain closed to the public until at least September 1, 2020. If you have scheduled a birthday party during this time, you will have the choice of either rescheduling your party for another date or receiving a refund. You will be hearing from an NBCC representative or you may contact Jen Dorn firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. Click here for more information.
Requests for Action can be registered via the City’s website by clicking here.
Staff will be available during regular business hours to answer your questions. Please call 651-638 2100 and we’d be happy to help.
The City of New Brighton has created a Community Resource Group. Call 651-638-2177 or fill out this form if you need assistance.
Visit the Ralph Reeder Food Shelf website for information on how to donate food/money or how you can access its services.
The Neighbors in Need Network connects healthy, willing and able community members with neighbors home bound or in isolation for any reason.