803 Old Highway 8 NW
New Brighton ,
MN
55112

Monday - Friday
8:00am - 4:30pm
Assistant City Manager
Devin Massopust

About

Welcome to the City of New Brighton: the city that works for you! New Brighton is a community of 22,351 people. It is ideally located equidistant from the downtowns of Minneapolis and St. Paul, a 30 minute ride from the Twin Cities International Airport.

Vision

To be the Preferred Place to Live, Work, and Play

Values

  • Respect for Residents, Business, and Visitors
  • Effective Communication with Residents of New Brighton
  • Promote a Healthy Business Climate
  • Understand Our Past as We Invest in the Future
  • Recognize the Importance of Working with Neighboring Communities
  • Provide for the Safety and Security of the Community
  • Accountability & Integrity in Service Delivery

Mission

By working in partnership with our citizens, we are committed to guaranteeing that their investment in New Brighton will be protected and will be returned to them in financial and social dividends.

Goals

Assuring clean, well-kept living environment

  • Appreciating property values full range of well-maintained housing options
  • Utilities that meet all applicable public health standards
  • Aesthetically pleasing surroundings
  • Respect for the natural environment
  • Attractive and well maintained streets and boulevards

Fostering safe, cohesive neighborhoods

  • Low crime rate and a sense of personal safety
  • High levels of participation in community events, organizations, and neighborhoods
  • Respect for the diversity among residents
  • Pride in our schools and our community
  • Positive activities to engage all of our citizens

Being leaders in developing a vital and compatible business community

  • Attractive commercial districts with low vacancy rates
  • Expanding tax base
  • Strong employment base
  • Properties at their highest and best use
  • Desirable mix of businesses

City government providing quality services proactive philosophy with a long term focus

  • Responsive to and respectful of citizen needs
  • Effective use of new technologies
  • Open accessible governance
  • Ongoing review of service delivery strategies

New Brighton by the Numbers

This information was taken from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey.  The data are estimates that represent the average characteristics of population and housing from the 2010 US Census and do not represent a single point in time.  The race information is an estimate and was provided by the 2015 American Communities survey.