About the Community Assets and Development Department
The Department of Community Assets and Development (DCAD) serves residents and businesses in several ways by overseeing physical development, providing building inspections and permits, and offering recycling services.
DCAD is also responsible for the general maintenance of the street, water / sewer systems, city parks and trails maintenance and repair. The Department of Community Assets and Development Director and Public Works Superintendent oversee a variety of activities including: park maintenance; snow plowing; pot hole filling; crack sealing; cleaning of sanitary sewer lines; and a variety of other items.
The New Brighton Exchange
The goals of the project are to clean up environmental contamination from former industries, expand job opportunities, improve the tax base, create more housing choices, and help maintain New Brighton’s image as a great place to live and work. Learn More >
New Brighton 2040 Comprehensive Plan
The New Brighton 2040 Comprehensive Plan is complete, and is currently being reviewed by the Metropolitan Council for conformity to regional system plans. The City anticipates this plan will officially go into effect in early 2019, and will guide the City’s development for the next ten years.
Below are links to the Final Draft.