Notice is hereby given that the New Brighton City Council and its Commissions will hold electronic meetings the following dates and times.
City Hall is currently closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic; however, these meetings are open electronically for public view. You can tune into CTV Channel 8023 (CenturyLink) or Channel 16 (Comcast) or click a box below. If you wish to comment in the Public Comment Forum portion of the City Council's regular business meeting and address the City Council, you may do so below. Comments received by 5:30 pm on the day of the meeting will be read out loud during the meeting as part of the record.
Variance: Request from Samuel Hickman at 1684 Peninsula Drive for a four (4) foot variance to the required 30-foot front yard setback, and a three (3) foot variance from the side yard setback to construct a second-story addition above an existing home currently within both setbacks; existing nonconformities would not be expanded – PID 20-30-23-22-0033. Link: 1684 Peninsula Drive
Special Use Permit: Request from Frank Botzet at 2082 Cedar Drive to place a 240 sq. ft. addition on an existing garage which will result in the overall square footage of the accessory building exceeding 624 square feet – PID 18-30-23-12-0066. Link: 2082 Cedar Drive
The City of New Brighton and Ramsey County Elections will be accepting Affidavits of Candidacy for City of New Brighton municipal office along with a $5 filing fee or qualifying petition during regular office hours beginning 8:00 am on Tuesday, July 28, 2020 and ending at 5:00 pm on Tuesday, August 11, 2020 for the following elected offices:
Covid-19: City Hall is currently closed to the public. Click here to learn how to file your affidavit by mail, electronically or curbside (appointment recommended) on our "Run for Elected Office" page.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the New Brighton City Council will be considering approval of:
If approved, this Ordinance would simplify the City’s new electrical fees; set a value threshold that would trigger when the fire marshal would become involved in reviewing commercial plans; and, would increase the costs for various right-of-way permit types to cover the increased cost to the City for processing and tracking such permits via our website.
Consideration of this ordinance will take place at the City Council’s regular business meeting scheduled electronically for July 28, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. This meeting will be open for public observation. Please contact City Hall at (651) 638-2100 if you have any questions or concerns. Posted 7/7/2020
Terri Spangrud, City Clerk