It will soon be easier to reach Central Park in Ramsey on foot or by bike.
The Coon Rapids Police Department and the Anoka County Sheriff’s Office have both received a U.S. Department of Justice Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant.
Anoka County Brotherhood Council, Inc. (ACBC) Emergency Food Shelf is again venturing to receive part of the $100,000 Food Shelf Challenge Grant from Open Your Heart to the Hungry and Homeless this July.
The city of Coon Rapids has received a $15,384 grant from Twin Cities Gateway (TCG) Visitors Bureau.
Anoka County is hoping to tap into grant dollars to launch a new program for foster children and foster parents in the county.
The Coon Rapids Police Department has received $17,226 from the U.S. Department of Justice through the Edward Byrne Justice Assistance Grant program.
Grant applications have been made by the city of Coon Rapids to the Metropolitan Council for a project at the Riverdale Commuter Rail station and another at the Foley Boulevard Park and Ride.
The city of East Bethel learned a few weeks ago that it earned a $702,000 grant from the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) to construct a service road on the west side of Highway 65 from 215th to 221st avenues in 2013.