Learn more about how your property values are determined in Coon Rapids.
Learn about when permits are necessary, how to schedule a building inspection and find handouts with helpful building information.
Learn how the City Attorney's Office represents the City and advises, represents its elected officials in all legal matters, and provides a wide range of legal services to City officials and departments.
Explore what the City Clerk does and how the office serves the citizens of Coon Rapids.
Learn how the City Manager directs and supervises the administration of all departments within the City.
Learn more about the Coon Rapids Civic Center
Discover available land for commercial or residential use, find resources, and learn about current development projects.
Learn how to register to vote, what to do in the situation of absentee voting, and more.
The Engineering Department ensures that municipal sewer, water main, storm drainage, and street improvements are designed and constructed in accordance with city specifications.
The Department of Finance provides accounting and internal auditing services for all financial activities of the city.
Explore the Coon Rapids Fire Department staff and what they do on a daily basis to keep the citizens safe.
Explore the different housing loan programs and services available to Coon Rapids residents.
The City of Coon Rapids is committed to optimizing organizational effectiveness by attracting, developing and retaining a diverse workforce who supports the city's mission.
Locate city parks, visit the Ice Center, join a recreation league, and more.
The Planning Department oversees all land development in the City.
Explore the Coon Rapids Police Department and find out how they keep our community safe.
Learn about code enforcement efforts related to properties as well as other requirements for property owners.
The work of the employees of the Public Works Department touches the lives of residents and visitors daily by providing for the maintenance of city municipal facilities.
The Coon Rapids Recycling Center is open to all residents of Anoka County. If you live outside Anoka County, contact your local city or county for services.
As a focal point for seniors (55 years and older), Senior Center staff and volunteers offer a variety of dynamic programs, educational classes, day trips, and social events throughout the year.
The Utility Billing Department handles all billing for water and sewer bills as well as fields questions concerning water service connections and disconnections.