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Please contact Kristin Holtz, communications coordinator, with any questions or suggestions about the City's communications by calling 952-233-9355 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out the latest news from the City of Shakopee:
Shakopee VFW, First Avenue businesses donate U.S. flags, poles to City in time for Memorial Day (5-23-13)
City to negotiate with Allied Waste Services as next garbage hauler (5-22-13)
Free yard waste disposal at Organics Recycling Facility extended into early June (5-17-13)
City of Shakopee approves economic package for Compass Data Centers (5-8-13)
City Council approves changes to tree management ordinance (5-2-13)
Residents may dispose of yard waste at SMSC Organics Recycling Facility (4-30-13)
UPDATE: Crews continue to contain fire following April 25 explosion at Koda (4-26-13)
Shakopee Fire and Police respond to April 25 explosion at Koda Energy say material on fire is not hazardous (Updated 4:30 p.m. 4-25-13)
City of Shakopee named 'Tree City USA' (4-22-13)
UPDATE: Arrest made in fatal shooting case (updated 4:30 p.m. 4-19-13)
Shakopee Police investigate case of arson in April 3 house fire (4-19-13)
Shakopee Police respond to fatal April 18 shooting, release name of deceased victim (4-19-13)
City of Shakopee approves $1.4 million economic development package for Rosemount Inc. (4-3-13)
Check with City before starting outdoor building, landscaping projects (3-29-13)
City's annual Clean Up Day is April 27 at Public Works building (3-26-13)
City to hold public hearing to consider tax abatement for data center (3-22-13)
City photography wanted for new website (3-11-13)
Change your alarm batteries at Daylight Saving Time switch (3-8-13)
City of Shakopee Press Release Archive:
May 21 City Council: Shakopee Council Oks new garbage hauler, accepts donations toward downtown flower baskets (5-22-13)
May 7 City Council: Shakopee Council approves full-time firefighters, economic incentives for Compass Data Centers, under-projection street bids (5-8-13)
The City's newsletter, Hometown Messenger, is published and mailed to Shakopee residents and businesses three times a year in a combined publication with the Shakopee Parks and Recreation Activities Brochure. It contains information about city government happenings, upcoming events, city ordinances, road construction, transit offerings, tips, frequently asked questions and much more.
Read the latest issue of the Hometown Messenger.
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