Impacts on services

How coronavirus safety precautions are affecting City services.

City hearings, meetings and events

During the declared public health emergency, we're holding public meetings and hearings online. Our aim is to reduce the spread of COVID-19. It's authorized under Minnesota law.

Read Minnesota Statutes section 13D.021

Watch meetings on:

For the most current information about City meetings, see the Legislative Information Management System (LIMS).


Solid Waste & Recycling

Currently there is no change to the City’s solid waste, recycling and organics collection operation.

Until further notice the South Transfer Station will be open to voucher customers only. Cash and checks will no longer be accepted. Any voucher overages will be added to the utility bill account for the property.


The City suspended water meter shutoff during the COVID-19 emergency. Washing hands is critical to protect public health. Water customers who have previously had their water shut off should reach out to Utility Billing, and the City will work to restore their water services.

Learn about Utility Billing

Contact us

Minneapolis Health Department




Public Service Building
505 Fourth Ave. S., Room 520
Minneapolis, MN 55415



Minneapolis 311


Office hours

7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Monday – Friday