In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and in an effort to encourage social distancing, the City of Vadnais Heights is closing all its facilities Monday (3/16) to the general public for the foreseeable future. All non-essential meetings, events, and rec programs are cancelled until further notice. The health and safety of our community members, our staff and their families are the City of Vadnais Heights’ priority. The City will continue to operate all essential services and staff will be available by email and telephone. Under special circumstances, by appointment. City Council and Planning Commission meetings will be open to the public. As this situation is very fluid, this directive will be monitored on a week to week basis. We appreciate everyone’s patience as we navigate this unique time. For more information on citywide decisions related to coronavirus (COVID-19), please visit www.cityvadnaisheights.com/coronavirus. To receive ongoing notifications and alerts, please consider registering to the City’s Alert Center http://www.cityvadnaisheights.com/list.aspx
On Tuesday, March 25, Governor Tim Walz ordered Minnesotans to stay home starting March 27 at 11:59 p.m. through April 10, and limiting going out only for essential needs. mn.gov/stayhomemn
Due to current CDC and MN Department of Health guidelines, Parks and Recreation programs and events are cancelled through May 10. Registrations are still being accepted for later programs. Any further cancellations due to the response to COVID-19 will result in full refunds as applicable.
Update 3/17/20Effective 8:00 am on March 16, 2020, the Mayor declared a local emergency.