Coronavirus response and resources
Following Governor Walz's stay at home order and guidance from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and the CDC, the City of Shoreview is extending its closures. City hall will remain closed through Friday, April 10. The community center will remain closed through Friday, May 1.
MDH recommends the following to help slow the spread of COVID-19:
- Implementing social distancing measures
- Reducing activities
- Cancelling gatherings of 50 or more people or any gathering that does not allow for social distancing
Essential services such as public safety and water and sewer utilities will continue without interruption. Other services are available over phone or email. Visit shoreviewmn.gov/staff for contact information.
City council, planning commission, and other advisory committee meetings will be held virtually or cancelled.
Playgrounds and park buildings are closed but parks and open spaces are open. It is our goal to strike the right balance between maintaining access to parks, trails, and amenities and ensuring the health and safety of Shoreview residents.
Recreation programs and events
All recreation activities, classes, and programs have been cancelled through May 1. If you registered for an activity, class, or program that takes place or starts before May 1 you will receive an email and a household credit.
Members who are on monthly billing will not be billed in April or May. Annual members who have prepaid their membership will receive a credit equal to two months of their annual membership fee. The credit will be on your household account.
Staff will evaluate the situation before reopening. The city will continue to follow MDH recommendations.
Mayor Martin has written a letter to the community on behalf of the city.
Thank you for helping us in our efforts to keep our community safe and healthy.