The city partners with various community organizations to provide resources to its residents. Click on the different tabs below to learn more.
Mounds View Community Education provides lifelong learning experiences for people of all ages, abilities, and cultures.
Volunteer drivers deliver hot meals to persons who are physically challenged or are unable to prepare their own food. Meals are delivered between 11 a.m. and noon, Monday through Friday.
NYFS is a mental health and social service agency. It serves people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds in the northeastern suburban and Twin Cities area.
The Ralph Reeder Food Shelf gives out food and non-food items to low-income families and individuals.
Care Crew provides rides for people in and around their community. Services are available to seniors, people with disabilities, single-parent families, and people with low income. Additional services may also be available.
The Senior LinkAge Line connects seniors with the services they need. Services include:
- home health care
- legal and financial assistance
Need assistance with household chores? Students ages 12-17 are available to assist with mowing, snow shoveling, housecleaning and other projects on a one-time, weekly or monthly basis. Rates are affordable and financial assistance is available to eligible seniors to offset the cost.
Transit Link is a curb-to-curb minibus or van service that operates in certain Twin Cities communities. It is a shared-ride service, which needs to be reserved in advance and fares are generally under $3.
Make your commute to downtown Minneapolis or St. Paul easier with Metro Transit.
- Route 62 – Shoreview Community Center to St. Paul
- Route 261 – Shoreview Community Center to Minneapolis
- Route 262 – Hodgson Road to St. Paul
Metro Mobility is a door-to-door public transit system. It is for people with disabilities in Twin Cities communities.