County health survey of residents continues
Anoka County is conducting a Community Health Survey as it develops a health assessment and plan for 2015-19. The survey of residents helps the county prioritize public health services.
Residents can complete the survey online or on paper, though Jan. 13. The online survey can be done in English or Spanish at www.anoka county.us/healthsurvey.
Paper copies are available in Arabic, Russian, Somali, English and Spanish and can be obtained by calling Anoka County Community Health and Environmental Services at 763-422-7427.
For further information, call 763-422-7030.
Toy and food drive runs through Sunday
The city is collecting nonperishable food items for Community Emergency Assistance Programs and new, unwrapped toys for Toys for Tots through Sunday, Dec. 22. Items can be left in the lobby bins at the Community Activity Center, 5600 85th Av. N., during building hours.
Items also can be dropped off at these other Brooklyn Park locations: • Zanewood Recreation Center, 7100 Zane Av. N.; • City Hall, 5200 85th Av. N.; and • Police Station - North Precinct, 5400 85th Av. N.
Residents asked to take satisfaction survey
Circle Pines residents are being asked to weigh in on their city’s appearance, snowplowing and other public services as part of the 2013 citizens’ feedback survey. Residents can take the 14-question survey online at www.ci.circle-pines.mn.us.
The survey asks about residents’ views on a variety of topics, including police service, fire service, street repairs and recreational programs.
Arts Commission to host concert series
The Coon Rapids Arts Commission will host four live shows as part of its Dessert and Coffee Concert series.
The 1950s rock-n-roll cover band Holy Rocka Rollaz will perform Jan. 9. The City of Lakes Chorus