We are excited to connect with you at this year's Night to Unite on Tuesday, August 6! Registration will begin on July 1, 2019 at 8 a.m. and close on July 31, 2019 at 4:30 p.m.
This year's Night to Unite theme is a food drive for Southern Anoka Communities Assistance (SACA), a 501c3 non-profit food shelf located in Columbia Heights. SACA has been serving the communities of Fridley, Columbia Heights, Hilltop and Spring Lake Park for 42 years. They are now serving part of NE Minneapolis as well.
They serve 500-625+ in-crisis families (1,450 to 1,650 people) by giving out approximately 45,000 pounds of food monthly.
You will need neighbor signatures/permission to close the street. Applications for street closure are also due by July 19, 2019. Completed applications must be returned to the Public Safety front desk located in City Hall (7071 University Avenue NE).
We want to help! Your event can be low-waste with recycling and organics collection. This year, the city will provide 10 parties with compostable plates, cups and silverware, educational information on waste sorting, and bins to collect recyclable and compostable items.
Interested? Contact Rachel Workin, Environmental Planner, at Rachel.Workin@FridleyMN.gov or 763-572-3594.
In an effort to be environmentally sound, cost-effective and keep you up-to-date, we will be communicating via email and NextDoor.com. We will not share your email or overflow your inbox.
Questions can be directed to Courtney Miller, Fridley Police: 763-572-3626.