Stay Safe Minnesota

We’re Open to Serve You Beginning Monday, June 15, 2020

If you’re experiencing any of these COVID-19 symptoms, please do not enter the building. Alternatively, you may use our online services at or contact us by phone at 651-747-2400.

  • Fever or feeling feverish?
  • Chills?
  • A new cough?
  • Shortness of breath?
  • A new sore throat?
  • New muscle aches?
  • New headache?
  • New loss of smell or taste?

Help us keep everyone safe. We encourage all visitors to wear a mask, maintain social distance, and use hand sanitizer. If you do not have a mask, we can provide one for you.

City Issues Policy for Temporary Outdoor Customer Service Areas
The temporary outdoor use may occur in sidewalks, some parking spaces, or undeveloped outdoor areas adjacent to their buildings without need for a variance. View full notice.
View guidelines for outdoor dining.

City of North St. Paul Utility Customers
As the situation surrounding COVID-19 continues to evolve, the City of North St. Paul is actively adjusting our daily operations to respond to our customer’s needs. City of North St Paul will not disconnect customer’s utility services and will waive late fees until further notice, provided customers contact us and enter into a mutually agreed upon payment plan that meets individual circumstances. View full notice.

North St Paul Announces Parks to Open
Parks in North St Paul are opening on Saturday, May 16, 2020. Please be advised that the amenities are not sanitized daily, only the restrooms are cleaned and sanitized daily. Please follow social distancing guidelines and keep your groups to 10 or less. Masks and face coverings are strongly encouraged. And don’t forget to wash your hands.

May 20, 2020 Governor Walz Announces Opening Dates, Rules and Guidelines for Highly Anticipated Activities
View Minnesota’s Safe Plan

North St. Paul City Services to continue
Essential services will continue without interruption. Our emergency first-responders will continue to provide mission-critical functions so community members have ready access to 911 services for police, fire, and EMS response. City staff will be available by telephone and email during this closure.

  • View City Cancellations and Closures, Park Rentals, Business Information and Resources
  • View Changes to Garbage, Recycling, and Curbside Clothing/Linens Pick-Up
  • View Map of restaurants in North St Paul open for pick-up, delivery or drive-through service.
  • View District 622’s Meal Pick-up Program
    Students can pick up five breakfasts and five lunches between 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. at Richardson, Carver or Skyview on Tuesdays.
  • View YMCA is partnering with Loaves & Fishes and UnitedHealth Group 
    Serving free healthy meals to families in need. Families may pick up food from 12 – 1pm Monday through Friday at select YMCAs and choose a meal package for a family of four.
  • View North St. Paul Area Food Shelf
    The food shelf remains open to those in need of food. Staff have implemented enhanced cleaning procedures for customers and volunteers. To make an appointment to receive food call (651) 770-1309.
  • View Minnesota Department of Human Services Programs and Services 
    A listing of food assistant programs is available or call the Minnesota Food Helpline at 888-711-1151.
  • View Alternatives to Toilet Paper Causing Additional Public Health Concerns 
    Alternative products such as paper towels, facial tissues, baby wipes, flushable wipes and other similar items do not break down like toilet paper.

May 13, 2020 Governor Walz Issues Executive Order 20-56 
Safely Reopening Minnesota’s Economy and Ensuring Safe Non-Work Activities during the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency. Bars, Restaurants and Salons to open June 1, 2020.

May 13, 2020 Governor Walz Issues Executive Order 20-55
Protecting the Rights and Health of At-Risk Populations during the COVID19 Peacetime Emergency

School Graduation Guidelines Released
May 8, 2020, Minnesota Department of Health released graduation guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the community.The safest way to observe graduation/commencement is for everyone to stay home. View full notice.

Governor Walz Extends Stay at Home Order in Minnesota
April 30, 2020, Governor Walz extends order until May 18, allows curbside pickup for retail stores and strongly encourages all Minnesotans to wear masks when outside the home. Learn more.

Allowing for Safe Outdoor Recreation
On April 17, 2020 Governor Walz issued Executive Order 20-38

Extending Stay at Home Order and Temporary Closure of Bars, Restaurants, and Other Places of Public Accommodation
On April 8, 2020, Governor Walz issued Executive Order 20-33, directing Minnesotans to extend Stay at Home Order through May 4, at 5:00 p.m.

Guidance on Stay at Home Order
On March 25, 2020, Governor Walz issued Executive Order 20-20, directing Minnesotans to limit movements outside of their homes from March 27 at 11:59 p.m. to April 10 at 5:00 p.m. to help slow the spread of COVID-19. 

  • Eligibility for Critical Sector Worker Exemption Executive Order 20-20 provides an exemption for workers who (1) work in Critical Sector and (2) cannot perform their work duties from home. View Business Exemptions.

State of Minnesota Website COVID-19 Dashboard Now Available
The site tracks the virus in the state and provides the latest data on available ventilators, ICU beds, personal protective equipment (PPE) and testing. The dashboard will be updated daily. View website.

COVID-19 Resources for Businesses. The following programs and resources are available to business and employees who have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Trump Signs Massive $2 Trillion Emergency Spending Bill Into Law
    On March 27, 2020 President Trump Signed Emergency Relief Package, The Coronavirus Aid Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). View Summary.
  • US Chamber of Commerce - Emergency Loan Program
    This emergency loan program is allocating $350B towards small businesses to keep workers employed: View guide and check list.
    Business owners, please take 35 minutes to read the Paycheck Protection Program FAQs and listen to this webinar.
  • COVID-19 Disaster Relief Grants Available for Veterans
    Ramsey County veterans who have experienced negative financial impacts as a result of COVID-19 can apply for a one-time financial relief grant funded by the Minnesota Legislature. View Grant.

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Utility Billing/Payments - 651-747-2413
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Important Links

Testing Locations

Follow the guidance of the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Minnesota Department of Health. COVID-19 Health Hotline (800) 657-3504.

March 17, 2020
Proclamation No. 2020-01
Declaring A Local Emergency
View Proclamation

March 17, 2020
Mayor Furlong Declares Local Emergency
View Resolution

  • Small Business Administration Disaster Loan Program - Now Available in Minnesota!
    The SBA is providing up to $2 million in Disaster Assistance loans for small businesses which can be used to pay fixed debts, payroll, accounts payable and other bills that cannot be paid due to COVID-19 impacts. If you are interested in learning more about this program, please contact the SBA Disaster Assistance customer service center at 1(800) 877-8339 or
  • Small Business Emergency Loans
    Following Executive Order 20-15, DEED has established a loan program to assist small businesses directly and adversely affected and whose industry is named in Executive Orders 20-04 and 20-08 following the COVID-19 pandemic. Unemployment Insurance Information Program assists workers who cannot work, have their hours reduced or lose their job as a result of the pandemic. The UI program is prepared and ready to assist these workers.
  • Sales Tax Grace Period
    Restaurants, bars and other hospitality businesses impacted by the temporary closure order have a 30-day grace period in paying sales and use tax. During this time the Minnesota department of Revenue will not assess penalties or interest. This means that affected businesses with a monthly Sales and Use Tax payment due March 20, 2020 will have until April 20 to make that payment. These customers should still file their return by March 20. Find out more at the Minnesota Department of Revenue website.
  • Minnesota Initiative Foundations to Serve Emergency Child Care Need in Greater MN and Think Small to Serve in Metro - March 26, 2020
    Governor Tim Walz announced statewide efforts by his Children’s Cabinet to drive resources to the child care providers that are critical to our state’s emergency response. View full announcement.