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Communications

The City of Maple Grove has a number of ways to communicate with residents and the general public.  If you have questions or comments, feel free to contact the Administration Department.

City Videos

Videos are a great way to keep up with some of the latest happenings in the community.  

City Meetings

Mayor's Minutes

Every few months Dave Kiser of Channel 12 has an informal chat with Maple Grove Mayor Mark Steffenson who provides an update on current happenings and projects in our community.

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The Maple Grove Report is a regularly updated 30-minute video recapping the most recent Maple Grove City Council meeting, as well as highlighting events, development news, and activities in the City of Maple Grove.

Current Topics/Events                                                                           Archived Videos


Newsletter

MG_Newsletter_0312.jpgThe City Focus newsletter is published on a quarterly basis and is mailed to all households, apartments and businesses. Additional copies are available at the Maple Grove Government Center, Community Center, and Transit Station.

The main goal of the Maple Grove newsletter is to provide an up-to-date publication that keeps the reader connected to their community and aware of the many ways the City touches their lives. We strive to ensure the majority of articles pertain to happenings taking place during the three months the newsletter covers—topics that are timely to today’s news as well as upcoming events. In addition, the newsletter provides residents with a number of ways in which they can make a difference—opportunities for volunteering their time and talents or community activities in which to participate.

The newsletter is provided in a magazine style/flipper format for viewing.

2014 Newsletters

 

2013 Newsletters

     

Resident's Guide


The Maple Grove/Osseo Resource & Resident's Guide is published on an annual basis and mailed to every household, apartment and business in the spring. Additional copies of the Guide can be obtained at the Government Center, Community Center, Hennepin County Library and other locations throughout the City.

The Guide is published by Prime Advertising & Design, but City staff has editorial and layout input. Advertising inquiries should be directed to Prime Advertising at 763-424-9406.

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Readers will find details and contact information for:

  • City Council, departments and services
  • Contact information for County, State, and Federal elected officials 
  • Community organizations, churches, schools, health care, library 
  • Business listings 
  • Coupons 
  • Event Calendar 
  • And much more

Osseo Maple Grove Press Newspaper

The Osseo Maple Grove Press is the official newspaper for the City of Maple Grove. Their offices can be reached at 763-425-3323 and are located at 33 Second Street NE, P.O. Box 280, Osseo, Minnesota 55369.

Cable TV Stations

Northwest Community Television and Channel 12 are a local source for news, sports and events highlighting the northwest suburban cities of Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Crystal, Golden Valley, Maple Grove, New Hope, Osseo, Plymouth and Robbinsdale.

Channel 16

  • City info and videos
  • City of Maple Grove Report 
  • Community and current events 
  • Current Maple Grove City Council and Planning Commission meetings


Please note that Maple Grove Channel 16 highlights only our City's meetings and events.  Viewers will not see meetings, etc. from the others communities served by NWCT.  Watch Channel 12 for news and features on the overall northwest metro area.

Public Access Channels 18, 19, 20

Shows found on these two channels are created by NWCT's volunteer producers; they create a variety of programming that can be found nowhere else! Their collaborative efforts run the gamut—politics, entertainment, religion, music, sports, news. It's all represented in various forms and languages and features an eclectic mix of programming that is unique to the northwest metro communities.

Northwest Community Television offers free training, television production facilities/equipment, and channel time to residents so they can communicate with their community via cable television. After taking training and producing your video program, your show will play on one of the Public Access channels 19 or 20. Channel 18 has highlights and schedules of the Public Access programming running on channels 19 and 20.

For more information, call 763-533-8196, or visit the NWCT website