• Parking in Maple Grove Three main things to know about parking on city streets.
  • Animals in vehicles For their health and safety please do not to leave pets unattended in motor vehicles.
  • Stormwater A-Go-Go Have you ever wondered where stormwater goes? Learn all about it through this interactive story map.
  • City Focus Newsletter View the winter 2020 edition of the City of Maple Grove quarterly newsletter.
  • Neighborhood Information Info only about your property, neighborhood, city services and more.
  • COVID-19 resources A variety of information is available to residents and businesses on the city website.
  • I-94 construction project This three-year MnDOT project involves improvements from Maple Grove to Clearwater.
  • Highest-salaried employees As of January 2020, titles and salaries at the City of Maple Grove are: City Administrator - $171,481.44; Director of Public Works/City Engineer - $162,115.20; Chief of Police - $155,569.44
  • SeeClickFix service requests Submit your non-emergency service requests online either through this website or by downloading the mobile app.
  • Christmas tree disposal Contact your garbage refuse hauler for information
  • Coyotes Information and resources should you see a coyote in Maple Grove.

Water/Sewer Utilities

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Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Email public works

After Hours
If a service emergency should arise after business hours, call 763.494.6370 and follow prompts.
After-hour, non-emergency services may be subject to service charges.

Utility Billing
To add or change service, please contact Utility Billing
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 

The utility staff are responsible for:


Guidance for ensuring water quality: Building owners and managers take action!  

Here is the latest update from the Minnesota Department of Health on information related to COVID-19 and water systems. The MN Department of Health is recommending building owners and managers to take action to ensure that the water in their building is safe for use. Learn more at: additional information can be found at


2020 Sanitary Sewer Lining Project

The city is working to complete a sewer pipe lining project, in the highlighted areas of Eagle Pike and Pineview. The project is part of the ongoing sanitary sewer preventative maintenance program which will extend service life, minimize inflow and infiltration impacts, and reduce surface disturbances and construction traffic impacts. The pipe lining work creates a new plastic pipe inside of the existing pipe by cured in-place pipe process (CIPP); there is little or no excavation involved. The work is done in segments, about 500 feet at a time, with wastewater being pumped around the segment being lined.

Homes along the affected segment cannot discharge wastewater to the system for about a 24-hour period, so residents may want to plan an overnight stay with friends or family. These homeowners will be notified about the exact timeline as the project progresses.  The city recognizes the project will impact some more than others. Your understanding is appreciated.

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