Maple Grove transit bus


  • 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.
  • Pothole hotline Please call to report potholes on city streets, county roads, and state highways.
  • 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.
  • 2020 residents' guide The annual Maple Grove/Osseo Residents' Guide offers a wide variety of info for citizens and soon-to-be citizens.
  • 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
  • Homestead Applications Due December 15 Property owners in Maple Grove have until Tuesday, December 15, 2020 to complete a homestead application for the 2021 assessment.


Suburban Transit Association

Maple Grove Transit is a member of the Suburban Transit Association (STA). The other members include: Minnesota Valley Transit Authority, Plymouth Metrolink, Shakopee Transit and SouthWest Transit.  The STA's website shares the success story of strong ridership growth, efficient operations, innovation, high customer satisfaction rates, and their role as an integral partner in providing a seamless mass transit system in the Twin Cities metropolitan area.

Minnesota Public Transit Association

Maple Grove Transit is also a member of the Minnesota Public Transit Association (MPTA). MPTA is a statewide coalition of transit systems and transit advocates that provides the latest information on transit activities, provides in-depth research on key issues, hosts training sessions and events – including the Annual Minnesota Public Transit Conference – and advocates for transit with elected officials at both the state and federal levels.  Their mission is to support transportation alternatives that improve the quality of life for people in communities large and small, urban, suburban and rural.

If you have any questions on these two organizations, please contact the Transit Administrator at 763-494-6005.