Lakeville Messages challenge? Voting information

City meetings
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20 items or $20
Monday, Oct, 20
City Council, 7 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 22
Parks, Rec., and NR, 6 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 23
Planning Comm., 6 p.m.
Are you up for the
Meetings are held at Lakeville City Hall, 20195
Holyoke Ave. The public is welcome to attend.
Agendas are available at
Mayor’s Hours:
Mayor Matt Little has office hours at City Hall on
Fridays from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Appointments are
recommended. To schedule an appointment to
speak with the Mayor, call (952) 985-4403.
Haunted Forest Festival
Meet the challenge of seeing how many people
you can get to donate $20 or 20 pounds of food
for our two local food shelves.
Now through Nov. 1, the City will be accepting
non-perishable food items or monetary donations.
You can drop off your donations at:
• City Hall
• The Heritage Center
• Any of the three Lakeville Liquor Stores
Help us surpass last year’s donation total of
$10,000 worth of food!
Saturday, Oct. 25 – 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Located at Steve Michaud Park
17100 Ipava Ave.
Check the website at
VoterStatus. If you are not registered, you must
register at the polls on election day. Check
the requirements on the City website at www.
2. Find your polling place.
If you don’t know your polling place, go to
Two voting locations have changed since the
2012 General Election:
The new polling place for Precinct 1 (formerly the
Lakeville Area Arts Center) is now the Heritage
Center, 20110 Holyoke Avenue. The new polling
place for Precinct 12 (formerly Messiah Lutheran
Church) is Cherry View Elementary School, 8600
175th Street West.
Avonlea is a residential subdivision, which
is proposed on approximately 470 acres of
agriculural land along Cedar Avenue, south of
the Central Maintenance Facility.
Winter Parking Starts Nov. 1
1. Make sure you are registered.
The Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW)
on Avonlea (Mattamy Homes) development is
available for review at City Hall, at the Heritage
Library, or online at
Cost – $10 per carload or $3 per person and a
nonperishable food item for the community food
shelf. Pre-registration is not necessary! Outdoor
event. Please remember to dress for the weather.
City of Lakeville
Be prepared for the Nov. 4 General Election
EAW on Avonlea
All ages welcome– families encouraged. Parental
discretion advised for the Haunted Forest Trail,
recommend 3rd grade and older.
It is only two weeks before winter parking
restrictions begin. This will mean no cars parked
on the streets
between 2 a.m.
and 6 a.m. Now is
the time to find
overnight parking
spaces for your
vehicles. There is
also no on-street
parking when it’s
snowing, until
after the roads
have been cleared.
Voting information
Dog Licenses
The 2015-16 dog licenses are now available at City
Hall, the Police Station, and Dakota Pet Hospital.
Proof of rabies vaccination is required. Cost is $20
for a two-year license.
The project proposes 832 single-family lots and
249 multi-family lots. Approximately 171 acres
of open space is also planned, which will include
greenway corridors, parks, trails, wetlands, and
storm water basins. Comments will be accepted
until Nov. 26, 2014.
Heritage Center online auction is open!
The annual online Heritage Center auction is up and running at The auction includes a variety
of items donated by community members in support of the Heritage Center–a community faciility for
seniors, veterans, and history. Stop by to see what they have to offer. Located at 20110 Holyoke Ave. •
952-985-4400 •
20195 Holyoke Ave.