Curfew Tuesday begins at 10 p.m.
A curfew will be in place in all public places within the cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul during the following hours:
- 10 p.m. Tuesday, June 2, until 4 a.m. Wednesday, June 3.
You should be in your home and stay in your home during the curfew hours to protect everyone’s safety. Do not travel on any public streets, alley, or roadways or any public place.
Individuals traveling directly to and from work, seeking exempt care, fleeing dangerous circumstances, or experiencing homelessness, are exempt.
Additionally, all law enforcement, fire, medical personnel, and members of the news media, as well as other personnel authorized by the City of Minneapolis, City of Saint Paul, the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Minnesota State Patrol, or Minnesota National Guard, are exempt from the curfew.
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Use online forms for non-emergency requests to 311 after 3 p.m. on June 1
311 closed at 3 p.m. on June 1 due to staffing constraints and will resume service at 7 a.m. tomorrow, June 2. Please use 311’s online forms for non-emergency requests.
Garbage and recycling service resumed on Monday, June 1. If your carts weren’t emptied, the crew will pick up extra materials on your regularly scheduled collection day this week. Please do not leave trash bags on the street over night.
Metro Transit service remains suspended
All bus, light rail and Northstar service will remain suspended through the end of Tuesday, June 2. An update will be provided no later than 6 p.m. on Tuesday about service the following day.
Do not enter damaged or burned buildings
Please do not enter any damaged buildings. This is very dangerous. The City is blocking sidewalks to keep people away from damaged buildings and working with property owners to secure their properties and get emergency demolitions started as fast as possible.
Property owners seeking to begin emergency demolitions need to contact the appropriate utility providers to make sure natural gas, electrical and water have been shut off.
Check property for discarded contraband
We asked residents to check their property for harmful objects that may be have been discarded or left by uninvited people. Propane tanks, bottles filled with gasoline and other substances have been reported.
There are no credible threats against private residences, this is only a safety check.
Calling 911, sharing tips, reporting suspicious activities
- If you have a tip on the George Floyd case, contact the BCA at 651.793.7000 or the FBI at 763.569.8000
- If you just have information about suspicious activities, such as a vehicle circling your neighborhood without a license plate, call the MPD tip line at 612.692.8477
- If you see suspicious activity that poses an immediate threat, call 911. If you experience a delay, please continue to call and it will be answered.
Food donations at Minneapolis public school distribution sites at capacity
It has been amazing to see residents support their communities with donations of food. Minneapolis’ school food distribution sites have received such an outpouring of donations that they can no longer process more.
To best support those in need, please make financial donations to local food shelves or non-profit organizations you trust instead of dropping off food.
Supporting business owners and nonprofits on Lake Street
The Lake Street Council/Visit Lake Street are raising funds to support damaged small businesses and nonprofits. Learn more about how to help Lake Street rebuild here.