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The Community Bulletin Board provides a listing of community events, community services and other noncommercial advertising. The Community Bulletin Board is maintained and managed by the City of Brooklyn Center.The Community Bulletin Board is offered as a free public service.

Eligible Participants
Entities and groups eligible to submit content on the Brooklyn Center Community Bulletin Board include:
  • Local governments.
  • Local private and public educational institutions.
  • Local nonprofit organizations.
  • Local service groups.
  • Local social and recreational clubs.
  • Local businesses.

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Upcoming Events 

Fraud Watch Presentation by AARP
Wednesday, January 17, 2018 
Maranatha Senior Living Community 
5401-69th Avenue North 
Brooklyn Center, MN  55429

You are invited to attend a one-hour presentation presented by Jay Haapala. Jay Haapala is Associate State Director of Community Engagement with AARP Minnesota and leads the state's Fraud Watch Network which serves to educate consumers about fraud, scams and identity theft. This presentation is based on analysis of undercover FBI recordings of con-artists in action. AARP partnered with the FBI on a national level for the purpose of educating people about financial crime because the best defense is to prevent it in the first place. Consumer fraud, scams, identity theft, cyber security, credit card theft and financial theft within the family can be covered depending on the interests of the audience. This event is FREE! Refreshments and community tours to follow presentation. For more information, visit or contact Paula Palmer at 612-297-4339. 
For event flyer click here

Osseo Superintendent search overview
The school board wants to know what you think about the next superintendent for Osseo Area Schools! (Osseo district boundaries incorporate a portion of Brooklyn Center.) Attend a community meeting on Jan. 10, 18 or 24, or complete an online survey to share your ideas. The input gathered through January 25, 2018 will be used in two ways:
  • To identify the top qualities stakeholders are looking for in a new superintendent; this information will help the search firm recruit candidates.
  • To inform the School Board’s decision making as it selects a new superintendent.
  • Click here for more details or visit their facebook page. 

CEAP (Community Emergency Assistance Programs)

7051 Brooklyn Boulevard, 
Brooklyn Center, MN 55429
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*Serving Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, and East Champlin

Brookdale Library
6125 Shingle Creek Pkwy.
Brooklyn Center, MN 55430
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