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The Economic Development Authority is now accepting applications for the second round of grants for businesses that have been affected by COVID-19. Applications will be due by 5pm on Friday, October 30th.
Contact Paul Gorte with questions or for more information by calling (218) 773-8939 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org..
Voters can track or check the status of their absentee ballot online by visiting the Minnesota Secretary of State website at www.mnvotes.org. There is a link to Track Your Ballot by entering your name, date of birth, and identification number.
Absentee balloting is available City Hall. Until City Hall is opened up to the public, please call (218) 773-2483 and make an appointment to vote absentee.
Absentee balloting will also be available at City Hall on Saturday, October 31st before each election from 10am to 3pm. No appointment is necessary to vote on Saturday, the doors will be open.
On the general election ballot there will be a question asking if residents would like to approved the revised City Charter.
To find out what changes were made, to review the proposed charter, and the review the current charter please visit http://www.egf.mn/600/Proposed-Revised-City-Charter.
Medicare open enrollment is from October 15th until December 7th. Assistance is available from the Senior Center by calling (218) 773-0821 to schedule an appointment. All assistance will be done by phone only due to COVID.
This is a free service brought to you by the Senior Center and Area Agency on Aging.
UND students that are Minnesota residents but do not have a East Grand Forks or Polk County address will have to request an absentee ballot from the county where their permanent residence is located.
This can be done online through www.mnvotes.org or by calling the county in which they live.
Residents do have an option of dropping their absentee ballot at City Hall with Administration Staff between 8am to 5pm, Monday through Friday until 5pm on November 2nd.
With City Hall still closed to the public a resident would need to call the Administration Office at (218) 773-2483 to let staff know you are at the door or what time you will be dropping off your ballot.
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Starting Monday, October 12th the VFW Memorial Arena is now open for walking/jogging Monday through Friday from 9am to 3pm. Reminder that all walkers must follow all COVID guidelines as posted at the building entrances.
Community walking must conclude by 3pm each weekday to allow for COVID capacity restrictions to be met while evening on-ice activities take place.
The Civic Center will remain closed to walkers for now but will be re-evaluated once the arena ope...
The process has started to update the East Grand Forks Land Use Plan. A website has been set up for the community to contribute ideas, comments, and to learn more about the project.
In the last couple months there have been questions about why the storm sirens were being used. There is now a page on the city website to help answer these questions.
Please visit https://www.eastgrandforks.us/591/Storm-Siren-Information to see where the sirens are located, reasons why the sirens are used, and answers to frequently asked questions.