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  1. Anoka County Awarded Grant for Fridley Shuttle Service

    Beginning September 5, employees who use the Northstar Commuter Rail can access free shuttle service from the Fridley Station to local employers, thanks to a federal grant awarded to Anoka County. Read more...
  2. Wild Kids Welcome at Wargo Nature Center

    Now that school is back in session, naturalists at the Wargo Nature Center are encouraging kids to spend their free time exploring nature. Read more...
  3. Essentials for Small Business Event

    Anoka County’s Open to Business program is sponsoring a free event for entrepreneurs on Saturday, September 30 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Anoka County Northtown Library, 711 County Rd. 10 N.E. in Blaine. Read more...
  4. Anoka County Commits to Bond Program Transparency

    Furthering its commitment to financial transparency, Anoka County has partnered with BondLink, a Boston-based financial technology company, to launch a new corporate-style investor relations website to diversify the County's investor base. Read the full news release.
  5. Anoka County Awarded Grant for Fridley Shuttle Service (PLEASE NOTE: REVISED TIME)

    Beginning September 5, employees who use the Northstar Commuter Rail can access free shuttle service from the Fridley Station to local employers, thanks to a federal grant awarded to Anoka County. Read the full news release.
  6. Anoka County Parks and Recreation Programs and Activities

    Check out Anoka County Parks and Recreation for fun seasonal programs and activities. Read more...
  7. New Learning Stations at Anoka County Heritage Lab Site

    A collaboration between Anoka County and the University of Minnesota School of Architecture has created an award-winning design and build learning program that is enhancing the Heritage Lab education site in Rice Creek Chain of Lakes Park Reserve. Read the full news release.
  8. Second Half Real Property Taxes

  9. Minnesota Sheriff's Association 2017 Scholarship for Law Enforcement Students

    Applications are due by October 13, 2017. Read on...
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  1. Minnesota Statutes §471.701 requires that "a city or county with a population of more than 15,000 must annually notify its residents of the positions and base salaries of its three highest paid employees." For Anoka County, titles and salaries as of August 1, 2017 are: Medical Examiner - $263,473.60, Forensic Pathologist - $212,139.20, Forensic Pathologist - $191,547.20. Date of publication: August 1, 2017.