Jenelle Teppen has been Inver Grove Heights’ Assistant City Administrator since 1998.
City Of Inver Grove Heights
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
When deer crowd together in feeding areas, it makes it easier for diseases to spread, according to the Department of Natural Resources.
The Inver Grove Heights city council is considering regulations that would outlaw feeding deer. The city has received a number of complaints about damage to yards from the high deer population. The city of Inver Grove Heights has more in a press release: Comments from the Department of Natural Resources indicate that overfeeding of deer may encourage large numbers of animals to congregate in feeding areas making it easier for diseases to be passed among the animals. It can also cause a disruption to their normal travel routes, which in turn may cause an increased potential for traffic accidents. There are three readings of the proposed ordinance required before the regulations would take effect. The first reading will take place on …
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
The popular Holiday on Main Street is among the activities planned.
Follow Inver Grove Heights Patch on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our free newsletter Not in the holiday spirit? Maybe taking part in the holiday-themed activities in Inver Grove Heights this weekend would change your mood. Here are details of the events from the City of Inver Grove Heights website: SKATE WITH SANTA Ho! Ho! Ho! Santa is coming to visit the Community Center on skates! Spend some time twirling around the ice with Santa and your family! Come dressed in red or green and you will get a special holiday prize. Hot chocolate and cookies will be provided. • Friday, Dec. 14, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. • Veterans Memorial Community Center • Fee: $5 per person (includes rental skates) CANDY CANE HUNT Join us at South Valley …
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
Neighborhood block parties requesting a visit from the City of Inver Grove Heights must submit a form to the Parks and Recreation Department by Aug. 1.
Editor’s Note: This is press release from the Inver Grove Heights Police Department appears on the City of Inver Grove Heights website. Please join us in celebrating the fourth annual Inver Grove Heights Night to Unite on Tuesday, Aug. 7. Night to Unite is an effective and fun way to get to know your neighbors and prevent crime. This is a chance for neighbors to turn on their lights, lock their doors, and come together to strengthen their neighborhood bonds. Each neighborhood decides how they want to celebrate Night to Unite. Gatherings can be as elaborate or as simple as you like—block parties, ice cream socials, live music, parades, kids’ games, potlucks, pizza parties, and barbeques. Gatherings will be visited by the police department, …
Thursday, August 2, 2012
Be sure you're in compliance with the city's watering schedule that runs from now until the end of summer.
In an effort to encourage conservation, maintain adequate water pressure, and ensure fire-fighting reserves, Inver Grove Heights is mandating specific times for folks hoping to sprinkle their lawns, wash their cars and water their shrubs. Inver Grove Heights Patch is running this reminder to make sure homeowners aren't cited for violation of the summer watering codes. Source: www.invergroveheights.org
Monday, July 30, 2012
A detour route has been established for commuters who typically drive 65th between Blaine and Cahill avenues.
Editor’s Note: This is an announcement from the City of Inver Grove Heights. Click here for an update from the city about the 65th Street reconstruction project. The City of Inver Grove Heights says 65th Street from Blaine Avenue to Cahill Avenue will be closed to through traffic beginning Aug. 1. The detour route is via 70th Street, Blaine Avenue to Cahill Avenue. “Open to Local Businesses” traffic signs will be in place and access will be maintained to businesses on Buckley Way and 65th Street near Cahill Avenue. For residents, there will be traffic signs placed directing drivers to the open access route on a daily basis. TRAIL SECTION CLOSED THIS WEEK The Inver Grove Heights Parks and Recreation Department has announced that the west …
Saturday, March 10, 2012
The event is planned for 4:30 to 7 p.m. at the Inver Grove Heights Community Center, 8055 Barbara Ave.
Editor’s Note: This is a press release from the City of Inver Grove Heights. Additional information about the open house and the neighborhood plan is available by clicking here. Please join [the City of Inver Grove Heights] on Tuesday, March 13, for an update on the Concord Boulevard Neighborhood Plan progress. We will be holding an open house from 4:30 pm to 7 pm at the Inver Grove Heights Community Center in the Youth Room. The format of the meeting is an open house so that you can attend anytime between 4:30 to 7:00 pm. Staff will be on hand to answer questions and walk through a series of concept alternatives. Overview and Background of the Study For the past year, the City has been conducting a process to update the Concord Boulevard …
Friday, August 12, 2011
The Inver Grove Heights City Council took its first substantial stab at the city's 2012 budget on Monday night.
The message City Administrator Joe Lynch heard loud and clear from the Inver Grove Heights City Council on Monday night was ‘No new taxes.’ In the first substantial round of 2012 budget talks, several council members spoke out against raising the city’s tax rate, a move that will likely lead to $292,000 in budget cuts in 2012, Lynch said. “I just see the tenor of the community is not to add things, it is to take things away,” Councilor Rosemary Piekarski Krech said during the council’s work session. “How do we justify [a tax rate hike] to people that are losing their homes, have taken cuts in their salaries?” On Monday, Lynch presented a series of budget recommendations to the council as part of the city’s annual budgeting process. On Sept…