If you encounter a dog that leaves its property and acts aggressively towards you or another, please report the incident to the police department. Provide as many details as possible including the area where the incident occurred, description of the dog and address or description of the residence where the dog came from. If a dog is contained, please call Anoka County Non-emergency Dispatch at 763-427-1212 and arrangements will be made to have the dog picked up by an animal control officer.
REMINDER: St Francis City Ordinance 8-3-1 B states that it is unlawful for the owner of any dog to permit such animal to run at large. The dog must be kept under restraint on a leash not exceeding 6 feet in length or at heel beside a person of suitable age and discretion if off the property of the owner. A violation of this ordinance is a misdemeanor offense.
When neighbors work together with the St. Francis Police Department, it creates the best crime fighting team around. The SFPD cannot have an officer on every corner, so involvement from residents is essential in preventing crime. Be a good neighbor and make our community safer from criminals by participating in Neighborhood Watch. The St. Francis Police Department believes in a strong police and community partnership and will be helping with the start-up of a neighborhood watch program in the city.
The Economic Development Plan was created for the purpose of providing consistent information to contractors and developers about development opportunities within the city. This is to be a guide for interested individuals regarding St. Francis’s local demographics, labor and industry profile. Within the report you will find information that outlines the workforce and employment opportunities within the city. This tool is available for those looking to create or expand employment opportunities within the City of St. Francis.