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  1. IN THE NEWS
  2. CALENDAR
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    Program Cancellations

    Due to the State’s air quality alert, the following programs are cancelled or closed for the remainder of the day... Read on...
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    Elevated Water Restrictions

    We’re in a drought, do your part to help out by reducing lawn watering! Follow the city’s elevated watering restrictions until further notice. Learn More...
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    Carver County Sheriff's Office Reports Increase in Car Thefts

    The Carver County Sheriff's Office has reported a sharp increase in stolen vehicles and vehicle break-ins recently. It should be noted that all cases involved unlocked vehicles. Read on...
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    Highway 41 Closure

    The Highway 5 Regional Trail Project requires the relocation of two high-pressure gas mains owned by CenterPoint Energy, one of which requires replacement under Highway 41 south of Highway 5. Read on...
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    City of Chanhassen Launching FlashVote to Enhance Community Participation

    Can you spare a minute or so a month to make Chanhassen better? The City is launching an exciting new survey tool that gives residents a quick and easy way to share input with the City. Signup is free, the surveys are short, and feedback is anonymous. Read on...
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    Xcel Energy Converting Traditional Street Lights in Chanhassen to LEDs

    Eligible Xcel Energy-owned traditional street lights in Chanhassen will be retrofitted with new LED lights by the end of this year. The replacements will reduce energy use and costs for consumers. Read on...
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    Masks No Longer Required in City Facilities Beginning May 14

    With Gov. Tim Walz's announcement of an end to Minnesota's statewide mask requirement on May 13, the City of Chanhassen will no longer require masks to be worn in City facilities as of May 14. The City will continue to follow state and federal guidelines. Read on...
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