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#ShakFriday 8/22/14

Here are my favorite links from this week in #Shakopee!! Post by Shakopee Parks and Recreation. Post by Mayor Brad Tabke. #ALSIceBucketChallenge Post by Mayor Brad Tabke. More #ALSIceBucketChallenge Chairman Vig nominates @CanterburyPark @Valleyfair_MN @MayorTabke @CityofShakopee @CityofPriorLake @MNRenaissance! — Shakopee Mdewakanton (@ShakopeeDakota) August 22, 2014 Great to see MNDOT Commish Zelle opening #shakopee transit […]

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Splashing in the Streets!!

By popular demand, we are bringing back the Temporary Splash Pad for the last time in 2014!! Bring your lawn chairs, sidewalk chalk and a cooler!! By special ordinance, beer will be allowed on the street in non-glass containers (alcoholic beverages purchased at an establishment must be enjoyed indoors). What: Downtown Shakopee Splash Pad (Facebook […]

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RiverSouth, Land of Big Fun

Welcome to RiverSouth! More than 10 million visitors to Canterbury Park, Mystic Lake Casino Hotel, the Renaissance Festival and Valleyfair already know that the Southwest Metro is home to some of the biggest entertainment attractions in the region. Now there is a united voice to promote the area. I am extremely excited that Shakopee, Prior Lake and […]

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#ShakFlood 2014

Info on the current flooding conditions in Shakopee. (updated 6/23/14) Shakopee and many other cities through Minnesota are experiencing flooding. Thursday, June 19, 2014 we had an extraordinary amount of storm water overwhelm portions of our storm water drainage system and flood homes and streets. The Minnesota River is on the rise and will close […]

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6/14/14 Wind Storm

UPDATE 6/20/14 The SMSC’s Organics Recycling Facility will be taking yard waste for free Saturday 6/21 and 6/28 from 10 am to 2 pm. Thank you to the SMSC for helping out!! UPDATE 6/16/14 4:00 pm The City of Shakopee will be assisting in storm cleanup by picking up storm-related debris that is placed […]

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