Conducting City Business Remotely

COVID-19 Information

Beginning March 18 and continuing through April 15, all public-facing services at city facilities will be conducted by telephone, email or appointment only. 

The City of East Bethel has been working with local, county, and state partners to help protect the health and wellness of both the community and employees during the rapidly changing coronavirus outbreak. As transmission has changed in Minnesota from travel-related to community spread, the city is making these changes while still ensuring it can provide essential services to residents.

Buildings Closed to the Public

  • East Bethel City Hall, 2241 221st Avenue NE
  • East Bethel Public Works Building, 2375 221st Avenue NE
  • Fire Station 1, 2751 Viking Boulevard NE 
  • Fire Station 2, 2375 221st Avenue NE
  • Fire Station 3, 342 Forest Road NE
  • East Bethel Senior/Community Center, 2241 221st Avenue NE
  • Whispering Aspen Community Center, 24225 Pierce Path NE
  • East Bethel Ice Arena, 20675 Highway 65 NE
  • All city park buildings

How to Conduct Business Without Coming to City Facilities

City staff will continue to work in all facilities to maintain essential city services. You may continue to connect with city staff through the city website, by phone, U.S. mail, and by email. If you have business that is time-sensitive and must be conducted in person, call 763-367-7840 to make an appointment. City staff will do their best to accommodate your request.