Apple Valley Liquor Monthly Liquor Store Specials for October
See our sales specials for Wine, Liquor, and Beer
As nights begin to cool off for the season, recreational fires will be more common throughout the city. To keep your property and neighborhood safe please remember to follow recreational fire and burning guidelines while burning at your property.
Recreational fires should be confined to an area no greater than 3 x 3 x 3 feet and should be completely surrounded by a non-combustible material such as but not limited to rock, masonry, or ferrous metal. Areas intended for recreational fire us...
Are you thinking about winter storage options for your boat? Please remember that motorized vehicles including boats stored on trailers must be parked on approved hard surface such as concrete, asphalt, or pavers regardless of the season.
Motorized boats may not be stored in your yard unless they are parked on an approved hard surface. Approved hard surfaces include concrete, asphalt, or pavers. Boats may be stored in a garage, shed or similar storage building, the esta...
To ensure adequate visibility of on-coming traffic at intersections, corner properties should maintain area near intersections free of any structures or plantings greater than 36” (inches) in height.
Corner areas defined by the triangular area within 30 feet of an intersection along each intersecting curb-lines should be maintained free of structures and plantings greater than 36” in height. Hedges, signs, fences, and any landscaping feature...
Generally, permissible noise levels and certain activities are restricted over nighttime hours. Electronic sound systems, loud dogs, and parties should be reported to 911. Courtesy should always be taken to avoid annoying and unnecessary noise emissions.
All properties should observe noise standards that are established by city ordinance during both daytime and nighttime hours. In residential neighborhoods, as well as in institutional districts, however, permissible noise levels drop significant...
East & westbound lanes of 147th Street will remain open.
The City of Apple Valley is Recruiting Qualified Individuals to Hire as Election Judges for the 2020 Elections
Polling places are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Judges report to the polling place beginning at 5:30 a.m. It is preferred judges work the full day, and preference will be given to applicants willing to work full days at all three e...
All local properties directly off of Johnny Cake Ridge Road will have Local Access Only from the McAndrew’s Road (the north). Please see the map of the road closure and detour route.
Weather depending, the anticipated final completion day for 2019 work is November, 1st. We appreciate your continued patience during the construction of Johnny Cake Ridge Road.
In 2019, the years of dynamic growth become a reality as the City of Apple Valley celebrates the notable achievement of 50 years as a City!
As part of the celebration of 50 years, events are planned for every season – Mark Your Calendar
January: Frozen Apple Music Series, January 19
February: Mid-Winterfest, February 2,
Frozen Apple Music Series, February 16
March: Frozen Apple Music Se...
The City is in the process of replacing water meters. Learn more about this program and when you will be able to receive a new meter.
The City is updating the decades-old water meters with a new metering system. The City’s video production staff completed a short video which summarizes the project and helps answer common questions for residents
Ordinance Proposal: Amending Sect. 155.333 Regarding Building Encroachment Exemptions
Summary: This is a house-keeping amendment is to correct a codification error relative to adoption of previous ordinance language. This amendment is not to change substan...
Ordinance Proposal: Amending Chpt 123 Regulating Business and Massage Therapist Licenses
Summary: The proposed amendments include the addition of Minnesota Business Tax Identification and Social Security number as required by Minnesota Statute 270C.72.
Ordinance Proposal: Amending Chpt 155 Sections 155.075 and 155.076 Multiple Family Zoning
A Proposed Ordinance Amending Chapter 155 of the City Code Regulating Zoning by Amending Sections 155.075 (Purpose) and 155.076 (Permitted Uses) in the Multiple-Family Residential District
Summary: The proposed amendments include the addition of the word t...
Ordinance Proposal: Amending Chpt 155 Appendix F Article 2 Regulating PD 290
Summary: Article 2 Regulates Planned Development Designation No. 290. The amendment sets conditions for Zone 5 which is used for health club, fitness facility, day spa, ...
Ordinance Proposal: Amending Chpt 155 Appendix F Article A28 Regulating PD 703
Summary: Article A28 Regulates Planned Development Designation No. 703. The amendment sets conditions under which a Class III restaurant with a drive-through window se...
Ordinance Proposal: Amending Chpt 155 Regarding Front Setback for Porches
Summary: Chapter 155.333 pertains to setbacks for building projections, including porches.
Ordinance Proposal: Amending Chpt 154 Land Usage Appendix C & D Regarding Sign Regulations
Summary: Chapter 154 Appendix C and D of the City Code, are amended concerning sign regulations applicable within agricultural zoning districts.
Ordinance Proposal: Amending Chpt 155 Land Usage Regarding Property Maintenance
Summary: Chapter 155.360 of the City Code, is amended concerning the construction and maintenance of exterior surfaces of buildings, structures, and accessory structures..
Ordinance Proposal: Amending Chpt 155 Land Usage Regarding Fences in Excess of Seven Feet
Summary: Chapter 155.003 of the City Code, is amended requiring a building permit for a fence in excess of seven feet in height.
Ordinance Proposal: Amending Chpt 155 Land Usage Regarding Accessory Structures
Summary: Chapter 155.332 and 155.053 of the City Code, are amended with revisions regulating accessory buildings and structures.
Ordinance Proposal: Amending Chpt 97 Utility Service Facilities Right-of-Way Management Regulations
Summary: Chapter 97 of the City Code, governing public right-of-way management regulations, is amended to incorporate FCC Rule deadline for action on permit...
Ordinance Proposal: Amending Title V Public Works Section 51.66 Septic Tank Maintenance
Summary: Adds Section 51.66 Septic Tank Maintenance: Inspection and Pumping Requirements
Ordinance Proposal: Amending Chapter 155, Article 9, Appendix F Entitled Planned Development Designation No. 244 by Amending Section A9-3 Conditional Uses
Summary: Planned Development No. 244 is amended regarding conditional uses as applied to drive-throug...
Ordinance Proposal: Amending Chapter 30.05 Council Compensation
Summary: The Code of Ordinances is amended as follows: Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 415.11, as amended, the salaries of the mayor shall be $1,063 per month and t...
Ordinance Proposal: Amending Appendix A for PD at Menards at Hanson Concrete Site
Summary: The Code of Ordinances is amended by adding Article A__ establishing planned development zoning district number ___. This amendment prov...
Ordinance Proposal: Amending Chapter 155 Impervious Surface Area on Residential Lots and Shoreland Overlay District
Ordinance Proposal: Amending Chapter 155 Impervious Surface Area on Residential Lots and Shoreland Overlay District.
Summary: Chapter 155 of the City Code is amended to address maximum impervious surface area and building coverage area regulations. The ame...
Ordinance Proposal: Amending the Zoning Map by Rezoning Certain Land in Apple Valley
Summary: This rezoning relates to a request by Menard, Inc. to rezone 46.44 acres from “I-2” (General Industrial) to “PD”...
Ordinance Proposal: Amending Chapter 91 Animals for the Purpose of Creating Separate Code Provisions for Dog and Cat Violations Enhanced Penalties
Summary: Chapter 91 of the City Code governing dog & cat regulations is amended to create separ...
Ordinance Proposal: Amending Chapter 155 Appendix F Article 2 Regulating PD 290
Ordinance Proposal: Amending Chapter 155 Appendix F Article A28 Regulating PD 703
Link to Video
Link to Video Index Page
Apple Valley Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee meetings are indexed and hosted by a video webstreaming service. To find past Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee meeting videos, click on the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee tab. Link to Vi...
Check out the latest news happening at the Apple Valley Police Department with their weekly newsletter Off the Cuff.
The Apple Valley Police Department publishes a weekly newsletter called Off the Cuff which gives a snapshot of calls for service officers respond to each and every day.