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City Council Summary
  A quick summary of city councilactions following meetings.  

Crystal Community Event Email Notifications
  Get alerts regarding important dates, programs and events hosted or sponsored by the City of Crystal. Subscribers receive an alert 10-14 days before any important date, program or community event sponsored by the City of Crystal or its partners.  

Crystal Connection Newsletter
  A quarterly, seasonal newsletter that includes city headlines, community events and information about community development, public safety, recreation, public works and the environmental. It also includes important contact information, meeting schedules and links for more information.

Snow Parking Restriction Email Notifications
  Receive an email announcement whenever the City of Crystal declares snow parking restrictions. These restrictions are declared for snowfalls of 1.5 inches or greater.
During these events, parking is prohibited on public streets or alleys until they have been plowed edge to edge and the snow restrictions removed. Cars parked on streets during snow emergencies will be tagged and towed at the owner's expense. 
Snow restrictions are announced on local radio, TV and cable TV stations as well as the city's website.

Utility Reconstruction Project Newsletter
  Subscribe and receive the Construction Newsletter in a PDF format via email for this year’s utility reconstruction project. Please note: Even if you sign up to receive an electronic copy, a hard copy will still be delivered to each property in the project area when new editions are released.

Woodland Habitat Restoration Project Notification
  Crystal’s Environmental Quality Commission (EQC) is leading a Woodland Habitat Restoration Project and volunteers are needed.

In 2023, the project group is focusing efforts on Hagemeister Pond Natural Area. The group meets at the Hagemeister Pond gazebo on Thursdays, May through July, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. to spread seeds; plant bulbs, seedlings and trees; and remove invasive species like buckthorn and garlic mustard, between the gazebo and pond.

Participants should wear long sleeves, closed toed shoes, and pants. Gloves, safety glasses and tools are available. Participants are welcome to bring their own.

The EQC is a group of citizens working to improve awareness and support efforts related to environmental resources in Crystal.


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