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CITY OF LEXINGTON
COUNTY OF ANOKA
STATE OF MINNESOTA
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given, the( Lexington Planning & Zoning Commission will be taking comments and suggestions on the adequacy and effectiveness of the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Program (SWPPP) from May 1 through May 29, 2020.
Due to Covid-19 pandemic and Governor Walz executive order to “shelter-in-place,” the Planning & Zoning Commission will not be holding a public hearing this year; however, anyone wishing to make a comment on the SWPPP is invited to provide written or verbal comments until 4:30 p.m. on May 29, 2020. Comments may be received via phone call, in person, written letter, email, or our Facebook page notice.
(763) 784-2792 | 9180 Lexington Ave. Lexington, MN 55014 | Email | Facebook
There is a new scam making the rounds regarding the payment of Government stimulus checks. People have reported receiving a phone call stating that checks are ready and you need to verify your banking account information so they can be deposited.
DO NOT give any information to anyone that calls asking for this information, Checks will be automatically deposited based on the banking information from your 2018 or 2019 tax returns. If you do not have banking information listed, you will be mailed a paper check.
for information to protect yourself and/or report a scam you can contact the FTC at (202) 326-2222 or on their Website. For information regarding phone scams use this link to access the page directly.
To View this Information on the MN Employment and Economic Development Website CLICK HERE
On March 25, 2020, Governor Walz issued Executive Order 20-20, directing Minnesotans to limit movements outside of their homes from March 27 at 11:59 p.m. to April 10 at 5:00 p.m. to help slow the spread of COVID-19. We understand that you may have questions about how this will impact your employment, your employees, and your personal life. The resources below are meant to help you determine eligibility for Critical Sector worker exemptions and to answer other questions you may have.
Executive Order 20-20 provides an exemption for workers who (1) work in Critical Sector and (2) cannot perform their work duties from home. Below are steps to determine whether an employee qualifies for this Critical Sector worker exemption:
First, please refer to the federal guidance from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) [see page 3 for March 23 guidance]. If an employee fits into any of the CISA Guidance’s critical infrastructure workforce categories, then they qualify for a Critical Sector worker exemption.
Second, if an employee does not fall into one of categories listed in CISA Guidance, please carefully review the Governor’s Executive Order 20-20 for further guidance and additional categories of Critical Sector exempt workers.
Third, you can also determine eligibility for at Critical Sector worker exemption by searching by your 4-digit NAICS industry code. If an industry description is marked as YES in the Critical Industry column, then a worker in that industry qualifies for a Critical Sector worker exemption.
If an employee qualifies for a Critical Worker exemption based on the CISA Guidance, Executive Order 20-20, or the NAICS industry code list, and they cannot work from home, then they can leave home to work. Please note that Executive Order 20-20 requires all employees who can work from home to do so, even if they are eligible for a Critical Sector worker exemption. If an employee does not fit into any of the Critical Sector worker categories, then they must remain at home as directed in Executive Order 20-20.
If you still have questions about whether your business's workers are eligible for the Critical Sector work exemption after utilizing the resources above, please fill out this form, and we will work with agency subject matter experts to review and respond as quickly as possible with a determination.
Information is available online at mn.gov/stayhomemn to help answer questions you may have about how Executive Order 20-20 will impact your day-to-day routines.
We would ask that you review and share this information with your networks.
The COVID-19 pandemic is an extreme challenge for us all! We also recognize that this is when people need us the most. Our mission doesn’t change, if anything it becomes even more important. Our officers are committed to serving and protecting our three Cities as they know this challenge is also an opportunity to demonstrate once again our core values of “Serving with Courage and Compassion”.
Our primary concern is the safety and health of our community members, which includes our officers, first responders, and our underappreciated and heroic health care workers and EMS medics. Our officers and civilian staff members have families also; they are husbands, wives, parents, and children to others. An officer’s family is accustomed to being concerned about the safety of their loved one every time they leave to go to work, but this is different. They all know that our officers must continue to go into homes and places that others don’t, respond to medical and emergency calls, and even have to physically take people into custody who may be combative or ill. They are all very aware that this profession is no longer just a threat to their family member who is a police officer, but can be dangerous for them also. Please keep all of our responders and health care workers and their families in your thoughts and prayers!
I want to assure you that we have made many changes in the last several weeks to protect our officers and our community members. We have been working very closely with the City Administrators and Mayors of our three Cities and we all have been making changes literally every day as this situation evolves. Some of the changes you may or may not notice include:
We do not know how long this will last, this is all very fluid and we are doing our best to be flexible and to keep everyone updated.
The Centennial Lakes Police would like to thank you for the support you have shown and how you are caring for each other. These challenges always bring out the best in people, we are seeing that again across the country, and especially in our Centennial Lakes area community.
Please continue to care for and check in on each other, and live up to the reputation that the Cities of Centerville, Circle Pines, and Lexington are places full of caring and supportive people.
Please take care and stay healthy!
CLPD Chief Jim Coan
small businesses are now eligible for the SBA's Economic Injury
Disaster Loan Program and can apply online.
list of documents you'll need to provide to complete the
recommend you complete your application
online, do not mail them in. However, preparing these
documents before you go to SBA.gov/disaster will
streamline the process for you.
Join us and
learn about the SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan program.
Monday, March 23, 9 am: Register or 1
Tuesday, March 24, 9 am: Register or
1 pm: Register
Wednesday, March 25, 9 am; Register or
1 pm: Register
Thursday, March 26, 9 am: Register or
1 pm: Register
Friday, March 27, 9 am: Register or 1
training's will cover program eligibility, use of proceeds,
terms,filing requirements, and additional small business
resources. After registering you will receive the Skype webinar
log in information.
We will be
conducting these training's twice a day until demand is met. Spanish
language training's coming soon.
A couple of
points to know about SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans:
continue to share additional resources as they become available.
This is by no means an all-inclusive list, but we hope it gives you a
good starting point to get the help you need to deal with the crisis at
Local Partner Info
Federal Program Info
Treasury Department and IRS are extending the due date for Federal
income tax payments
due April 15, 2020, to July 15, 2020, for payments due of up to $10
million for corporations and up to $1 million for individuals -
regardless of filing status - and other unincorporated entities.
Associated interest, additions to tax, and penalties for late payment
will also be suspended until July 15, 2020. More info is available here.
For more on
SBA programs for the coronavirus, please visit www.sba.gov/coronavirus.
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To access the most current below information and included links, please go to Anoka County's Website Here
The Centennial Lakes Police Department is looking to hire a new Police Chief. The position is open until filled, but it is highly recommended that applicants apply no later than April 30, 2020.
Please read the information packet for all the details. CLPD Police Chief Recruitment Brochure.pdf
To apply CLICK HERE , additional information regarding the CLPD can be found on their website.
City of Lexington Proclamation and Declaration of Emergency.pdf
In light of the latest
Coronavirus diagnosis in Anoka County, Ramsey County, and Wisconsin we would like to offer you the below options for becoming informed. You can find information regarding it on the Anoka County website: www.anokacounty.us/covid19
or call the MDH hotline with any questions at:
Health officials have stressed the importance of all
Minnesotans continuing to do those things that can limit the spread of the
Minimizing the spread means relying on “non-pharmaceutical interventions”. That includes:
1. Staying home if you are sick.
2. Washing hands frequently and correctly.
3. Covering coughs and sneezes with a tissue or your elbow.
4. Disinfecting surfaces regularly.
5. Refraining from touching your face with your hands.
A person who has symptoms should
contact their physician or MDH at 651-201-3920.
The physician or MDH will advise the
person whether they meet the criteria for testing.
If so, testing would be arranged
with the individual and MDH being notified of the results.
If the results are positive, MDH
will contact the local public health department who will then provide essential
services to the individual while they are in isolation.
MN Health Fairview is now offering drive-up testing at some locations.
MN Compensation Flyer.pdf
2020 Census Community Involvement.pdf
City of Lexington
9180 Lexington Avenue
Lexington, MN 55014-3531
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
HOW TO FIND US
CENTENNIAL LAKES POLICE DEPT
54 North Road
Circle Pines, Minnesota 55014
LEXINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT
9055 Highway Drive South
Lexington, MN 55014
PUBLIC WORKS GARAGE
9100 Hamline Avenue
Lexington, MN 55014
Monday - Friday
6:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
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