With pandemic restrictions easing, the city announces some openings including playgrounds and some fields. But the splash pad is closed for all of 2020.
One Year of West St. Paul Reader
We’ve worked hard over the past year to help our neighbors know what’s going on in West St. Paul. Help us celebrate!
West St. Paul Reflections: Signs of Spring
There are a lot of new signs in the midst of this pandemic, many of them less than encouraging. But there are also signs of hope.
City Council Recap: May 11, 2020
The West St. Paul City Council met digitally this week and discussed a food truck ordinance, some routine items previously passed, and the art park.
City Council Preview: May 11, 2020
Monday’s City Council meeting will include a new food truck ordinance, a public hearing on the Thompson Oak townhouses, and a grant for FoodSmith.
The WPA in West St. Paul
You can find traces of history in West St. Paul with a few remnants of the Works Progress Administration.
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