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Please contact the City at 651-730-2704 or email Sue Barry for any assistance with this matter.
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From November 1 though April 1, city streets need to be free of parked vehicles during the hours of 12 to 5 AM or any time it snows two or more inches, day or night, until the streets are plowed. A good rule of thumb is to not park on city streets any time "measurable snow" is forecast.
Store your trash and recycling containers on the side or back of your house or garage, or inside the garage or a shed. If storing them in the front of your house is your only option, please call 651-739-5150 to learn about options available for screening. To report an issue with trash or recycling containers, please email Code Enforcement, call 651-702-5225, or complete the online Citizen Request Form.
During the Winter months, please place your trash and recycling containers at the bottom of your driveway, behind the curb line and just before 7 AM on trash collection day.
Oakdale's Recycling Information (PDF)
Register for recreation programs and activities using one of five convenient ways to pay. For more information, please call Oakdale Recreation at 651-747-3860.
If you are at 1584 Hadley Avenue after hours, using the speaker box located to the right of the main doors to City Hall will connect you to Washington County and, after providing some information to the County, a police officer will be dispatched to your location.
If you are at another location, from a phone, call 911 for any situation that requires the response of police, fire, or emergency personnel. This includes damage to property, parking complaints, traffic situations, suspicious activity, etc., as well as for emergencies.
The Oakdale Bark Park, the city's off-leash park for dogs, is located off 50th Street, between Helena Road and Heather Ridge Road.
Washington County. Visit Washington County's website.