Posts by bgood:

    The April Newsletter Is Now Available

    March 30th, 2020

    To read the latest news, click April Newsletter.

    Previous newsletters can be found on our website by clicking Archives.

    To sign up for communication updates from the City of Carver, click Communications.

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    Carver County Library Closed

    March 18th, 2020

    Carver County libraries and their express library locations will be closed from March 18 – March 27, 2020.

    Visit the Library’s website at and Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts for online opportunities to connect during this closure.

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    The 2020 Census is Happening Now

    March 18th, 2020

    Homes will begin receiving their invitation to respond to the 2020 Census between March 12-20.  These official Census Bureau mailings will include detailed information and a Census ID for completing the Census online.

    For more information about the Census, visit the United States 2020 Census website.

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    The Street Sweeper Will Be Coming To Your Neighborhood

    March 17th, 2020

    The Street Sweeper will be coming to your Neighborhood

    Please have all vehicles off the streets when the sweeper is in your neighborhood.  The sweeper has a difficult time cleaning all the debris from the street when maneuvering around parked vehicles.

    Click to review the street sweeping zone map.

    Zone        Dates
    Zone 1 ~  March 18 – 23, 2020
    Zone 2 ~  March 20 – 25, 2020
    Zone 3 ~  March 24 – 27, 2020
    Zone 4 ~  March 30 – April 3, 2020
    Zone 5 ~  April 1 – 10, 2020


    Street sweeping is one of the most cost-effective ways used to remove sediment, metals, petroleum products, trash, and vegetation that accumulates on streets, construction sites and parking lots.  If these toxins are not removed, they will make their way into the storm drains and into our streams and waterways.  Keeping the storm drains clear not only helps to mitigate water pollution, but also reduces the likelihood of flooding during heavy rain. If you have any questions, contact  – Thank you!

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