• Hannah Kamath

Updates relating to the Chauvin trial


Safety Information, Street Closures, Trial Updates & More from the City of Minneapolis

  • The City of Minneapolis has created a dashboard for updates related to the Chauvin trial. You can find safety guides, mental health support, street closures, trial updates, and more information on the dashboard linked here.

  • The City of Minneapolis recommends you follow them on Facebook and Twitter to stay informed.

  • Metro Transit recommends signing up for rider alerts to stay up to date about any changes in routes here.


Government Services temporarily Relocating

  • Government Center: Access to the Government Center will be restricted to the operations of District Court for the duration of the trial. The Government Center Parking Ramp will also be closed to the public. Confirm current service hours and locations at hennepin.us. Many county services continue to be offered online, by phone, and in-person by appointment in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Domestic Abuse Service Center: On March 1, the provisional remote services access room in the Government Center—LL0720—will close. To access remote services, including advocacy, orders for protection, and safety planning, call 612-348-5073.

  • Plats: View service options. Beginning March 2, plat signing will relocate from the Government Center.

  • Probation: Beginning March 1, many probation services in the Government Center will relocate. Probation clients: contact your probation officer before any appointments scheduled at the Government Center. If you do not have your probation officer's contact information, email POConnect@hennepin.us. If your probation officer directs you to the Government Center, allow for extra time due to increased security measures and limited parking.

  • Property taxes: View service options. Make it easy and convenient by using online payment methods. Conventional payment methods are also available.

  • Sheriff’s Office: To access Sheriff’s Office services in City Hall, use the entrance on 4th Street.



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