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Jan172018

Super Bowl to Alter Some County Service Hours and Locations

Via an e-newsletter from Hennepin County:

Hennepin County remains open for business during Super Bowl events, although some services may be limited or moved to other locations.

The county continues to work closely with partner agencies to ensure a smooth experience for visitors, residents and employees who come downtown.

Hour and location details

Government Center, 300 South 6th Street, Minneapolis

  • All offices will remain open during normal business hours, including the service center.
  • District court at this location will hold emergency hearings only during the week of January 29-February 2. Suburban courts will remain in session.

Health Services Building, 525 Portland Avenue, Minneapolis 

Note: Emergency Mental Health services will be available around the clock, as usual. 

Other buildings

Parking

  • The parking ramp beneath the Government Center will operate 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. January 29-February 2. Several dozen public parking spots are based on availability. Parking will be open during the Open Appointment interview process on January 30, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The ramp will remain closed on weekends.  
  • Parking ramps at Hennepin County Library-Minneapolis Central and Target Field Station will operate regularly, with $15 event parking beginning at 5 p.m. 
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