Fridley

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The City of Fridley was incorporated in 1949 and established their initial water supply facility shortly after in 1956. Today, Fridley city water services 100% of the City’s population and comes from 13, 11 of which are they primary water supply wells. The wells pump from a variety of different deep aquifers including the Mt. Simon Sandstone, the Prairie du Chien Group, the Tunnel City-Wonewoc, the Jordan Sandstone, and a buried sand and gravel aquifer, which is closer to the surface.

The City also obtains treated water from the City of New Brighton under a beneficial re-use program. This program was reestablished in late 2018 after New Brighton’s new augmented treatment system went online.

The City of Fridley maintains 4 reservoirs and 3 filtration plants, in addition to their 13 wells. They are in the process of constructing the Locke Park Water Treatment Plant Improvement Project, which will improve the reliability and treatment of the municipal water supply, as well as provide benefit to the environment via power usage reduction and maximizing water re-use. Click here to view the 2018 Drinking Water Consumer Confidence Report. If you still have questions about Fridley’s drinking water after viewing the report, contact the Water Division at 763-572-3554 or PublicWorks@FridleyMN.gov.

In order to protect the City’s wells, the City of Fridley has developed a Wellhead Protection Plan, approved by MDH. Most recently, their Part 1 Plan was updated in 2018 and their Part 2 Plan was updated in 2019. Fridley was a founding member of the Anoka County Municipal Wellhead Protection Group, which formed in 1997. If you have questions regarding Fridley’s Wellhead Protection Plan, contact Fridley’s Wellhead Protection Manager, Jim Kosluchar, Public Works Director/City Engineer, at 763-572-3550 or jim.kosluchar@fridleymn.gov. For more information on Wellhead Protection Plans in general, refer to the MDH Source Water Protection webpage.

Be sure to check out the City of Fridley’s website (https://www.ci.fridley.mn.us/) and the links below:

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