Welcome to the City of Falcon Heights, Minnesota!

Falcon Heights - The City That Soars!

Located just ten minutes from both downtown St. Paul and Minneapolis, we are the home of the Minnesota State Fair, with nearly two million visitors a year, and the University of Minnesota St. Paul Campus, whose wide open agricultural fields give our community a rural feel in the heart of the Twin Cities metropolitan area.

Falcon Heights was incorporated as a village in 1949 and became a city in 1974. The city occupies 2.28 square miles. According to the 2010 census, 5321 people of all ages live in our tree-lined neighborhoods.  Find out more about Falcon Heights by visiting our Community & Visitor Information.

Falcon Heights residents are encouraged to apply for openings on city commissions. High school students may be eligible for some of these openings. For more information, please contact City Hall at 651-792-7600. Applications are being accepted at City Hall. A commission application form may be downloaded here. City Commissioners are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council.

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See, Click, Fix. Report potholes, light outs and more from your phone! Learn how here at SeeClickFix.

How To Get Rid Of It. Need help finding out how to dispose of something that won't go in recycling or trash? Call the 24/7 hotline at 651-633-EASY! (651-633-3279). You can also check the Disposal Guide for Ramsey County.

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Falcon Heights, a Green Step City. Falcon Heights is proud to be one of four cities selected as a "Step Four" city in the Minnesota GreenCities program. Click here for more information, and more updates will be available soon.

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Please see our Resources for Homeowners page.

Park Improvement Plan: Interested in reading about the Park Improvement plan?  

Foreclosure Resources: If you are facing the loss of your home to foreclosure, you need act now. There are resources in Ramsey County to help you. No new workshops have been scheduled, but you can still find helpful numbers to call in this news story. Click for more.