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Is there a registration deadline?
Unlike many states, you can wait until Election Day to register in Minnesota. However, we encourage you to register before Election Day—it will save you time at the polling place.
- The deadline to register online is 11:59 p.m., 21 days before Election Day.
- The deadline to register on paper is 5 p.m., 21 days before Election Day.
- Otherwise, you can register on Election Day at your polling place.
Click here to find out what Ward and Precinct you live in and where you vote:
Above information is from the Minnesota Secretary of State’s Website: sos.state.mn.us/registration_FAQs
Saint Paul Senate Districts and House Districts 64, 65, 66, and 67
St Paul Public Schools
Saint Paul Public Schools (SPPS) are in Independent School District (ISD) 625. The entire city is in one school district.
St Paul Fire Department (SPFD)
St Paul’s Bravest are on-call 24/7/365. When they are not training, fighting fires, helping to free motorists from car accidents, or providing immediate life-saving aid to people, they also give free blood pressure checks at the many Fire Stations around the City of St Paul. The interactive map link below takes you to the SPFD’s website where there is more information about the department at a click away.
St Paul Crime Statistics Map
St Paul Police Department (SPPD) breaks up the City of St Paul into 3 Districts (Western, Central, and Eastern) and further into Crime Statistics Grids. They track various crimes throughout the city. We are providing a Crime Statistics Map (you can find where you live according to it), and the link to the Crime Statistics of the SPPD.
Crime Analysis Information
All information related to Neighborhood Crime Incident reports is now available on the City of St. Paul’s Open Information Portal. You may use this link:
Report an Incident
This form will help us identify issues in your area – and address them quickly. Should a problem require urgent attention, please call us immediately at 651-266-8989. For a police emergency, dial 911.
All e-mail concerns will be investigated. If a violation is found, a compliance letter will be issued to the property owner. Depending on the type of violation, the City gives property owners time to resolve most violations; therefore you may not always see immediate results.
Types of incidents you can report:
Abandoned Vehicles (report after 48 hours)
Ask a General Question
Complaint about City Employee
Fair Housing Complaint
Fire and EMS
Loose or Protruding Manhole Cover
Parking and Parking Meters
Rental Property Complaint
Right of Way Obstruction and Signs
Taxi, Unlicensed Taxi
Traffic and Road Signs