Businesses in Anoka County, Minnesota, have a great asset to help them stay competitive: the I-35 technology corridor. This area offers excellent fiber capacity with multiple operators and access. The City of Anoka has also contracted with Republic Services to provide recycling services, and customers can find a schedule and list of recyclable items on the Republic Services website (PDF).To find job postings, businesses can check the Anoka County Union, the city's website under the heading Anoka Jobs, the City Hall lobby monitor, and the city's Facebook and Twitter accounts. Additionally, AMU Billing representatives are available at 763-576-2750, option number 3, or in person at Anoka City Hall to see if businesses qualify for any type of agreement.
To find out your electoral district and polling place, contact the Anoka County Elections Department at 763-576-5275 or the City Clerk's office at 763-576-2712. Recently, Jody Rieck and Mia Thomton from the NTIC met with MN Waste Wise to learn about the Anoka County business recycling grant process and identify a waste carrier that could be adapted to organic composting. This was done to ensure that businesses had all the necessary tools to undertake this new initiative. In today's competitive business environment, it is essential for companies in Anoka County to stay up-to-date with the latest technology. By taking advantage of the I-35 technology corridor and other resources available in the area, businesses can ensure they are well-equipped to remain competitive.