Welcome to the Robbinsdale Chamber of Commerce, organized to
promote Robbinsdale.

We’re here to serve, support and encourage the development of
member businesses and to create partnerships for the mutual
benefit of members and the community.

Learn about membership!
Our Mission Statement –
to provide opportunities to improve the Robbinsdale business climate through networking, community involvement, business
promotion, business education, improved communications and as a partner with the city in community revitalization efforts.
Jill Steinhauser
President – 2020
The Steinhauser Group
733-504-0100
Colleen Patterson
Vice President – 2018
Dragonfly Designs Web
763-536-5907
Mark Morris
Treasurer – 2018
Citizens Independent Bank
763-302-3215
Dave Kiser
Secretary
CCX Media
763-533-8196
 
 
 
 
David Bjorkquist
2020
Heart of Robbinsdale
763-533-2522
Amanda Carlyle
2020
Wicked Wort Brewing
763-504-9977
Lindsay Daniels
2018
Go Health Chiropractic
763-533-9997
Marcia Glick  
City Representative
City of Robbinsdale
763-531-1258
Charlotte Hoes
2019
Copperfield Hill
763-277-1001
Fred Johnson
2018
McAlpin Insurance Agency
763-788-9274
Kyle Olson Patterson
2019
McDonald's
763-535-9100
George Selman
2019
Bark & Bathe
763-203-3889
Pam Stalheim-Lane
2019
Faith-Lilac Way
763-537-4523
Francine Wilson
2020
Be Well Therapies
612-805-0811
LUNCHEON INFORMATION

The next luncheon will be
Tuesday  November 28, 2017
Noon at Wicked Wort Brewing

click here for details
Sign Up To Receive E-Notifications --
The City of Robbinsdale’s website, www.robbinsdalemn.com, is a great source for news and information for residents and businesses, including
learning about proposed ordinances. Residents and businesses can sign up to receive proposed ordinances, weekly newsletters, city council
packets and other information through email by signing up for e-notifications at
www.robbinsdalemn.com/enews.

Topics include –

Weekly News Update – a weekly newsletter with updates and meeting/events schedule for the following week.

Council Agendas

Notification of Second Readings – notices of ordinances being considered for adoption such as license changes, etc.

REDA Agenda – most redevelopment projects would be on the Robbinsdale Economic Development Authority agenda in
addition to a City Council review of planning aspects.

Crime Alerts
BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2017-2018