The “Cat Trap King” Visits Earle Brown Elementary:

They call him the "Cat Trap King." Sterling Davis put his professional rap career on hold and is now singing a new tune. Davis became an animal advocate and shared his love for furry felines with students at Earle Brown Elementary.  The Atlanta rapper switched careers while working a temporary job at an animal shelter. During that time, he noticed not many men or blacks involved with animal shelters.  "When I went in, they were like, we've never seen somebody like you, doing this," Davis recalled.  Davis is trying to change that… Read More

The Connection

Halloween Party and Skeleton Golf in Brooklyn Center:  The Skeleton Scramble is coming up Saturday, October 19 at… Read More

Mayor's Minutes & More

Brooklyn Center Mayor’s Minutes:  It's a busy time of year in the city of Brooklyn Center. Mayor Mike Elliott sits… Read More

Brooklyn Center City Logo

City Meetings

To watch live and archived city meetings, or to view meeting documents, please click on the button below.

The website you are about to visit is not part of the CCX Media domain and is a third-party platform that was approved by the representing city.
Its setup, accessibility and security may differ from that of CCX Media.

Visit Brooklyn Center’s Website

Brooklyn Center City Council meetings replay at the following times on Comcast Ch. 16 and CenturyLink Ch. 8202: Tuesday 6:30pm; Wednesday 2:30am and 10:30am