Mendota Heights


Committee to explore relocating Henry Sibley stadium

Advocates want West St. Paul field moved to Mendota Heights


Looks like construction — it’s not

The Sibley Propane Facility, located off of Highway 13 and Riverside Lane, is being used as a temporary staging area by Q3 Contracting while it works on a natural gas pipeline replacement project in St. Paul. (Kaylin Creason/Review staff)

Mendota Heights propane facility a project staging area
The Sibley Propane Facility located near Highway 13 and Riverside Lane in Mendota Heights looked as if it was undergoing maintenance this week, with construction trailers and a fence set up at the site.


Southview Design breaks ground on new building

Southview Design, one of the top 25 fastest growing landscape firms in the U.S., hosted a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of its future facility in Mendota Heights June 2.


Mendota Heights officer Mario Reyes retires

Mario Reyes

After over 30 years of service, investigator ready to call it a career
Mario Reyes knew he wanted to be a police officer since middle school.
Now, after over three decades of living out his dream through the Mendota Heights Police Department, he decided his dream has been fully realized. For that reason, he recently announced his intention to retire from the force. His last day was May 28.


Finding ‘Sweetie the Chow Chow’ unites area pet lovers

Catherine Condon Gudio, right, and her daughter Paloma, 7, left, pose for a photo with the beloved Sweetie, a Chow Chow, welcoming the dog home with a small get together at Kaposia Landing Dog Park in South St. Paul, after she had been missing for five days. (Submitted photo)

Mendota Heights dog inspires online network for lost pets
When her family’s dog ran away, Catherine Condon Gudio turned to social media. She was soon overwhelmed by the community’s response to find Sweetie the Chow Chow.


Mendota Heights residents push for bigger dog park

After the Tuesday, May 13 meeting before the Mendota Heights Parks and Recreation Commission, one thing is clear: if the city’s going to build a dog park, one acre won’t cut it.


Pothole predictions

Many of the potholes on Robert Street in West St. Paul have been filled in, but the question is how well those patches will hold until the pavement dries and crews can apply hot mix for a more permanent solution. (photos by Linda E. Andersen/Review)

Could the growing number of craters in northern Dakota County roadways be a sign of an early spring? City officials aren’t so sure.
A number of cities say they’re holding off on patching potholes in earnest, and their reason seems rather bleak.


Mendota Heights signs off on pedestrian tunnel at Hwy. 110

In the future, pedestrians in Mendota Heights may need to adjust to life underground — at least for a brief stretch.
The Mendota Heights City Council approved a resolution at its Jan. 21 meeting to support Dakota County’s plan to add a pedestrian underpass at Highway 110 near Dodd Road. The underpass would be part of the county’s Mendota/Lebanon Hills Greenway Master Plan, which is intended to connect parks and communities with a series of trails.


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