The Saint Paul Police Department welcomes those who wish to make their voices heard in Minnesota’s capital city. Each year, hundreds of groups visit the city to protest, march and demonstrate—and our officers are there for all of them.

To help make sure people have a safe place to make their voices heard during the federal trial in downtown Saint Paul, the police department has established a public gathering space in front of the Warren E. Burger Federal Building (316 Robert St. N.).

The space is located on Robert Street North, between Fourth Street and Kellogg Boulevard and will be protected by Jersey-style barriers. Robert Street will be closed to vehicle traffic; pedestrians will be able to use the area.

Please see the information below for more information about making your voices heard in Saint Paul.

Making Your Voices Heard in Saint Paul

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Last Edited: January 12, 2022