Minneapolis Public Service Center briefly evacuated Thursday morning

The Minneapolis Public Service Center was evacuated Thursday morning. 

FOX 9's Bill Keller, who was in the building to cover the Minneapolis City Council meeting, said the building was evacuated before 9:30 a.m. People returned inside before 10 a.m., so the scheduled City Council meeting started about 24 minutes late.

A spokesperson for the Minneapolis Police Department said preliminary information indicates someone pulled a fire alarm, which led to the evacuation. There was no fire, and the Minneapolis Police Department did not respond to the scene. 

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.