News Archive

11 May 2018
Winnebago Community Garden
09 Apr 2018
Winnebago Girls Swim Team Opportunity

Attention all parents that have a young daughter/s between the ages of 6-16. This year your daughter has a great opportunity to come out and join the Winnebago swim team. Swim team is sponsored by the Girl Scouts. Each summer we have a team of girls that compete around the area in the event. This year the Winnebago Kids Fund has been more than gracious to donate funds so 10 girls can get their fee paid. If you or your daughter is interested in joining contact City Hall for more information    

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09 Mar 2018
Winneabgo Area Food Shelf information
09 Sep 2015
Northwest Area Street and Utility Project
Northwest Area Street and Utility Project

Northwest Area Street and Utility Project *Note - This page is under construction and will be updated as new information comes available. January 9, 2018 - Administrator Ziegler and City Engineer Winter present Bonding request to the Senate Capital Investment Committee at Minnesota State University, Mankato. November 2017, City applies for Small Cities Development Grant Funding October 2017, City Applies for State Bonding Funds   January 2016 Update - State Bonding Application and Legislator Contact Info. Click on the link above for the update and your legislators information.  Please contact them early and often.  Let them know we need their support!  State Bonding Application - October 2015 State Bonding Presentation - November 2015 On November 17, 2015 City Administrator Ziegler and City Engineer Winter made a presentation to the State Senate Bonding Committee at Minnesota State University-Mankato.   Open House Thurs Sept 17th 6 - 8 pm Open House Flyer  - Council Minutes   Beginning in Early 2013, the City Utility committee began work and discussion on improving this area of town.  Bounded on the South by 1st Avenue Northwest(also known as the Jackson Road) and on the East by US Highway 169, the area encompasses 25 city blocks.  Much of the infrastructure was installed prior to the 1940's and 1950's and has not been improved beyond spot repairs.  Existing water mains are mostly asbestos cement pipe and some residential service lines are made of lead.  Resdients experience flooding yearly in the spring due to shallow or failing storm water pipes.  The wastewater collection system is inundated with clean water due to cracks in the system and illegal stormwater connections.     August 26, 2015 - The City hosted a meeting with State Rep Bob Gunther, State Senator Julie Rosen, staff from the Minnesota Department of Health, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Minnesota Public Facilities Authority, Faribault County Soil and Water, City Staff and members of the Public to discuss the project and tour the area. March Informational Meeting March 24, 2015 Questions from March 2015 Informational Meeting Responses to Questions from March 2015 Informational Meeting March 2015 Letter From Northland Securities March 2015 Northland Securities Handout

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01 Oct 2013
Dumpster Program

Announcing our Dumpster Program. Each residence in Winnebago with a utility billing account is authorized to reserve a dumpster for one week. Read about the Dumpster Program Policy HERE . You must read the policy, sign the agreement, and return it to the city offices in order to reserve a spot on the calendar. Additional copies are available at City Hall in the vestibule and may be dropped in the after hours payment box. Please call (507) 893-3217 or email with questions.        

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25 Sep 2012
Snow Emergency Ordinance

Winnebago, Minnesota December 11, 2012TO RESIDENTS of WINNEBAGO:Effective 10-9-2012 The City of Winnebago has a Snow Emergency Ordinance.  Read more about it HERE.An official designation of a Snow Emergency will be announced on local radio station KBEW giving a start and ending time.  Addtional methods of notification may include KFMC and KSUM radio, KEYC televison, the City's website -, the City's Facebook and Twitter pages and the city's main telephone line or voicemail at (507) 893-3217.  The Snow Emergency event may be extended through an additional announcement.During emergency weather conditions (Snow Emergency) it is unlawful to park or leave standing any vehicle on any public street, avenue, or alley until the roadway has been fully and completely (curb-to-curb) cleaned.   Any vehicle which is left parked or standing on a public street during an emergency weather condition and in violation of this section is hereby declared a nuisance and shall be subject to a $25 fine and may be subject to impounding. If you have questions about the this ordinance, please call or email us.  Thank you    Chris ZieglerCity Administrator-Clerk-Treasurer  

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