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City News + Highlights
November 21, 2016 By City of Wabasha
The city can now accept credit card payments for utility bills and permits/licenses. There is a transaction fee for each payment. Click on the links below for complete information and fee schedule. gov-pay-fee-schedule govpaynet-terms-of-service To make a payment click on the links at the bottom of our home page.
October 6, 2016 By City of Wabasha
The Final City of Wabasha comp plan is available to view, click on the link below. This is a pdf file so you will need Adobe Acrobat in order to view. Final Draft Plan 2016
June 10, 2016 By City of Wabasha
Click on the following link for updates on the 2016 Street Project: https://www.bolton-menk.com/city-wabasha-2016-street-improvement-project
March 29, 2016 By City of Wabasha
Voting – Exercise Your Right The City Clerk’s and elections office is available to answer your questions about voter registration, absentee voting and elections. You can register to vote on-line at the Secretary of State’s website: www.mnvotes.sos.state.mn.us/VoterRegistration. To complete registration on-line you must: Be eligible to register and vote in Minnesota Provide an email address […]
June 3, 2010 By City of Wabasha
Wabasha is one of the oldest cities on the entire upper Mississippi River and has been occupied continuously since 1826.
May 17, 2010 By City of Wabasha
Our Vision is for all Wabasha/Kellogg residents to be “Feeling Better Every Day”! Our Mission Statement is “To encourage wellness of mind, body and spirit among Wabasha/Kellogg residents of all ages.” Wabasha is proclaimed Minnesota’s first ‘Governor’s Fit City’.