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SNOW EMERGENCY HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR CITY OF WABASHA

SNOW EMERGENCY HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR CITY OF WABASHA
With the current weather conditions/predictions, the City of Wabasha is issuing a snow emergency for Sunday, January 24, 2021. Plowing operations will begin Sunday at 2am and continue until all streets and alleys are cleared.
Residents are reminded that parking is prohibited on any city street or alley when an Emergency Snow Removal is issued.
These snow emergency parking regulations well be in effect until streets are cleared of snow to the curb line. Any vehicle parked in violation may be ordered removed and towed. Alternate off-street parking for downtown areas is located under the bridge on Main Street and Second Street and across from the Public Library.
Snow emergency parking regulations are intended to increase the efficiency of snow plowing operations and to help ensure the safety of snowplow operators and the general public. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.
January 23rd, 2021|Categories: News|

Street Commission Vacancy

Would you like to help the City of Wabasha make decisions on street improvements, parking issues, capital equipment purchases, project lists, signage improvements and much more? If so, the City of Wabasha Street Commission has one vacancy to be filled. We are looking for the right candidate to fill those shoes. Volunteering your time to serve on our boards & commissions, helps guide our fine city in the correct direction and plan for the future. Previous knowledge in Public Works functions is preferred. You must be a resident within Wabasha City limits. The Street Commission meets monthly on the first Tuesday of every month at 8:30AM.  If you are interested, please contact City Hall to request an application to be a member of our boards/commissions or simply print, fill out the application, and drop in our City Hall drop box or the drop box located at the Wabasha Post Office.

Application for Appointment to City Board or Commission

December 2nd, 2020|Categories: News|

Park Board Vacancy

Would you like to help the City of Wabasha make decisions on Park improvements, park land acquisition, equipment purchases, comprehensive and park plan updates and project lists? If so, the City of Wabasha Park Board currently has one vacancy to fill. We are looking for the right candidate to fill those shoes. Volunteering your time to serve on our boards & commissions helps guide our fine city in the correct direction and plan for the future. Previous knowledge in Park functions is preferred. You must be a resident within Wabasha City limits. The Park Board meets on the third Wednesday of every month at 1PM. If you are interested, please contact City Hall to request an application to be a member of our boards/commissions or simply print, fill out the application, and drop in our City Hall drop box or the drop box located at the Wabasha Post Office.

Application for Appointment to City Board or Commission

December 2nd, 2020|Categories: News|

City Hall Closed Until Further Notice

Due to the rising cases of COVID-19 in our community, effective Monday November 9, 2020 the City Hall Building will be closed to the general public until further notice. If you need to make your utility payments, we ask that you mail your payments or drop payments into one of our payment drop boxes. We have one conveniently located here at City Hall as you pull into our parking lot or on the corner of the Post Office downtown. You can also make payments online using our payment portal which can be found at the bottom of our home page. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

November 6th, 2020|Categories: Covid-19 Updates, News|

Polling Location Change for Ward 3

There is a polling location change for residents in Ward 3.  The new polling location will be at the Fire Station-113 Hiawatha Drive West.  Free Transportation will be available to those who are need due to this change.  Pickup site will be at Maple Grove Apartments to the Fire Station from 8am-7pm.  Last pickup time from Maple Grove to the Fire Station will be at 6:30pm.

With Election Day on November 3, 2020 approaching quickly, we want to ensure you are prepared to vote.  Please take the time to review the details below.

City of Wabasha Election Polling Locations:

  • Ward 1 – Fire Station – 113 Hiawatha Drive West
  • Ward 2 – City Hall – 900 Hiawatha Drive East
  • Ward 3 – Fire Station – 113 Hiawatha Drive West
  • Ward Map-helps to determine your voting polling location

For more voting information on the “How-To’s” you can visit the Secretary of State website listed below

 

October 7th, 2020|Categories: News|

Volunteers Needed

The Public Works Department is looking for volunteers to help take care of the flower beds located in Vet’s Park and Isaac Walton Park. If you are interested, please contact Wabasha Public Works Department at 651-565-3404, or email us at pwdirector@wabasha.org

June 30th, 2020|Categories: News|

City Parks are now open

Beginning Friday May 22, 2020, City Parks are open for use which include: Isaac Walton Park, Malone Park, Bruegger Park, Heritage Park, Athletic Field Park, Beach Park, and Schmidt Park. There is still some work to be done at the Pool and Athletic Field restrooms which will be opening Tuesday May 26, 2020. Please practice social distancing and follow all COVID-19 guidelines when visiting any of our City Parks. You will also need to bring your own hand sanitizer for your own personal use. A reminder that the water in the restroom sinks are NOT heated. Enjoy using our City Parks and stay healthy and safe!

 

May 22nd, 2020|Categories: News|

No Wake Zone in place

Reminder for river traffic, the no wake zone enforcement period begins Memorial Weekend, May 22, 2020.  The City of Wabasha no wake zone is from the upper Parkside Marina rock point, extending downriver to Bailey Avenue, just below the National Eagle Center.  Markers have been placed on the Minnesota side of the Mississippi River marking these areas, along with signage on the shore.  Please be mindful of this area and follow all No Wake Zone requirements while traveling up and down the river in this section.  Law Enforcement will be monitoring boat traffic through the entire summer until the end of Labor Day weekend.  Have a great boating season and let’s all be safe out there.

May 21st, 2020|Categories: News|