Water Assistance Program

The Minnesota Department of Commerce has a new water assistance funding program that will be available beginning on October 1, 2021.
The new 2021-2022 Energy Assistance Program (EAP) applications are now available. This application is can be downloaded from Three Rivers Community Action web page at…/def…/files/three-rivers.pdf.
The water funds are available to those customers with past due accounts, disconnect notices or shut offs. The grant amount can pay for past due ,current water, wastewater usage charges, fees, and deposits to ensure continuity of service on behalf of eligible residential customers.
Water funding will be available on October 1, 2021. The funds are limited and will be first come first served, eligible households should start applying as soon as possible.
October 15th, 2021|Categories: News|

Determination Regarding Conducting Meetings by Telephone or Other Electronic Means

September 30th, 2021|Categories: Covid-19 Updates, News|

Wabasha Port Authority Announces Loans at ZERO percent interest for businesses located within the City of Wabasha

Wabasha Port Authority Announces Loans at ZERO percent interest for businesses located within the City of Wabasha. Loan funds are available for business start-ups, expansions, and special need projects. Click here to obtain the loan fund guidelines and application, or stop by City Hall. Program’s interest rate is subject to change annually.

Contact Cathy Enerson, Port Authority staff, at with questions, and to submit an application. For additional business program information visit the Port Authority’s Business Assistance page.



September 29th, 2021|Categories: News|

Parks Survey – Please provide input on our City Parks!

The City of Wabasha is updating its Park Plan and wants to hear from you! We want to understand how the park system currently meets the needs of the community and areas where the park system can improve. Your input will guide future improvements to the City’s park and recreational facilities. This 10 minute survey will help the City of Wabasha plan the future of the park system to compliment our thriving community. Your responses are greatly appreciated! To take the survey, CLICK HERE. The survey will close November 15th, so make sure to take the survey right away!

  • Beach Park
September 28th, 2021|Categories: Featured, News, Parks|

New Combo Unit Jetter/Vacuum Truck

Thank you to the Public Works Team for the often unnoticed work of maintaining the City’s water/sewer infrastructure. The new combo unit jetter/vacuum truck is working efficiently. You might see crews cleaning out our main sewer lines throughout the summer and fall. Watch for it at a manhole near you!


August 18th, 2021|Categories: News|

Wabasha County community transmission increases to “Substantial”

Find community transmission levels by county: CDC COVID Tracker 

As of the period ending Aug. 3, Wabasha County is experiencing substantial transmission. Follow the Wabasha County Public Health Facebook Page and the Wabasha County Website for updates.  

Can I get a vaccine?

If are you looking for a COVID-19 Vaccine, call Wabasha Public Health at 651-565-5200.  You can also visit the Minnesota Department of Health website to find a vaccination clinic near you.

Get your Shot. Get $100! Eligibility begins July 30. 

Should I wear a mask again? The MDH and CDC recommend everyone, both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated, wear a mask in the following situations: 

  • Public indoor settings in areas with substantial or high transmission 
  • Areas at high risk of COVID-19 spread or complications from COVID-19 infection, such as: 
  • Schools 
  • Health care settings 
  • Homeless shelters 
  • Correctional facilities 
  • If you are immunocompromised or at increased risk for severe disease from COVID-19 including: 
  • Older adults 
  • Those with certain medical conditions such as diabetes, overweight or obesity, and heart conditions. Immunocompromised people, even if fully vaccinated, should talk to their health care providers for other specific recommendations. 
  • If you live or frequently interact with someone who is immunocompromised, not fully vaccinated, or at an increased risk for severe disease from COVID-19 
August 5th, 2021|Categories: Covid-19 Updates, News|

Notice Concerning City of Wabasha Brush Dump Site

This is a reminder to the public that the Wabasha brush dump located at: 2206 Hiawatha Drive East, is for CITY OF WABASHA RESIDENTS ONLY!  Wabasha city limits end near the city sewer plant.  For those who live on the Sand Prairie, yes, your driver’s license may read Wabasha as the nearest city, but that does not mean you live in Wabasha City Limits.  We have had an increased amount of brush coming from the Sand Prairie.  If you are caught on camera, you will have to deal with the consequences.  Greenfield Township has informed us that they share the brush dump in Kellogg, MN.   If you live on the Sand Prairie outside of Wabasha, please contact Greenfield Township for more information.

Thank you, Wabasha Public Works Department

June 30th, 2021|Categories: News|

Public Works Notice – Weed and Dead Tree Nuisances

The City of Wabasha would like to remind our residents to keep in mind two important city ordinances while taking proper care of their property for everyone’s safety. The following is a section from each ordinance concerning weeds and dead trees. If these issues are not taken care of by the property owner, the city can hire these services completed, and bill the property owner. You can get a copy of the complete ordinance from City Hall, or find it on the internet at
The word “weeds” as used in this section shall be construed to mean and include all noxious weeds as defined by the Statutes of the State of Minnesota and all such useless and troublesome plants as are commonly known as weeds to the general public.
420.03 NUISANCE:
All weeds growing upon any lot in the platted portion of the City of Wabasha to the greater height of one foot, or which have gone or about to go seed, are hereby declared to be a nuisance and dangerous to the health, safety and good order of the City.
Removal of Diseased or Dangerous Trees: Diseased and/or insect-ridden Trees, dead or injured trees deemed to be a health or safety hazard by the City Forester must be treated or removed so as not to constitute a health or safety hazard to the public or other trees or plants in the City.
May 20th, 2021|Categories: News|