Attention residents of the City of Ortonville! On May 14 and May 15, the City will conduct the Annual Cleanup Ortonville Day! The City will provide several large dumpsters in which you may bring many of those things you have been wanting to get… Continue Reading “City-Wide Cleanup Day”
The application deadline is 5:00 p.m. Friday, April 9, 2021. For details see our Job Openings page: https://mnortonville.com/job-openings/
Missouri River Energy Services (MRES) was notified that the Southwest Power Pool (SPP) declared an Energy Emergency Alert (EEA) Level 3 starting this morning at 6:15 a.m. The emergency alert means that electric generation in the region is not sufficient to meet the extreme… Continue Reading “Southwest Power Pool Calls Emergency Alert Level 3”
The ice rink opened today and the lights will be on tonight for evening skating.
Big Stone County has approved Big Stone Area Growth (BSAG) to administer the $250,000 available for businesses & non-profits within the County. Application Deadline is February 8, 2021 Funds will be awarded by March 15, 2021 for Application & Guidelines go to the MNbump.com… Continue Reading “NEW! Business & Non-Profit Relief Grants”
There have been a few wondering where and how to vote in the City of Ortonville. Ortonville Precinct 1 voters can vote in person at the armory building. (or use the County website link below for other options) Ortonville Precinct 2 voters are now… Continue Reading “Voting – How to Vote in Ortonville”
You can pick up your free light bulbs at the City Office!
The Swimming Pool will open this Wednesday, July 1st, from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. The pool has a public Facebook Group where you can find all the latest information LINK: https://www.facebook.com/groups/716106108456982/ For information on all our parks, please check our Parks & Rec page,… Continue Reading “Pool will Open July 1st”
Please take notice that the City will be flushing hydrants today. Thank you.
There have been some questions about the brownish colored water the last couple weeks. The brownish color is caused by iron which is a secondary contaminant and the guideline to follow from MDH is .3 mg/l. Based on the samples that are taken several… Continue Reading “Water, New Water Mains & Flushed Hydrants”