Starting at about 12:30 PM today, September 19th, some people in the area of Paul St and Grace St will have limited or no water. It is unknown at this time how long the repairs will take. Thank you for your patience. City of… Continue Reading “Water Main Line Break Notice”
There will be a power outage on Friday, September 8th at 5 PM – for approximately 1 hour. Location: Pacific Avenue down the hill to the library area. Thank you.
Reminder to City of Ortonville utility customers that you can view your utility bill, see options to make a payment, and submit water and dual meter readings on the City of Ortonville website. (LINK: https://mnortonville.com/utility-payment-options/ ) Please turn in a dual meter reading each… Continue Reading “Reminder to Utility Customers”
The Park Board met at Nielson Park on August 9th at 6:00 p.m. And check out a few pictures from the work being done on Peninsula Park!
The Park Board will be meeting on August 9th (Wednesday) at 6:00 p.m. at Nielson Park. Please join us!
The Dog Park is currently closed until noon tomorrow (August 4, 2023) due to chemical application.
The newly formed MOB (Make Ortonville Beautiful) volunteers had their first-morning gathering today. If you are interested and able, they ask that you join them every Tuesday (or whatever Tuesdays you can). They meet at Lakeside Park at 8:00 a.m. and then disperse to… Continue Reading “Tuesday Morning Park Volunteers”
The City of Ortonville requests that all residential and commercial customers please read your water meters. Our computers connect to the meters to pull a reading once per month. As we all know, computers don’t always work the way they should. To make sure… Continue Reading “Please Read Your Water Meter in August”
The Park Board met last night at the Peninsular Park. The Park Board is planning to visit various parks throughout the community on a rotating basis for our meetings. The August meeting will be held at Nielson Park on August 9 at 6:00 PM.
There will be a power outage tomorrow, April 25th at approximately 8:30 a.m. for a couple of hours. Houses that will be affected are Monroe to Atlantic and 3rd Street to 5th Street.