The Ortonville High school in cooperation with the Ortonville clean-up committee is offering a one-day tree branch and leaf service to citizens of Ortonville. The School has setup an online form to complete at this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfcmzVvF2R8POJz7kr2K23w8wx_MmWtFoPdttf68puywO6XbA/viewform
The Big Stone County Office of Emergency Management is working with U-Spatial at the University of Minnesota Duluth to update the county’s Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan (MHMP). The plan assesses the natural hazards that pose risk to the county, such as tornadoes, straight line winds,… Continue Reading “Public Input Wanted!”
The City Crew has completed their work – you can resume normal water usage. Thank you!
As the swimming pool season comes to an end on August 19th, the following are the August Pool hours. Please note that there will be no weekend hours. Thank you!
Effective immediately, the City of Ortonville is implementing even-odd water sprinkling restrictions until further notice. The city is now included in a drought warning as defined by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Drought Action Plan. Sprinkling restrictions: Sprinkling lawns is NOT allowed from… Continue Reading “Announcement: Water Restrictions”
And thank you to Tonya Barnhardt for sharing some photos of the work!
We’ve listed the Parks below along with the areas that are maintained. When giving your idea or recommendation (or both on multiple parks!), please include which park you’d like to see the activity within. We appreciate you taking the time to let us know… Continue Reading “Parks: Do you have an Idea and/or Recommendation?”
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”