Hi there, You are invited to a Zoom webinar. When: Apr 20, 2020 05:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada) Topic: City Council 4-20-20 If on your cell phone, you’ll need to download the Zoom App from your app store before clicking on the… Continue Reading “City Council LIVE on Zoom 4/20/2020”
Attention residents of the City of Ortonville!! On May 15 and May 16, the City of Ortonville will conduct the First Annual Cleanup Ortonville Day! The City will provide several large dumpsters in which you may bring many of those things you have been… Continue Reading “Ortonville City-Wide Cleanup Day”
Please help us as we plan for the 2020 Summer Rec Program!
March 23, 2020 The City of Ortonville will be closing the City Office, City Shop, Community Center and Public Rest Room to the PUBLIC effective at 8:00 A.M. March 24, 2020 until further notice. City staff will remain working and can be contacted by… Continue Reading “City Offices and building Closed To Public”
Thank you to the Ortonville Kiwanis for agreeing to represent Ortonville as the Complete Count Committee (CCC)! If you have questions, the core Kiwanis group assigned to this effort consists of Wanda Berry, John Thomas, and Vanessa Lhotka Meyer. Vicki Oakes of the Ortonville… Continue Reading “2020 Census – It is Important to our Community”
The City of Ortonville water department is looking for volunteers to have their home water tested for lead and copper. We need about 10-15 homes. The criteria are that it has to be from a hard water faucet that gets used regularly/daily. It has… Continue Reading “Looking for Volunteers – Home Water Testing”
You can pick up your free light bulbs and a calendar at the City Office!
It is coming up on that time of year again! Snow. REMINDER TO THE RESIDENTS OF ORTONVILLE PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON CITY STREETS BETWEEN NOVEMBER 1st AND APRIL 1st In accordance with City Ordinances, no person, except physicians on emergency calls or other such emergency… Continue Reading “Reminder! Parking Restrictions and Snow Removal”
Sorry for the inconvenience this may be causing!
Road Construction. Utility bill payments can be dropped off at the City Office (there is two-way traffic on Third Street in front of the Police Department now) or you can drop them at Cenbank or Minnwest Bank.