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”
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!
NOTICE OF FILING For the November 3, 2020 Election for the City of Ortonville NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that candidates for the following elected offices must file between Tuesday, July 28, 2020 and by 5:00 P.M. on Tuesday, August 11, 2020, at the City… Continue Reading “Filing for Elected Positions”
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.
The City Crew is currently working to prepare the pool in the event that the City Council takes action this Monday to open the facility. City staff has been looking into the requirements to open under the COVID-19 guidelines, checking on available lifeguards, and… Continue Reading “Swimming Pool to be Discussed at Monday Council Meeting”
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”
I stopped up to the City Garage to see how day one had gone – wow! Successful. (They did ask what took me so long to stop up to help… I thought 2:00 – when the work was winding down was perfect timing! 🙂… Continue Reading “Day One, City-wide Cleanup! Success.”
With the Governor’s Executive Orders, playground equipment has been off-limits in the parks – but it was sure great to drive by Lakeseide Park and see that the woodchips have been replaced with pea rock – I can hardly wait to see kids back… Continue Reading “City Crew – great weather for some projects!”