Interested in serving your community? Consider filing for Council seats. Filing will be held between JULY 31ST – AUGUST 14TH. To file for come to City Hall, hours M-Th 7am-5pm & Fri 7am-12pm.Read More
The Stewartville Brush and Compost Disposal Site is now reopened after a 5 day shutdown to reorganize and catch up on cleanup. Signs have been posted that tell people what is allowed and where we would like it dumped. Please dump only what is allowed behind each sign(east side of signs). We also ask to make sure that nobody goes up to where the burn pile is. If people keep throwing brush on the burn pile it reignites and if the wind is out of the wrong direction causes smoke issues for the neighbors.
Thank you for your cooperation!
Check out the new “Welcome to Stewartville” sign recently built along Hwy. 30 just east of the city. An identical sign has also been placed along County Road 6 just west of Stewartville. The city’s public works department will complete the border work on the sign and add landscaping and solar lighting. The future is indeed bright in Stewartville!
credit: Mark Peterson – Stewartville Star
The Brush/Composite Site will be “temporary until further notice” closed starting Monday, July 9th. To allow for site clean up of the non-allowed debris, and the respective allowable areas can be better segregated with the associated signage.Read More
Celebrate Independence Day in Stewartville each year! From a co-ed volleyball tournament and Pets in the Park on Saturday, June 30th to a rockin’ street dance on July 3rd to Summerfest Runs, Arts in the Park, Stewie Cruisers Car Show, Fire Department’s Water Wars to the Grand Parade and Fabulous Fireworks to end the celebration on the 4th of July. You’ll find it all plus more at our annual Summerfest Celebration!!!Read More
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Memorial Day ceremonies will begin with the annual parade, scheduled to begin near the Griffin-Gray Funeral Home on Monday, May 28 at 10 a.m. The Stewartville High School Band, representatives of local veterans organizations, Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts are expected to march in the parade.
The short parade will end at Woodlawn Cemetery, where Jeremiah Oeltjen, a member of the Sons of the American Legion, is scheduled to lead the audience in the opening prayer.
Following the service at Woodlawn Cemetery, brief ceremonies will be held at St. Bernard’s Catholic Cemetery and at cemeteries at Pleasant Grove and High Forest.
Fires must be contained in a fire ring.
Only unpainted & untreated wood, coal, or charcoal may be burned.
Material to be burned must be limited to a pile no larger than 3 feet in diameter by 3 feet height.
No person shall conduct, cause or permit open burning of leaves, yard waste, garbage, oils, rubber, plastics, chemically treated materials or other materials which produce noxious smoke such as tires, railroad ties, chemically treated lumber, shingles, tar paper, insulation, composition board, sheet rock, wiring, paint or paint filters.
Fire is not allowed to smolder with no flame present.
The smoke from the fire must not disturb the neighbors.
Must completely extinguish the fire.
All ash must be removed to a permitted solid waste facility.