Take a few minutes to watch and see why we are proud of our SFD!!Read More
Mayor King reading with Mr. Johnson’s 2nd Grade class!
Thank you for all you do, Mayor King!!
It won’t be long before the Holidays are upon us! Join us to kick off the Christmas Season the first weekend of December — the 1st through the 3rd.
Saturday night in the park, watch a lighted parade roll down the street. Cheer on the Just for Kixx dance teams as they perform a few routines. Fill up on the Boys Scout’s Chili and Hot Chocolate. Warm up by the bon fire. Shake hands with Santa. And be awed by beautiful fireworks!
Likely beginning some time next spring, Stewartville dog owners will be free to take their pets to a designated exercise area.
The Stewartville City Council, at its regular meeting last week, unanimously approved a list of rules and regulations for the dog park, to be located near the city’s brush dump and north of the wastewater treatment plant on 20th St NW.
Continuing to raise funds for an amphitheater at Bear Cave Park, the Stewartville Area Community Foundation will host the first annual Bear Cave BBQ and Music Fest on Saturday, Sept. 23 from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Please see Facebook posts for all the information.Read More
EXCITING NEWS: A new piece of handicap accessible playground equipment is now available for Stewartville families! Please come and check out the new swings at Meadow Park South/Kiddie Park!!!!!!Read More
Tuesday, August 1! NNO registration is open – if you’d like to host a block party in Olmsted County, please contact us at 507-328-6777. https://t.co/piUN11QAHNRead More
A monument to honor Stewartville’s firefighters is taking shape along Main Street.
Steve Wolf, assistant chief of the Stewartville Fire Department, is pleased that the memorial is nearly finished.
“We never had any landscaping at the new station, so this will add some color and texture to the front of the building,” he said. “We wanted to honor our firefighters. Hopefully it will be something that people will stop and take a look at, and reflect on firefighters in general…”
On Wednesday, June 28, the Stewartville, MN Park Board celebrated its receipt of a Twins Community Fund’s Fields for Kids grant that was received in 2016. We want to thank the Twins Community Fund for their generosity in assisting with the fencing of the Meadow Park ball fields.The Fields for Kids program, which has awarded more than $3.7 million in matching grants to local governments and non-profits since 1999, committed $6,000 to help the City complete the fencing for the park. “This project was absolutely necessary to ensure that children of all ages and skill levels would be able to utilize the fields,” said City Finance Director Barb Neubauer. “Without this grant, it’s likely that the renovations would have been delayed for another year.”
The total cost of the project was estimated at $21,758. In addition to the Twins Community Fund grant, the SYAA (Stewartville Youth Area Association) provided $4,500 to the project, the Park Board committed $7,000 from their budget and Stewartville Adult Softball gave the remaining $4,258.
CEDA, City of Stewartville and People’s Energy Cooperative help Podein’s Power Equipment accomplish an exciting expansion!!Posted on July 11, 2017 at 7:31 am
CEDA Team Helps to Secure $150,000 in Gap Financing for Expansion of Important Stewartville BusinessRead More