COME TUESDAY! Learn about new City promotions and projects in Stewartville. There are new projects every direction of the City, and we want YOU to know what’s happening.Read More
It is important for all parents and caregivers to be aware of the potential hazards of snow play involving snow forts, tunnels and tall snow banks by the City streets. Please speak to your kids about staying back from roads and not play in snow piles along the streets, digging tunnels due to potential to collapsing. This also pertains to the large piles at Bear Cave Park, please stay off – stay safe!Read More
Steve Denny, owner of Steve’s Auto & Truck Repair on 211 Main St. S, grew up in Stewartville since he was a toddler in 1961 and has always liked the small-town feel. As a kid, with his mom and brother he helped out at his dad’s service station, at first pumping gas. He started performing minor fixes on vehicles and “shop work” when he was 12 and continued through Spring 1981, when someone else took over operating the building, and Denny’s dad took a job with the school district.Read More
Josh Arndt took the oath of office as the new member of the Stewartville City Council last week.Read More
“A+” is short and easy to read and remember, especially considering that the staff at A+ Nails and Alterations in Stewartville strive to consistently be “awesome, outstanding, and perfect. Customer satisfaction is our priority,” says owner, Tri Nguyen, a perfectionist and lifelong lover of arts and crafts.Read More
GOOD NEWS: Stewartville’s Leaf Pickup Program will be starting on Monday, October 15th!!
Description of Program for New Residents: Rake your leaves into the City street & Stewartville will pick them up. Please remember to keep them away from the Storm Water Drains.
If you’re still not sure where the dog park is, here is a map to help!Read More
Fire Prevention Week Open House Wednesday, 10/10 from 5pm-8pm at the Stewartville Fire Station. Join in for a tour of the station, exploration of the fire trucks for kids, Q&A with the fire fighters. Also, the SFD Stair Climb team will serve brats or hot dogs for $5 with chips and a pop. Proceeds will go to the American Lung Association’s 2018 Fight for Air Climb. Thank you for your continued support!!Read More
Manufacturers are in the National Spotlight for October! The City and the Chamber of Commerce, Dropped Off Snacks as Thank You’s to Our Manufacturing Companies! #manufacturingweekRead More