Previously we notified you, that you would need to resign-up for our Winter Alert Service. At this time only NEW people (that have NEVER sign-up) to the Alert Service should to fill out a form. If you have signed up in the past, we will continue to use that information to Alert you of Snow Emergencies. If you have never signed up – Please find the forms at: http://stewartvillemn.com/media/Stewartville-Alert-System-Form-.pdfRead More
THE CITY OF STEWARTVILLE INVITES ALL COMMUNITY MEMBERS TO JOIN IN THE FESTIVITIES FOR OUR CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE.Read More
Kiwanis Club Sock Drive – With winter approaching, members of the Stewartville Kiwanis Club are thinking about the importance of warm feet. With that in mind, club members have scheduled a sock drive from Monday, Nov. 13 through Saturday, Dec. 2.
They invite local and area residents to bring brand new pairs of socks to Bremer Bank in Stewartville.
Fourth graders at Bear Cave Intermediate School, led by teacher Lynn Bussan, researched hurricanes for a science project and raised funds to help an elementary school in Texas recently damaged by Hurricane Harvey. The students raised $1,116.39, which was sent to Gilbert J. Mircovich Elementary School in Ingleside, Texas, a building badly damaged by the hurricane. #thefutureisbrightRead More
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.Read More
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.