Water Conservation Efforts Encouraged for all Stewartville ResidentsRead More
We are notifying the public of the speed limit change on 10th St NW towards Bear Cave Park/School instead 45 miles per hour it is now 30. Also both sides west of 11th Ave NW instead of 55 miles per hour it is now 45 until the I-90 bridge.Read More
Stewartville Public Library hosts educational events
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The City of Stewartville MN EDA has started our new video series to keep citizens updated about various topics of interest!Read More
Stewartville’s Leaf Pickup Program will start tomorrow!!!!
Description of Program for New Residents: Rake your leaves into the City street & Stewartville will pick them up. Please remember to keep the leaves away from the Storm Water Drains.
Share your favorite Fall snapshot for a chance to win a gift card, 1st Prize $30-Fareway, 2nd Prize $20-2 Brothers or 3rd Prize $10-Cabin Coffee.Read More
We are excited to announce the new neighborhood playground located at Rolling Ridge Subdivision!!! (Behind Fareway) Feedback from the kids has been super positive…loving the slides and rock climbing features! Thank you to the Schumann Trust for donating the land. And to the Public Works crew that built the park. Pictured below is: Jason Welter and Dalton Wrage.Read More
Parks OPEN May 15th!! Tennis and pickleball nets will be installed this week!! The road to enter Bear Cave Park will continue to be closed until the road is firm enough to drive on. Water is not available yet to the parks; due to the below freezing temps at night, and with open aired bathrooms we need to wait until the weather permits. THINK SPRING!!Read More
Kindly note, with storms predicted in the coming months it’s important to keep our catch basins clear of leaves, debris and litter. Catch basins are designed to help reduce flooding and improve water quality of nearby surfaces. An often overlooked piece of street infrastructure, catch basins play a critical role in removing excess rainwater. With your help we can keep our catch basins clear, our water bodies clean, and our neighborhoods vibrant places to live, work and play!Read More