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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.
Come and enjoy our HUGE City Wide Garages Sales this week!Read More
The City of Stewartville has a BIG week:Read More
The Stewartville EDA is looking for input from residents! The EDA is hoping to gain a better understanding of the amenities that you’re especially fond of as well as improvements that you would like to see made to benefit the future of the City. Please take a couple of minutes to fill out this brief survey that will help us work toward an even brighter future.
There are physical copies available at City Hall for anyone that prefers a paper copy.
A quick update on the Dog Park.Read More
The City of Stewartville will now begin to post our Council Meetings in video on YouTube. We want to demonstrate transparency and accountability; it also provides real-time and accurate information to citizens quickly and efficiently. Our goal is to encourage more citizen involvement. Please enjoy our April 10th Meeting, and going forward all videos will be posted the day after a council meeting. Council Meetings are always the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 7pm.Read More