Zumbro Falls is in Wabasha County. We are located at the intersection of State Highways 60 and 63 along the Zumbro River. The river is enjoyed all summer long for canoeing, tubing, fishing and camping. We have a population of 207 and are anticipating more growth. Our community consists of twenty two businesses, a cemetery and two city parks.
Zumbro Falls is an equal opportunity service provider and employer.
Plan now to attend the Zumbro Falls Vintage Sled & Swap on December 10, 2016. Special guest, Screamin Scott Eilertson! The Sled & Swap is included with the Christmas in Zumbro Falls event, scheduled for December 9-10, 2016.
The Council Minutes for July 13, 2016 have been posted on the 2016 Council Minutes page, for anyone wishing to review them.
Zumbro Falls City has elected to vote by mail ballot procedure in statewide elections as authorized under Minnesota Statute 204B.45. Please read the Mail Ballot Instructions and pre-register to vote. A public hearing was held on June 10,2015 to discuss voting by mail, information can be found in the council minutes for June 10, 2015 on the city website.
The Mazeppa-Zumbro Falls Messenger is a monthly paper that features local people, places and events. It is delivered free to individuals residing in 55956 and 55991 postal zip codes. Subscriptions are available for individuals outside of the area and can be obtained by contacting the Business and Subscription office, PO Box 125, Dennison, MN 55018 or calling 507-951-7417.
Enjoy outdoor seating! Zumbro Falls has added picnic tables along Hwy 63. Take a break, lunch time or leisure.
Are you interested in gardening? Zumbro Falls Community Gardens has 4 garden sites still available. For information and an application form visit the Zumbro Falls Community Garden webpage. Have a great growing season!
Zumbro Falls is proud of our Firefighters! They work hard to keep everyone safe. The 2015 Annual Report is located on the City Website along with the 2016 Roster. Anyone interested in joining the ZFFD visit the Zumbro Falls Fire Department page.
Springtime can bring flooding issues. You can find local Zumbro River flood information at http://waterdata.usgs.gov/mn/nwis/uv/?site_no=05374000&PARAmeter_cd=00065,00060.
Hiawathaland Transit is looking to expand into the Zumbro Falls area. Do you need a ride to the clinic, grocery store, or work? Do you struggle getting your child to/from pre-school or home after school activities? Does your middle schooler or high schooler need rides in the summer to the pool or library? These are some of the ways that Hiawathaland Transit can help. Hiawathaland Transit is available to everyone, for any reason. Every year, we transport thousands of individuals (seniors, adults, children, persons with disabilities) in Wabasha, Goodhue, and Rice counties to activities, shopping, clinic appointments, school, and work.
Due to the rising number of transportation requests, we are starting the process to bring Hiawathaland Public Transit to your neighborhood. The first step in the process is to survey the area for need. Please help us by completing the following survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HWTWAB If a computer is unavailable to you, surveys may also be filled out by calling the transit center toll-free at 866-623-7505. The survey takes less than a minute to complete.
The City of Zumbro Falls marks the 10th anniversary of the city water tower and water distribution project this summer – 2016. The project cost was about $2 million. To learn more visit the ZRV History and News page at Zumbro Falls – Water Tower, Water and Sewer Project 2006.