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.
The Spring Creek Motocross Pro National – Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship will be held July 19 – July 23, 2017. Make plans now, 2017 Spring Creek Pro National Week Info.
Support our local Motocross Pros!
Practice and Games all held in Zumbro Falls. Tuesday nights beginning on Tuesday, May 16th at 6:30 pm at Cardinal Field; ages 5-15. Sign up sheet is located on the Falls Standard bulletin board. Check out the Zumbro Falls Youth Softball Facebook page for updates/cancellations.
If you are interested in swimming lessons this summer, the following link provides information. Remember – No Bus transportation for Hammond and Zumbro Falls this summer.
The Council Minutes for April 11, 2017 and the Board of Equalization minutes have been posted on the 2017 Council Minutes page, for anyone wishing to review them.
Checkout the Zumbro Falls Community Garden webpage to Apply Now
Zumbro Falls is offering community garden plots (approximately 16 ft x20 ft). $15/season fee covers:
- Turning over (tilling) at beginning of season
- Water supply
- Marked and assigned garden plots
- Opportunities to learn about sustainable growing techniques and healthy living
If you are interested in getting a garden plot, please check the Community Gardens webpage for an application form.
Please note – No transportation from Hammond and Zumbro Falls for swimming lessons this summer in Lake City; due to restructuring of the bus business. Please make other arrangements.
Zumbro Falls Fire Department 2016 Annual Report and 2017 Roster is posted on the City Website. The many hours of training, maintaining equipment, fund raising and responding to calls is greatly appreciated. Our volunteer fire department currently consists of 19 members. Anyone interested in joining can contact the department at email@example.com To view the ZFFD information visit the Zumbro Falls Fire Department page.
Thank You ZFFD for keeping us safe!
Please note the time change for the city council meeting; Zumbro Falls City Council meeting is the second Wednesday of each month beginning at 6:00 pm.
“Thank You” for your service.
Zumbro Falls January 2017 City Council meeting welcomed incoming council members and thanked out going members.
Bruce Heitmann begins his first term as Mayor. Sarah Jackson will serve as a Council member and Sue Eischens continues her service as City clerk.
Al VanDeWalker retires after 24 ½ years as Mayor of Zumbro Falls. As Mayor, he began serving in 1990 and terms ran consecutively thru 2010. He stepped back in to fill a mayoral vacancy in 2012 and completed two more terms. Looking back in history, beginning 1898 thru 2016, Al served as Mayor longer than anyone before him (Zumbro Falls Centennial Book, City Government information-chapter 4). Zumbro Falls has seen many challenges and changes during these years. Al’s leadership, dedication, determination, perseverance and hands on approach has surely been an asset to our community. Thank you!
Thank you to Kelly Preble for serving a term as a Council member.
Zumbro Falls Fire Department Election Results for 2017 are as follows:
- Fire Chief, Dan Preble
- Assistant Chief, Bruce Heitmann
- 2nd Assistant Chief, Nate Richardson
- President, Matt Fick
- Vice President, Scott Kennedy
- Secretary, Leon Sexton
- Treasurer, Ashley Kennedy
- Training Officer, Chris Conrad
- Assistant Training Officer, Ashley Kennedy
- Fire Relief members, Leon Sexton, Matt Fick, and Logan Deobald