The Highway 60 Improvement Project will impact Zumbro Falls, since Highway 60 is also our Main Street. This project is expected to begin in Spring of 2022. To learn about the Project overview, Anticipated Schedule, Zumbro Falls Sidewalk Renderings and more visit https://hwy60improvements.com/?fbclid=IwAR0nTwNyLIz6Pqh_4wLJ16OB5FqlNhU1pjr2HXcA9Gp1rQlWdaK-iHH8hKc
Following guidance from state health officials to prevent the further spread of COVID 19, the Minnesota Department of Transportation has temporarily postponed all public meetings and in-person events. Public engagement remains a priority and we appreciate you joining us online to learn more about this project.
BURN BAN IN EFFECT – Campfires ARE allowed under this ban. Follow the link below to check current bans and restrictions anytime you are planning on burning throughout Minnesota.
ZFFD annual Halloween Open House. Don’t miss it, Halloween fun!!
The City of Zumbro Falls is cancelling the 2020 Christmas Festival. The City relies on local Businesses, Volunteers, Crafters and others to plan a successful and enjoyable event. This year is different with the covid19 pandemic. It is very difficult to find people willing to participate during this time. Zumbro Falls wants everyone to stay safe and stay healthy. Hope to see everyone next year December 2021!
Today marks 10 years since the 2010 flood that devastated Zumbro Falls. Homes and businesses were lost while the downtown was hit with the worst flooding in city history. Zumbro Falls survived. While most businesses and residents rebuilt, found housing and remained within the City, tough choices were made. Sadly others were forced to move on. Visit the City website News and History page to remember more. Zumbro Falls Strong!
5 Year Anniversary of the 2010
Looking for interested players for softball in the Zumbro Falls area.
The Zumbro Parkway Bridge, #3219, Preservation has been completed.
The project was started in April 2020 and completed in July 2020. In August 2014, the Minnesota Department of Transportation completed the Local Historic Bridge Report Executive Summary Bridge Number: 3219. Built in 1937, the bridge is located immediately south of Zumbro Falls; along County road 68 in a rural area of Wabasha County.
The Zumbro Parkway Bridge is significant as a representative example of a multi plate arch bridge featuring stone headwalls, wing walls, and railings. Due to the historic nature, any work on Bridge 3219 should proceed according to the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties (Standards) [36 CFR part 67] and The Secretary’s Standards with Regard to Repair, Rehabilitation, and Replacement Situations, as adapted by the Virginia Transportation Research Council (Guidelines). To learn more about the bridge history and the Minnesota Department of Transportation Historic Bridge Report visit http://www.dot.state.mn.us/historicbridges/bridge/3219/bridge-report.pdf
Take a scenic drive to Zumbro Falls and visit the bridge location, we can now enjoy a piece of history for many more years to come.
Zumbro Falls is cancelling our City National Night Out picnic this year. Due to Covid19 we are wanting to keep our Citizens and Business owners and Council members safe during this time. Thank you to everyone that works hard to make this a successful picnic each year.
We look forward to next year, let’s make it a good year and look ahead to our picnic next year! Thank you.
Bridge restoration is completed on County Road 68, Zumbro Falls, Mn. The project began in April and was completed this past week, July 2020. County Road 68 is open for traffic once again. Enjoy a ride to check it out.
Resolutions 20-02, 20-04, 20-05, and 20-06 have been posted to the Council Minutes page, for anyone wishing to review them.