Make plans now for Halloween fun. Join us on Friday, October 27, 6:00 – 7:30 pm.
South Troy Church Parking Lot
56817 Hwy 63 Zumbro Falls
October 27, 6-7:30pm
- Come in costume
- Trick or treat time
- Games, food, music
- Fun for the entire Family!
You are also welcome to participate by entering your own “trunk” to share.
For more information call Pastor Colleen 507-259-1442 www.southtroywesleyan.org
Thank you to Audrey and Bruce for a great job of summer maintenance in Zumbro Falls. You keep our City beautiful!
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.
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.
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.
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.