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!
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.
Resolutions 20-02, 20-04, 20-05, and 20-06 have been posted to the Council Minutes page, for anyone wishing to review them.
COVID update: South Troy is having In-Person worship services again!
Wednesdays at 7 pm and Sundays at 10:30 am. Our live stream on Sunday mornings will continue at 10:30 am.
We are looking forward to seeing you in person again. We also understand if you not ready to attend in person yet– that’s ok. We are following the CDC guidelines for worship.
Our Worship will be “family style” this summer:
encouraging all to wear masks– we will provide one for you is desired
washing hands/ sanitizing stations throughout the building
no touch offering, and no touch greetings
meeting the 50% capacity for each room– of worship.
We know some of you are ready to come back right now, that’s great we hope to see you soon. We know there are others that will be more comfortable waiting a few weeks, we are good with that too. And for some of you- you prefer to join us on-line on Sunday mornings. We in no way want you to feel less or more for whichever way you feel at this time. Our mission remains the same, “To Know, Grow and Go with Jesus Love.” We are glad you can join us.
56817 Highway 63, Zumbro Falls, MN 55991
Camp Victory held an Open House on Sunday, June 7th. Day Camps are available this summer. Please visit https://campvictory.com/summer-camp/day-camps/ to learn more.
Zumbro Falls says Thank you to everyone that donated masks on April 25th at the Zumbro Falls Fire Hall. The mask drive was a state wide effort to make homemade masks available to those that need them during the Covid19 pandemic. The ZFFD collected 109 masks and received messages, posted on their door, Thanking them for their efforts and service during this unprecedented time. Masks and messages greatly appreciated!