Zumbro Falls welcomes THE SALSA GUY, a new business in the City. It is located at 410, Hwy 60 in Zumbro Falls.
Grand Opening will be October 10-13th, hours – Thursday & Friday 1:00-7:00pm, Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm and Sunday 10:00am-3:00pm.
Normal hours of operation are Friday and Saturday 10:00am-2:00pm. Daryl Boettcher 507-398-3540.
To learn more about the Business visit https://www.facebook.com/The-Salsa-Guy-364493050345603/
The Lights of Bluff Valley are back again! For more information visit https://myfox47.com/2019/08/15/the-lights-are-back-at-bluff-valley/
Visit the Lights of Bluff Valley on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/lightsbluffvalley/
Enjoy the show beginning on November 1st.
Council Meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00 pm. Please contact the City Clerk concerning business to be included on the monthly agenda, 507-753-2131.
The Gillford Golden Gophers 4H Club has provided flowers by the City Sign for our summer enjoyment. The flowers are a donation to the 4H Club by Jenny’s Greenhouse. Thank you!
Zumbro Falls has a new look. Visit us soon to see the City Banners, colorful and inviting!
The Zumbro Valley Food Shelf will officially open on Tuesday, January 15th at 11:00am. This is located at South Troy Wesleyan Church, 56817 Hwy 63, Zumbro Falls, MN.
The hours will be Tuesdays 11:00am – 5:00pm and Thursdays 11:00am – 6:00pm.
Donations and volunteers are greatly appreciated. For more information contact Pastor Colleen Hoeft at 507-259-1442 or email@example.com
“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
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.