The Zumbro Falls Community Gardens has added 2 pear trees and 4 apple trees around the garden area. These trees will mature and produce fruit to share with those visiting the city park, out for a walk, working in the gardens and others. Enjoy a healthy treat!
Zumbro Falls Community Garden Grand Opening was held on Saturday, May 2nd. Those attending shared a refreshment and received a plant to begin the gardening season. Gardens available, call 507-753-2710.
The Zumbro Falls Green Space Committee have completed their goals. The committee has ended and invites their members to join the Park Committee. New members are always welcome. Contact Missy at 507-753-2710 for more information.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Zumbro Falls Christmas Event this weekend.
The 2014 Medallion Hunt winner is Luke McKenzie
The Christmas Lighting Contest winners are:
- Business Winners
- First Place: Burr Oak Bed & Breakfast
- Second Place: Rustic Hinge
- Residential Winners
- First Place: Jay Johnson
- Second Place: Dana Oehlkers
The Christmas Basket winners are:
- First Place: Crissy Vigil
- Second Place: Jeremy McDeid
- Third Place: Harper Meincke
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
The city is beginning the task of landscaping the green space created by the 2010 flooding; trees, shrubs, ornamental grasses, perennials and annuals have been planted in various locations throughout Zumbro Falls. “Thank you” to the volunteers helping with clean up and planting! This is a work in progress as more plants/trees will be added to beautify our city.
The Zumbro Valley Foundation serves the Zumbro River Valley. The objective is to make the Zumbro Valley a better place to live. This means a place where your children and grandchildren will want to live, work and enjoy the natural beauty of the valley. We want to make the Zumbro Valley inviting to visitors and give them a reason to come here, to live, to play, and to begin businesses. This valley area encompasses the Zumbro River from Lake Zumbro to the Mississippi at Kellogg, Mn. It also follows the length of Hwy 60 from Hwy 52 near Zumbrota to Hwy 61 to the east. The river valley offers many opportunities just waiting to be explored. Zumbro Falls is one of the communities sharing the Zumbro (River) Valley. Help us invest in the future. Act now, before March 24, 2014, to make a difference. To learn more visit www.zumbrovalley.com If you have any questions or are interested in joining the efforts of the Zumbro Valley Foundation, please contact Brett Olson at 612-910-7601 or send an email at email@example.com for more information.
Check out some of the great items we have for sale.
2013 Zumbro Falls Ripplin River Days items … Limited supply…
- Sweatshirts – $14.00
- T-shirts – $6.00
- Several (past) Ripplin’ River Daze Crocks…
Zumbro Falls Items
- Stocking Hats say “Zumbro Falls Minnesota” – $5.00
- Zumbro Falls Christmas Ornaments 2012 – $5.00
Anyone interested can call City Hall at 507-753-2423 and leave a message, we will set up a time to see these items. Thank You.
Zumbro Falls is seeking new members for the Greenspace Committee, Zumbro Falls Christmas Committee, Zumbro Falls Park Committee and Zumbro Falls Planning & Zoning Committee. Each Committee meets monthly. To learn more, please contact:
- Greenspace Committee 507-753-2710
- Zumbro Falls Christmas Committee 507-753-2710
- Zumbro Falls Park Committee 507-753-2710
- Zumbro Falls Planning & Zoning Committee 507-753-3039
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.