The DNR has lifted its ban on water usage but still wants to remind people to be mindful about water usage.
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources drought warning for the state of Minnesota. In accordance with the MN DNR Drought Plan, the City of Parkers Prairie has placed a ban on non-essential water use beginning July 23rd. These restrictions will be in effect for the City of Parkers Prairie until the drought warning has been lifted. Prohibited watering includes: watering of lawns, washing of buildings, driveways, sidewalks, or parking areas, washing of cars (except for commercial businesses)
Acceptable watering includes: watering of fruit and vegetable gardens, watering of flowers or newly planted trees, necessary use of water to protect public health, safety, and welfare. We appreciate the efforts of our residents to conserve water wherever possible. If you have questions regarding these restrictions, please call the City Hall at 218-338-4115
1025 S. Otter Ave Friday, May 21, 10-5:30 pm Saturday, May 22, 9-4 pm
409 E. Center St. Friday, May 21 and Saturday, May 22
511 S. Douglas Ave, in alley, Friday, May 21, 8-4 pm Saturday, May 22, 8-4 pm
315 S. McCornell Ave. Friday, May 21, 5 pm-8 pm Saturday, May 22, 8-4 pm
408 S. McCornell Ave. Friday, May 21, 10-5 pm Saturday, May 22, 10-5 pm
505 S. McCornell Ave. Friday, May 21, 8-2 pm Saturday, May 22, 8-noon
315 S. Clayborn Ave Friday, May 21 Saturday, May 22, 7-3 pm
548 W. Oak St. Friday, May 21, 7-6 pm Saturday, May 22, 7-1 pm
620 Krista Circle Friday, May 21, 8-5 pm Saturday, May 22, 8-5 pm
420 W. Deleware St. Saturday May 22, 9-3 pm
322 N. Otter Ave Friday, May 21, 7-7 pm Saturday, May 22, 7-5 pm
15245 State Hwy 29 (2 miles north of town follow signs) Friday, May 21, 9-6 pm Saturday, May 22, 8-6 Sunday, May 23, 8-1 pm
Friday, May 21st & Saturday, May 22nd, have been designated as Parkers Prairie City-Wide Yard Sale Days! If you would like to be added to the yard sale map, please return the slip that came with your newsletter or pick one up at the City Hall. To be included on the map, you will need to have your info turned in BEFORE Monday, May 17th.
The City brush site is once again open to residents. Stop in the City Hall, Monday through Thursday 8 am – 3 pm and Friday 8 am – 11 am to check out a key for an hour. Cost is $1 for a small load & $2 for a large load. The site will also be open on some Saturdays 1-3 pm. May 1st, 15th & 29th. June 12th & 26th. July 10th & 24th. August 14th & 28th. September 11th & 25th. All of these dates are subject to change.
Get in the holiday spirit & enjoy the lights with the Pride of the Lions!
The general election for 2020 in-person voting takes place on Tuesday, November 3rd. Voting will take place in the City Hall training room, the same as previous elections. Please note that if you reside within the city limits your polls open at 7:00 am and end promptly at 8:00 pm. If you reside in Parkers Prairie Township your voting hours are 10:00 am to 8:00 pm. If you are not registered to vote, don’t worry! Our election judges are here to help get you registered to vote!
The Parkers Prairie Lion’s Club has FREE Be Kind signs that can be displayed outdoors. If you would like one of these signs please contact Lion’s member Jim, at 218-639-5323.
October 4-10th 2020 marks the 98th anniversary of observance and commemoration of the Great Chicago Fire. During this week children, adults and teachers learn how to stay safe in case of a fire. To find more fire safety information and family escape plan toolkits https://www.nfpa.org/Public-Education/Staying-safe/Preparedness/Fire-Prevention-Week
This facility is newly renovated and currently open to the public thanks to donations. The City asks that everyone follow the posted rules and show respect for the site. ONLY paper or cardboard targets may be used, and everyone must clean up their waste after using the range. If the posted rules are not being followed, the range will be shut down.
The shooting range is located on Parkers Road (follow West Lake Street around Lake Adley)