Welcome to the City of Waterville Website!
We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the City of Waterville's website. We have a friendly and active community that has a great deal to offer. While you are here you will notice our small town hospitality and enjoy our wide array of outdoor recreation and tourist activities.
Waterville is located in the heart of the beautiful Southern Minnesota Lakes Region. Conveniently nestled between Lake Tetonka and Sakatah, Waterville is 15 miles west of Faribault off Interstate 35 W and 22 miles east of Mankato on Minnesota Hwy 60. With world class fishing, scenic beauty and a progressive atmosphere, Waterville is a wonderful place to visit or stay all year round!!! Please visit the City of Waterville website often for updates on what's happening at City Hall.
Annual Notice to All Residential Customers
Bills can pile up just like snow. But the Minnesota Cold Weather Rule is designed to protect people who may have trouble paying their utility bills in winter. The Minnesota Cold Weather Rule applies from October 15 to April 15. The rule, established by the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission, means that your utility cannot disconnect your residential water service during the winter if the customer meets the following requirement: (1) utility disconnection would affect the customer’s primary heat source; (2) the customer has declared inability to pay on forms provided by the utility (Note: Customers receiving “any form of public assistance, “ including energy assistance, are deemed to have qualified for inability to pay status); (3) the household income of the customer is less than 50 percent of the state median income level, as documented by the customer to the utility; and (4) the customer enters into and makes reasonably timely payments under a payment agreement that considers the financial resources of the household.
If you have trouble paying your utility bill, local agencies may be able to provide payment assistance. The state Department of Human Services recommends you call the county in which you live.
If you know you’re going to have trouble paying your utility bills, please contact the City of Waterville at 362-8300 to try and work out a payment schedule. We’ll try to help.
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Next Regular Council Meeting: February 9, 2016
March 1, 2016 Meeting Date Change
City Council Special Meeting: February 23, 2016 5:00 p.m.
EDA Meeting: February 16, 2016 Special Meeting
Planning and Zoning : February 23, 2016 7:30 p.m.
Recent weather changes (dropping temperatures) may have caused some surface freezing of area ponds. Please be aware of the dangers of thin ice and be sure to educate your children of the dangers. During the 2012-2013 winter season, there were 6 ice fatalities in Minnesota. During the 2013-214 winter season, there were 3.
When is ice safe?
There really is no sure answer. You can't judge the strength of ice just by its appearance, age, thickness, temperature, or whether or not the ice is covered with snow. Strength is based on all these factors -- plus the depth of water under the ice, size of the water body, water chemistry and currents, the distribution of the load on the ice, and local climatic conditions.
There is no such thing as 100 percent safe ice.
Would you like to help out your Community? If so, Please fill out the "I want to Volunteer" form and submit it to City Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop it off at 200 Third Street South.
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Inquire at Ctiy Hall, 507-362-8300