Project Website with Additional Information for the Wastewater Connection to Owatonna
UTILITY PAYMENTS MUST BE MADE USING THE FOLLOWING METHODS AND WILL STILL BE DUE ON THE 20TH OF THE MONTH:
PLEASE MAIL OR PUT YOUR PAYMENTS IN THE DROP BOX.
PLEASE INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING WITH ALL CASH/CHECK PAYMENTS:
2. PHYSICAL ADDRESS
3. PHONE NUMBER
4. AMOUNT OF PAYMENT
5. UTILITY BILL STUB (IF YOU HAVE IT)
UTILITY PAYMENTS MAY ALSO BE MADE ONLINE: www.medfordminnesota.com, click on the “New Resident & Utility Info” tab.
Permits/Zoning Applications will continue to be processed and may be submitted electronically or placed in the City Hall drop box (located to the left side of the City Hall window).
City Clerk: (507) 455-2866, firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Works: (507) 456-3886, email@example.com
PLEASE DO NOT FLUSH CLEANING WIPES
Many people have purchased cleaning wipes because they have not been able to purchase toilet paper due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Please DO NOT FLUSH CLEANING WIPES down the toilet. Throw them in the trash. Wipes do not dissolve like toilet paper. Wipes can clog your pipes and can cause backups in sewer lines, mains, and cause major problems with the City’s wastewater treatment infrastructure and system. We appreciate your cooperation to prevent a backup! Please spread the word. The Public Works Crew has noticed a considerable increase in wipes coming into the system in recent days – Posted 3/20/2020.
Emerald Ash Borer
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture has found Emerald Ash Borer within the City of Medford. To learn more about what you can do as a property owner to respond to this insect, please visit the following site: https://www.mda.state.mn.us/eab
Certified Arborists - This is a link to a list of certified arborists in the region. These individuals can help with identification of Emerald Ash Borer and may provide treatment services. Area contractors that trim/plant/care for trees may also be able to identify and treat Emerald Ash Borer.
Medford is located 45 miles south of the Twin Cities between Faribault and Owatonna directly off Interstate 35. According to MNDOT, an average of 33,300 vehicles, traveling I35, pass by Medford daily. The highest one day traffic count in 2016 was 49,075.
Medford has beautiful park areas with a variety of family recreational activities including a softball diamond, volleyball courts, tennis courts, basketball court, and walking paths.
The downtown area of Medford has a variety of businesses to meet your everyday needs. Along with abundant housing opportunities, the wonderful school district makes Medford a great place to call home.
Medford has huge opportunities for commercial and industrial business along Interstate 35. Home of the Medford Outlet Center, Furniture Outlet and Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers.