Future Uses of Central Elementary Public Gathering December 11



Future Uses of Central Elementary Public Gathering December 11

Want to share your ideas and concerns on the potential future uses of the Central Elementary building and grounds?

Join the City of Winona, which has contracted with Engage Winona on Tuesday, December 11 from 5-6:30 pm at Winona City Hall (207 Lafayette St.) to connect residents in conversation and hear input on future uses, play space and other topics of importance related to reuse of the Central School property.

City staff will be available, and Winona Area Public Schools board members and leaders will be invited to be available for questions. All feedback will be collected into a report and shared back during a follow-up event on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 from 5-6 pm at City Hall, where feedback on the report will be invited.

This is a key opportunity for residents to have their voices heard. All comments will be compiled into a report to provide guidance and information to buyers and developers, who will be working with the city on plans for the property.

This event is focused on connecting with neighborhood residents— everyone who lives near Central is especially invited. The event is also open to the general community.

RSVPs are appreciated but not required: visit http://bit.ly/centralreuse to register.

Residents are also invited to provide input through a short, anonymous survey, especially those unable to attend the gathering: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/centralreuse.

Madison Public Meeting Presentations

Please see below for presentations given at the Madison property reuse meeting on 11/27/18:

Madison Reuse Presentation

Engage Winona Madison Reuse Presentation

2018 General Election Abstract

2018 General Election Abstract

City of Winona Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan Annual Meeting

The City of Winona will hold its annual public meeting regarding the City’s Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) on Monday December 10th in the Wenonah room of City Hall (207 Lafayette St). The meeting will begin at 6pm with a short presentation about the City’s SWPPP and be followed by opportunities for public questions and input. Any and all members of the public are invited to attend.

Information on the City’s stormwater management procedures can be found online at the City’s website by clicking on the City Services heading, then Public Works and selecting Stormwater Education in the left hand column.

Questions about the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan or this meeting can be addressed to John Howard, the City’s Natural Resources Sustainability Coordinator: [email protected] or 507-457-8273.

Boulevard Signs

Please be aware that signs are not allowed in boulevards or any other public right-of-way under the City of Winona Unified Development Code.  Please do not place signs in the boulevard and if you have, please remove them.  Thank you.

Downtown Winona is buzzing with excitement! Check out Opportunity Winona.

Downtown Winona is buzzing with excitement!  Check out Opportunity Winona.

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Boards & Commissions Vacancies

The City currently has openings on several of our boards and commissions. 

  • Cable TV – 2 positions
  • Citizen’s Environmental Quality – 1 position
  • Fine Arts Commission – 2 positions 
  • Heritage Preservation Commission – 2 positions
  • Human Rights – 6 positions
  • Recreational Waterways – 2 positions

To apply, please fill out this application form and submit to the City Clerk’s office.  Please contact the City Clerk for more information. 

Boards & Commissions Application Form

Winona County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan is Open for Public Review

Winona County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan is Open for Public Review

Winona’s Energy Action Plan

Winona’s Energy Action Plan

In November 2017, the Winona City Council adopted Winona’s Energy Action Plan. In adopting this plan, the City of Winona hopes to spur interest and motivation among community and business leaders in reducing energy use and saving on energy costs with the help of rebates. There has been significant effort over the last two years to build momentum around energy and sustainability in Winona. The goals and strategies outlined in this plan will accelerate that momentum and generate some important and tangible results.

Winona’s Energy Action Plan includes the bold goal of carbon neutrality by 2050. In addition to this goal, Winona also outlined a set of goals and strategies in four focus areas: Residential Energy, Institutions, Large Commercial/Industrial Energy Users, and Small- and Medium-size Businesses.

Read the whole plan here: https://www.cityofwinona.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/PiE-Energy-Action-Plan-Winona-FINAL-With-Appendices.pdf

Get involved today to help Winona reach the goals laid out in its Energy Action Plan.

Winona Residents

Sign up for a Home Energy Squad visit today and start saving on energy costs right away.

Learn more about energy savings tips for renters and for homeowners.

Planning a home renovation? Maximize your investment with energy-savings opportunities and rebates

City of Winona’s Energy Action Plan

Consider choosing an Xcel Energy registered contractor that is familiar with utility rebates available when making energy efficiency upgrades to your home.  To find the list visit xcelenergy.com/ContractorSearch

Winona Businesses

Find out about ways to save by calling Xcel Energy’s Business Solutions Center at 855.839.8862 Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Learn more about energy efficiency and financing options for businesses. Business toolkit flyer

Want to tap into savings by upgrading to LED lights in your building? Find out more by visiting xcelenergy.com/LightingEfficiency.

Small- and medium-size businesses interested in upgrading their lights to LEDs, or improving efficiency in their HVAC and/or refrigeration systems can call the One-Stop Efficiency Shop for a free assessment and consultation.

If you are interested in learning more about the plan or in volunteering to help Winona reach its goals, contact John Howard at [email protected] or at (507) 457-8273.

2018 Bituminous Mill & Overlay Project

2018 Bituminous Mill & Overlay Project Schedule