News & Public Notices

Downtown Strategic Plan & Survey

The City and Port Authority undertook a Downtown Strategic Plan during 2019 with the help of ISG. We would like to hear your feedback on the plan which outlines steps to insure that investment continues into the foreseeable future in Downtown Winona.  Long Term Strategic Plan Survey Short Term Strategic Plan Survey We will hold an open house at Winona City Hall; 207 Lafayette Street, Council Chambers (Third Floor), Winona, MN on Tuesday, January 21, 2020 from 4:30-5:30 p.m. to {Read More}

Fares for Winona Transit will be increasing effective January 1, 2020

Notice:  The fares for Winona Transit will be increasing effective January 1, 2020. Bus Fares Current New Rates Cash Fare Doorstep Deviation Subtotal $1.00 $0.30 $1.30 $1.25 $0.50 $1.75  Dial a Ride – Cash Fare $1.30 $2.50 Dial a Ride – Punch Card – 11 rides $13.00 $25.00 Tokens    Adults    Sr. Citizen, College, Student    Dial a Ride   $1.00 $0.80 $1.30   $1.25 $1.00 $2.50 Monthly Bus Pass     Adults     Sr. Citizen, College, Student {Read More}

Winona Poetry Walk

The Winona Fine Arts Commission, with the support of the City Staff and Council is launching a public art project The Winona Poetry Walk, consisting of original poetry stamped into sidewalks beginning this Spring, starting in downtown Winona.  The Poetry Walk will officially open sometime late summer of 2020. Besides the original placement downtown, in the future, Winona residents would be asked if they would like a poem stamped in their sidewalk when it is slated for replacement. The homeowner {Read More}

Housing Rehabilitation Brochures

Ability Home Rehabilitation Program Brochure 2018 SCDP Owner Occupied Rehab Brochure

2019 Small Cell Wireless Facilities Aesthetics Policy


The Garage Co-Work Grand Opening

The Garage Co-Work Grand Opening

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

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 {Read More}