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Lake Winona Waterfowl Management Framework

 

Lake Winona Waterfowl Management Framework Discussion Sessions

  • Saturday, March 3, 2018 from 10:00 am – 11:00 am
  • Wednesday, March 7, 2018 from 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Both sessions will be held in the Wenonah Room, 3rd Floor City Hall, 207 Lafayette Street

The draft Lake Winona Waterfowl Management Framework is designed to identify the ways in which waterfowl are a nuisance, outline the many methods to lessen the problems, and provide recommendations for implementation. The City welcomes your comments and concerns – please address them to John Howard, the City’s Natural Resources Sustainability Coordinator. His email: [email protected] and phone: 507-457-8273. Mailing address is P.O. 378, Winona, MN 55987.

Lake Winona Waterfowl Management Framework

 

2015 Retail Trade Analysis Report for Winona

2015 Retail Trade Analysis Report for Winona

Downtown Parking Study

Downtown Parking Study Final Report

City Of Winona Sidewalk Snow And Ice Removal

With the coming of winter and snow, property owners are reminded of their obligation under Winona City Code to keep their sidewalks clear of snow and ice.

            Section 25.13(a) – Snow and/or Ice on Sidewalks:

a) The owner of any building (except one and two-family dwellings) or lot in the city abutting on or adjoining any public sidewalk shall, within the first twelve (12) hours of daytime after the ceasing to fall of any snow, remove or cause the removal of the snow and/or ice from such sidewalk and shall cause sand and/or chemicals to be sprinkled on the sidewalk where there is snow or ice that cannot be removed and shall remove or cause the removal of such snow or ice within twenty–four (24) hours thereafter.

b) The owner of any building that is one or two-family dwelling in the city abutting on or adjoining any public sidewalk shall, within twenty-four (24 hours) after the ceasing to fall of any snow, remove or cause the removal of the snow and/or ice from such sidewalk and shall cause sand and/or chemicals to be sprinkled on the sidewalk where there is snow or ice that cannot be removed and shall remove or cause the removal of such snow or ice within twenty-four (24) hours thereafter.

If the owner fails to remove the snow within 24 hours after having received a notice, the City Manager or his designated representative is authorized to cause the removal of snow at the expense of the owner.  In addition to the cost of snow removal, the owner will be charged a $60.00 administrative fee.

 SALT AND SAND IS AVAILABLE AT NO CHARGE AT THE CENTRAL GARAGE LOCATED AT 1104 WEST THIRD STREET

If there are any complaints, telephone the City of Winona, Department of Protective Inspections at 457-8231.

Process After Application Documents are Submitted

EXAMINATIONS: Applicant must pass each examination in order to proceed to the next step.

  1. Qualifications rating –  pass/fail based on minimum requirements listed
  2. Assessment of application and supplemental questionnaire
  3. Panel interview
  4. Merit Board review and certification of finalists

RESULTS OF EXAMINATIONS: Candidates will be notified by mail or e-mail of initial examination results within approximately 20 days of job posting closure date. Job offers will be made within 20 days of the Merit Board review date.

JOB OFFER INFORMATION:

  • Driver’s license and/or criminal history checks will be conducted for all positions
  • Pre-employment drug screening is required for all positions
  • Medical physical may be required for some positions
Questions may be directed to the Human Resources office at 507-457-8234

The City of Winona is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. The City considers candidates regardless of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.

Proposed Energy Action Plan

Over the past seven months, Winona’s Energy Action Team, working with Xcel Energy’s Partners in Energy, developed an Energy Action Plan aimed at reducing energy use and increasing renewable energy generation in Winona. In order to create this Plan, Winona convened a team of experts from the community to participate in the planning process. This Energy Action Plan, which goes before the City Council on Nov. 6th, should ultimately lead to an estimated 34 percent reduction in the city’s energy-related greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

If you would like to help guide our residential outreach effort, please take the survey available here: https://tinyurl.com/Winona-Energy-Survey. 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.

Energy Action Plan 

Opportunity Winona Newsletter July 2017

Opportunity Winona Newsletter July 2017

Winona Arts and Culture Questionnaire and Contact List

Winona Arts and Culture Questionnaire and Contact List

Historic Masonic Drops Information

Complete Masonic Drops Catalogue and Restoration Information

Drops Selection Public Presentation

Drops Selection Worksheet

Masonic Rigging Plan Agreed on by Council

Fine Arts Commission

Development Code Update