News & Public Notices

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 {Read More}

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 {Read More}

Process After Application Documents are Submitted

EXAMINATIONS: Applicant must pass each examination in order to proceed to the next step. Qualifications rating –  pass/fail based on minimum requirements listed Assessment of application and supplemental questionnaire Panel interview 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 {Read More}

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 {Read More}

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

First-Time Home Buyer Handout

First-Time Home Buyer Handout

Levee Park Gateway + Main Street Improvements Project

Project Presentation Materials – City Council meeting December 19, 2016