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BARNESVILLE CLEAN-UP WEEK POSTPONED!

The City of Barnesville just received word from Fuchs Sanitation that due to the COVID-19 outbreak they have POSTPONED the Barnesville Clean-up Week. No new date has been set. We will pass this information on as soon as it is available!

CITY OF BARNESVILLE TAKES “KEEPS AMERICA CONNECTED PLEDGE”

Due to the ever-changing situation related to the world pandemic of COVID-19, the City of Barnesville wants to continue to offer our support to residents, some of which may be facing reduced work hours or job layoffs. On Monday of this week, Barnesville Telephone and Internet took action to sign onto the FCC “Keep America … Read More

STATE OF MINNESOTA EXTENDS DEADLINE FOR INCOME TAX RETURNS!

IMPORTANT Information just received from the Minnesota Department of Revenue!!! In line with the state’s continued peacetime emergency response to COVID-19, the Minnesota Department of Revenue has announced that taxpayers filing their annual Minnesota Individual Income Tax return for tax year 2019 now have until Wednesday, July 15, 2020, to file and make their payments … Read More

RESOURCES AVAILABLE TO HELP BARNESVILLE BUSINESSES

The Barnesville Economic Development Authority (EDA) has put together a list of resources to assist businesses that have been impacted by the coronavirus.   https://mailchi.mp/7bfebd095990/news-from-the-barnesville-eda-3910026?fbclid=IwAR12fb27L9qenL9zqqPd-qcNW_9RJj5w7PmzfOl6GS0n3EmdpkiQqZwy4Tg

CITY COUNCIL TO HOLD SPECIAL MEETING ON THURSDAY, MARCH 26

The Barnesville City Council will hold a Special City Council Meeting on Thursday, March 26 beginning at 7:00 pm.  The agenda for the 3-26-20 Special City Council Meeting can be accessed by clicking on the link.  Residents wishing to participate in the meeting should do so using the Conference Call option. 

1ST CONFIRMED CASE OF NOVEL CORONAVIRUS IN CLAY COUNTY!

The City of Barnesville is working closely with the Clay County Public Health and is aware of the situation at the Dairy Queen here in town. The business should be commended for voluntarily shutting down and the City is closely monitoring the situation.  Please see 1st Confirmed Case Press Release from Clay County Public Health for more … Read More

CITY HALL OFFICES CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC

Beginning on Wednesday, March 18, City Hall will be closed to the public. The outside door will be open and residents will have access to the enclosed entry area where they will be given options to communicate with city staff. Although personal access will be limited, you are encouraged to connect with city staff by phone, … Read More