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City of Lanesboro Minnesota

Lanesboro Public Utilities

The City of Lanesboro established a Public Utilities Commission to oversee all administrative functions of the following utilities: water, sewer, electric, and garbage. The Utility Commission consists of three council-appointed members. The Commission must hold one regular meeting per month and has all administrative authority over the day-to-day functions of the utilities as stated above.

The Lanesboro Public Utilities Commission has the ability to provide sewer services from its own Wastewater Treatment Plant and water from two wells, and a Water Treatment Facility for which it owns and maintains. Electricity is generated from the hydro-wheel, or either of the diesel engines that are housed in the Utility Plant. Electric energy is also purchased from Mi-Energy Cooperative. The Lanesboro Public Utilities contracts the service of garbage removal through Advanced Disposal. The Lanesboro Public Utilities has developed into a self-sustained fully operational utility service for the City of Lanesboro.

Lanesboro Public Utilites Commission Members: Tom Dybing-President (2019), Char Brown (2018), and Theresa Coleman (2017)

For Utility outages during business hours (8am - 3pm Monday-Friday), please call City Hall at 507-467-3722, for after hours outages please the call the Sheriff's Office at 507-765-3874, and choose option 1.

Committee Application Form (PDF)

2017 Public Utilities Fee Schedule (PDF)

Current Projects:

  • Auburn and Zenith Road Improvements, which includes Water and Sewer replacements
  • Electric Conversion City Wide, converting from the current Delta system to the Wye system

2016 Water Treatment Facility

The Control Panel for the Water Treatment Facility.
The SCDA System, which monitors the entire water system, and allows for the parameters of the entire water system to be adjusted as needed.The system will also notify staff if the system is not operating within normal ranges.  Staff can then remotely adjust the parameters of the system.
The dedicated generator for Well #4, and the Water Treatment Facility.
The processing portion of the Water Treatment Facilty.Not pictured are large holding tanks that are underground.

Electric Rebate Form:

2017 Energy Star Rebate

MDH Consumer Confidence Reports:

 

2016 Drinking Water Report

**Meeting minutes are not official, and therefore can not be posted, until the governing board approves them at the following meeting**

PUBLIC UTILITIES AGENDAS (PDF)

2017-10-17
2017-09-19
2017-08-15
2017-07-18
2017-06-16
2017-05-16
2017-05-01
2017-04-18
2017-03-21
2017-02-21
2017-01-17



PUBLIC UTILITIES MINUTES (PDF)

2017-09-19
2017-08-15
2017-07-18
2017-06-20
2017-05-19
2017-05-01
2017-04-18
2017-02-21
2017-01-17
2016-12-20
2016-11-15
2016-11-10
2016-10-18
2016-09-20
2016-08-29
2016-08-16
2016-07-19
2016-06-21
2016-05-17
2016-04-19
2016-03-24
2016-03-15
2016-02-16
2016-01-19
2015-12-21
2015-11-16
2015-10-19
2015-09-21
2015-08-17
2015-07-20
2015-06-15

 
 
This Municipality is an equal opportunity provider and employer.