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Posted on: May 3, 2019

Hwy. 60 Project - Week Six: Watermain installed through Phase 1

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The City of Faribault and its project partners intend to send out and publish a weekly construction update on the Trunk Highway 60/4th Street NW Reconstruction Project. Below is Week One. To receive the newsletter, see instructions at the bottom of this p...

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Posted on: May 15, 2019

Fire Department reminds students to put phones away while driving

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Members of the Faribault Fire Department met Faribault high schoolers Wednesday, May 15, as they exited school with materials aimed at ending distracted driving. 

Car fresheners that read “Don’t Text & Drive” and keychains with license plates ...

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Posted on: May 15, 2019

RFP: City seeks proposal to remove old Public Works garages

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Proposals are being accepted for the removal of the old City of Faribault Public Works garages as shown on the picture below and labeled as structures A & B. The garage structure(s) are to be moved off site. The structure(s) will be offered for sale b...

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Posted on: May 9, 2019

Take a look at the Summer Buckham Bulletin

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The  Buckham Bulletin - the official publication of the Buckham Center and the City of Faribault - is delivered quarterly to Faribault residents. The 20-page publications includes activities from the Faribault Parks and Recreation Department, the...

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Posted on: April 29, 2019

Compost Site open for the summer

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The City of Faribault compost site, located at 214 NE 14th St., behind the Water Reclamation Facility, opened May 6 after encountering wetter-than-normal conditions. 

Upon arrival, please check signs at the site for designated dumping areas. Only ...

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Posted on: April 22, 2019

Faribault in the News: The history of the Tilt-A-Whirl

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The below story was originally published April 5, 2019 by MNopedia, an online encyclopedia about Minnesota developed by the Minnesota Historical Society (MNHS) and its partners. The story, authored by Mary Laine, has been re-published below with permissio...

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