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Small Businesses In Mankato May Apply For Up To $25,000 Through Recovery Loan Program

Mankato-Small businesses in Mankato with 50 or fewer employees may apply for a deferred loan of up to $25,000 through the city's Recovery Loan Program for property and business improvements to help r…
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Temporary Road Closures as Part of Germania Park Reconstruction Project

Mankato, MN -- The following roads have been temporarily closed as part of the Germania Park reconstruction project: - Fourth Avenue (from Spruce to Pine streets)- Fifth Avenue (from Spruce to Pine s…
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Mankato Prepares To Re-Open Some Park Amenities

Mankato-City staff is preparing to re-open basketball, tennis and pickleball courts. Resurfacing work on these courts is underway, and once complete nets will be placed so these amenities can be used…
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Mankato Participates in Covid-19 Research Initiative

Mankato, MN -- The City of Mankato joins cities throughout the state in a University of Minnesota Duluth study to help determine the prevalence of COVID-19 in wastewater. Samples will be collected an…
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Portions of Belle, Parkway and Glenview Avenues Temporarily Closed for Reconstruction

Mankato, MN -- Portions of Belle, Parkway and Glenview avenues have been closed temporarily closed for road reconstruction: - Belle Avenue (from Pfau to Hope streets) - Parkway Avenue (from Rita Ro…
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Join Mankato's Firefighter Rae As Shereads Three Children's Stories

Mankato-Public Safety Firefighter Rae Frame generally connects with youth on a face-to-face basis, so when COVID-19 impacted these interactions, Frame found another way to reach out--through virtual …
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Garbage and Recycling Collection Schedule Changes Due to Memorial Day

Mankato, MN -- Mankato's virtual city offices will be closed Monday, May 25, 2020 in observance of Memorial Day. Garbage and recycling pick-up schedule changes: - Monday, May 25--No garbage and rec…
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City of Mankato News - May 15, 2020

A message from City Manager Patrick HentgesIt's been more than two months that the community has been following the "Stay at Home Order," and I know that this has been a challenging situation for man…
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Applications Being Accepted for Mankato's Sustaining Loan Program Through June 1, 2020

Mankato, MN -- Small businesses that have lost at least 50 percent of revenue due to COVID-19 may apply for a loan of up to $5,000 through the City of Mankato's Sustaining Loan Program. Funds may be …
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Mankato's 2020 Census Self-Response Rate Continues to Climb

Mankato, MN -- The 2020 Community Response Rate Challenge has been extended as Mankato's response rate continues to climb with a current rate of 66%. Complete your household census online, by phone o…
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Spring Cleaning Options Available To Mankato Residents

Mankato-Although Spring Clean-up has been postponed, Mankato residents have options to recycle or dispose of unwanted items. Options currently available to residents:Appliance and electronic recyclin…
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Mankato Public Safety Responds To Weapons Complaint

Mankato, MN -- At 9:42 a.m. on (May 5), Public Safety responded to a weapons complaint in the area of 1341 Pohl Road. Caller reported being chased by a male with a gun in his waistband. The caller wa…
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Public Safety Responds To Report Of Garage Fire

Mankato-Public Safety firefighters responded to the report of a garage fire at 212 Rosewood Drive at 1:30 p.m. today. Upon arrival, crews found the homeowner had extinguished a majority of the fire, …
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Public Safety Requestsassistance In Locating Stolen Special Needs Bicycle

Mankato-Public Safety requests the public's assistance locating a bicycle modified for a child with special needs. The bicycle was taken from Sibley Park, 900 Mound Avenue, at approximately 7:30 p.m.…
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