Breckenridge City Hall
420 Nebraska Ave
Breckenridge, MN 56520
Phone: (218) 643-1431
Fax: (218) 643-1173
Open: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm
BRECKENRIDGE RESIDENTS: Looking for interested persons to serve on the City’s Planning Commission. The Commission meets once a month dealing with land zoning/variances/conditional use permits as well as Comprehensive Plan compliance. Please contact Liane at 218-643-1431 or email@example.com for more information.
SNOW REMOVAL SERVICES: The Breckenridge Port Authority is accepting quotes for snow removal services at the Industrial Mall. A map showing the area to be serviced is available at the City Clerk’s Office or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. All quotes must be received by noon on January 14, 2022. You may submit quotes to the City Clerk’s Office, 420 Nebraska Avenue, Breckenridge, MN 56520, 218-643-1431.
WINTER PARKING NOTICE: No parking on any street or avenue in the City of Breckenridge, MN, on any day between November 1st—April 1st, between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. For more information Click Here
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT – BRECKENRIDGE RESIDENTS
There is a possibility of damage to mailboxes due to snow removal on City streets especially when there is heavy snowfall. Please click here for the City’s SNOW REMOVAL AND ICE CONTROL POLICY for specific information on mailbox damage which is highlighted in yellow. Please contact Director of Public Services, Neil Crocker at 218-643-4681 if your mailbox has been damaged by direct contact with the snow removal equipment
10/06/21: NOTICE: Outdoor Warning Sirens Outage- More information HERE
10/14/21: Siren Testing this Afternoon- Equipment repairs are being conducted today that should restore the outdoor warning sirens in Breckenridge, Campbell & Foxhome.
11/15/21: Water Restriction Update- Recent communications from the MN DNR indicate that Wilkin Co. and much of the Red River Water Shed basin has been removed from the “Extreme Drought” category and thus our water restrictions have been lifted. Thank you all for helping do your part to conserve water where possible. We ask everyone to continue to do your part to be responsible with all our natural resources. Any future communications from the DNR, relative to emergency conservation, will be passed along to you with further instructions. Thank you again for your cooperation!
Residential LOTS for Sale- Click Here
NEW Housing Rehab Loan Program: Now available to Contractors/Developers- Click Here