Sign-up for swimming lessons and pool memberships this Saturday, May 13 from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers located on Main Street north of City Hall.
Forms were sent to both grade schools early this week. If you need a form you can click here.
Remsen is looking for a strong leader with the vision and ability to take our thriving city to the next level. If you are interested read more here…
Tuesday, May 30 – Saturday June 3
Remsen City CleanUp Week 2017
Due to reoccurring abuse and not following the rules clearly stated on the signs posted at the City’s compost and tree piles, Public Works Superintendent Kevin Ortmann has closed the location until further notice. If you have any questions you can call Kevin at 786-2150.
Plymouth County Emergency Management announced that Plymouth County residents can sign up for emergency alerts via “PlymouthAlert.” These alerts include severe weather alerts and civil emergency alerts.
Alerts can be sent to you in the way you want to receive them, including; landline, cellphone, text messages, email and TTY/TDD. Residents of Plymouth County can register to receive alerts using the Plymouth County website.
Congratulations to Brenden Fisch, son of David and Elizabeth and grandson of Mayor Joel (Jean) Fisch of Remsen on his title of 130-lb State Champion on Sunday, February 26 at Wells Fargo Arena!
You can read the Le Mars Daily Sentinel article here.
Congratulations to the St. Mary’s Hawks on their Class 1A State Basketball Fourth Place & Sportsmanship Awards!
Photos by Sadie Regnier (RSM Journalism)
Le Mars Daily Sentinel Article
City Hall will be closed all day Thursday so staff can attend the state basketball tournament. It will open on Friday from 9:00AM – 12:00PM, 1:00PM – 4:00PM. If there is an emergency you can call 712-540-7798.
A reminder City Offices will be closed on Monday, February 20, 2017. **The recycling collection will be picked up as normal.
The Remsen Public Library was honored Saturday evening, February 11th as the 2016 Remsen Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year while Library Director Janeene Klein was honored as the Chamber’s Citizen of the Year. Congratulations to all!
You can read the story here.