Gaylord Area

Gaylord Area

News pertaining to the operations of Gaylord's local government.

Goods from the garden

Crowds have been steady this year at the Farmer’s Market in Gaylord which is held each Wednesday afternoon. As long as weather permits, suppliers plan to continue to sell produce throughout the month of October.
A Gaylord man charged with failing to register as a sex offender, was sentenced Thursday to 18 months at the Minnesota Correctional Facility in St. Cloud. Romeo Alba, who had lived at 355 Second Street West in Gaylord, was...
Newcomer Chad Muchow was the top vote getter in the Gaylord City Council race while Carl Wetzel was re-elected with a narrow victory over Susan Johnson-Schmitt. Muchow, incumbent Carl Wetzel, and newcomer Susan Johnson-Schmitt were vying for two spots...

GETTING READY FOR THE MOVE

Gaylord Librarian Wanda Messner, and librarian assistant Sharen Kranz are starting to pack material to move to the new public library in the former City Hall. Volunteers are needed to help with the project. Please contact the library at...
Two parties are now interested in the city-owned Entegris building in the Gaylord Industrial Park. City Administrator Lonny Johnson told the Gaylord Economic Development Authority Monday that the first party will be given a second tour of the building...
Even with the City of Gaylord planning a $5.7 to $5.8 million street and utility project next year, the city's debt ratio should be within a favorable range. City Administrator Lonny Johnson told the council that with the street...
Region Nine is now serving as Gaylord's Economic Development Coordinator. Troy Bonkowske, community and economic development director and transportation director with Region Nine, and his staff will be providing Gaylord 15 hours/week of service. The one-year contract began June...
The American Red Cross bloodmobile will stop at the Gaylord Legion Tuesday.The bloodmobile will be held from 1 - 7 p.m. Gaylord's bloodmobile will be held at a new location because of the remodeling of the City Hall into...
If successful in its application for a Small Cities Grant, the City of Gaylord has agreed it will commit up to $100,000 to a housing and commercial rehabilitation program. In the past few months, the City Council has been...
Progress continues on a new home for Gaylord’s Ambulance Service and Police Department. Bids for the construction of the emergency services building, to be located on Jefferson Avenue East, were opened last week. E.J. Pinske Builders of Gaylord submitted the...