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Request for Statement of Qualifications

By Sara Stadtherr | January 26, 2018

The City of Alexandria desires to retain the professional services of a qualified airport architectural and engineering consulting firm for a five-year period to assist the Alexandria Municipal Airport in the performance of the following airport projects included in the capital improvement plan (CIP). Projects undertaken will meet the requirements of all applicable laws, rules,…

2018 Budget Report

By Sara Stadtherr | January 9, 2018

If you are interested in knowing more about where your tax dollars are spent in the City of Alexandria, please feel free to dig into this document for the answers.

Request for Proposals – Small Area Corridor Plan

By Sara Stadtherr | January 4, 2018

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS The City of Alexandria (pop. 13,575) is calling for and requesting proposals from planning consultants to assist the City in completing a Small Area Corridor Plan.  Proposal details can be found in the document attached below or by contacting: Michael J. Weber, Community Development Director City of Alexandria 704 Broadway Alexandria, MN 56308…

Request for Proposals – Comprehensive Plan Update

By Sara Stadtherr | January 3, 2018

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS The City of Alexandria (pop. 13,575) is calling for and requesting proposals from planning consultants to assist the City in completing a comprehensive revision of its 2007 Comprehensive Plan, (adopted by the City in June, 2007 and updated via implementation and amendment, most recently in October, 2017).  Such a Comprehensive Plan revision,…

Dog Licensing And City Park Events

By Sara Stadtherr | August 14, 2017

All dogs over the age of six months kept, harbored, or maintained by their owners in the City, shall be licensed and registered with the City. Licenses are annual and run from Jan 1 thru Dec 31. Please stop at City Hall to register and please bring proof of current rabies vaccination. If you are…

Recreational Fire Pit Regulations

By Sara Stadtherr | April 14, 2017

Recreational fires. Recreational fires shall NOT be conducted within 25 feet (7620 mm) of a structure or combustible material unless the fire is contained in a barbecue pit or a noncombustible fire ring no larger than 3 feet in diameter (914 mm) and 2 feet (610 mm) or in height. Conditions which could cause a…

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