Public Notices


This page contains public notices that may be of interest to a wide variety of citizens, contractors, property owners and others.  Information contained on this page does not take the place of any publication required to be placed in the official newspaper of the City of Saint Peter.  For technical questions related to these notices, please contact the City Department referenced in the notice. For public information requests related to the notices, please contact the City Administrator’s Office at 507-934-0663.

CURRENT NOTICES

  • NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING:  CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT APPLICATION

  • NOTICE OF PROPOSED CITY CODE MODIFICATION:  FLOOD PLAIN DISTRICT REGULATIONS

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT APPLICATION


The Saint Peter Board of Appeals and Adjustments will conduct a public hearing on Thursday, September 22, 2022 at approximately 5:30 pm.  The meeting will be held in the Governors Room of the Saint Peter Community Center (600 South 5th Street). The purpose of the hearing is to receive citizen input regarding an application for a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) to establish a multi-family development on Outlot A, Hallett Pond Addition, Saint Peter.  The subject property is zoned (C-5) Business/Professional Office.  Any person may appear at the time of the hearing to speak in favor or in opposition to the proposed CUP.  Written comments may also be submitted to the Community Development Director (227 South Front Street, Saint Peter, MN  56082) prior to the date of hearing.  AAEOE  

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NOTICE OF PROPOSED CITY CODE CHANGE - FLOOD PLAIN DISTRICT REGULATIONS


In keeping with State Statute regulations concerning modifications to the City Code, the following information is being posted for a period of at least ten days to provide the public with notice of the City Council’s intent to modify the City Code related to flood plain district regulations.  To view the proposed ordinance, please click here DRAFT FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCE 2022.

 

The City Council will consider adoption of this proposed ordinance at their regular meeting of October 10, 2022.  Individuals wishing to express concerns or comments on the proposed changes may do so at the meeting beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Governors' Room of the Community Center (600 South Fifth Street), or by submission of written comments to the City Administrator’s Office (227 South Front Street) or by email to barbaral@saintpetermn.gov.

 

Todd Prafke

City Administrator