- 2013 Annual Report — 3/3/2014
- 2013 Annual Report (PDF) — Large File: 3MB
- Utility Meter Accuracy Update — 7/17/2013
Per City Council action taken at the December 11, 2012 meeting, Resolution 2012-248 “Administrative Policy Addressing Utility Billing Reimbursements” was adopted.
Water Meter Handout #9 outlines the most current information regarding reimbursements to those accounts impacted by the water metering system installed in 2009-2010. Meters affected include Sensus PMM® meters 1” and smaller in size.
To this date, effective with consumption beginning January 1, 2013, a 15% reduction of consumption has been instituted to offset the over-reading by the water meters. The reduction is reflected on current billing statements and will remain in place until the issue with the meter accuracy has been resolved.
If you believe that your account is eligible for an additional credit above the current 15% reimbursement, please review and complete the Utility Bill Appeal Form.
The complete “Administrative Policy Addressing Utility Billing Reimbursements” , the Utility Bill Appeal Form and other related information can be found on the City of Faribault website at www.faribault.org, at City Hall, or can be obtained by contacting City of Faribault Utility Billing at 507-333-0392 from 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday.
- Water Meter Handout No. 8 — 7/7/2013
Community Dev - General
Community Dev - Building Code Division
- Radon Gas Information — 4/17/2013
Radon Gas Information
Community Dev - Planning and Zoning Division
- Utility Meter Accuracy Update — 7/17/2013
- Complete information regarding the Utility Meter Accuracy Update and supporting documentation may be found on the City of Faribault website by clicking on the Administration tab under the heading of City Departments and scrolling down to What's New.
- Monthly Statistics — 2/10/2014
- 2014 Monthly Statistics (PDF)
The Incident Totals and Call Backs spreadsheet provides statistics on all of the incidents combined.
The City and Rural Calls spreadsheet provides a statistical breakdown of city vs. rural area incidents.
The Fire Incidents spreadsheet provides statistics on fire incidents, mutual aid incidents, and the total $ loss of city and rural fires.
- Keep Hydrants Clear of Snow! — 1/30/2014
- Drifting and snow plowing has led to some fire hydrants being partially or completely buried. Please help us by keeping hydrants clear of snow. If you need assistance with clearing snow from hydrants please call the Faribault Fire Department at 507-334-8773 or the Public Works Department at 507-333-0371.
Heritage Preservation Commission
- Buckham 2Go! Library Mobile App — 6/25/2013
- You can visit Buckham Memorial Library anytime, anywhere with a free app on your mobile device! Find and reserve books, movies and music. Renew items and keep track of due dates. Download eBooks and use digital media. Check out upcoming events and programs. Email or call your library. The library’s mobile app, Buckham 2Go!, allows you to do all these things and more right from your mobile phone or tablet. Smart phone users can install the app by using their phone’s Internet browser to visit buckham.boopsie.com. Android users can download the app from the Google Play and Amazon App stores. iPhone and iPad users can download the app from the Apple App Store. To learn more about Buckham 2Go! stop by the library’s Information Desk. For more information about library services and programs contact the library’s information desk at 507-334-2089 or visit the library’s website at http://www.faribault.org/library/ .
Park & Recreation Advisory Board
Parks & Recreation
- Racquetball League Schedule — 3/10/2014
- Buckham Bulletin Winter 2014 — 3/3/2014
- spring2014layout1 (PDF) — Large File: 5MB
- Alexander Park Amenities Map — 2/28/2014
- alexanderparkslayout1 (PDF)
Parks & Recreation - Aquatic Center
- Community Center Pool Schedule — 9/17/2013
- Community Center Indoor Pool Schedule for Open Swim, Lap Swim and Water Fitness Classes. Updated 9-17-2013
Parks & Recreation - Community Center
- PARK & REC RATES 2014 — 1/3/2014
- ratesheet1 (PDF)
- Woolen Mills Memory Book — 6/30/2013
- memorybook2 (PDF) — Large File: 5MB
- Guidelines for Submitting to The Buckham Bulletin — 6/11/2013
Parks & Recreation - Community Enrichment
- Fishing Clinics for Summer — 7/2/2013
- fishingcliniclayout (PDF)
- Youth Art Classes — 6/28/2013
- parkrecartflyer1 (PDF)
- City Enrichment - Summer Programs — 6/18/2013
Parks & Recreation - Fitness Center
- March Group Fitness Schedule — 2/27/2014
- 2014monthlycalendarmarch (PDF)
- Group Fitness Class descriptions — 2/13/2014
- fgfclassinfo (PDF)
- Zumba Classes — 2/13/2014
- zumbaflyer2014 (PDF) — Large File: 5MB
Parks & Recreation - Ice Arena
- 2013 December Open Skate Calendar — 11/25/2013
- 2013 November Open Skate Schedule — 10/21/2013
- 13novopenskateschedule (PDF)
Parks & Recreation - Sports & Recreation
- 2013-14 WUSP 1 Volleyball Playoff Bracket — 3/7/2014
- 201314wusp1vbpobracket (PDF)
- 13-14 Men's Power Volleyball Playoff Bracket — 3/5/2014
- 13-14 Season 2 CR Power Volleyball Playoff Bracket — 3/4/2014
- 201314crpowvbpobracket (PDF)
- The Point After — 3/7/2014
- The Point After (PDF)
- The Point After — 2/7/2014
- The Point After (PDF)
- Emergency Messages Everbridge — 7/18/2013
The Everbridge system provides city officials with the ability to provide pre-recorded emergency telephone notification/information messages to targeted areas or the entire city. Residents and businesses located within the city limits are encouraged to sign up for Everbridge to be sure they receive timely emergency to be sure they receive timely emergency notifications when alerts are issued.
- Snow Season Helpful Tips & Information — 11/1/2013
Public Works - Storm Water
- Public Notice of Request for Comments MS4 Permit — 2/4/2014
- Stormwater Pollution Prevention Newsletter — 11/21/2013
- 2013 Fall Newsletter (PDF)
- Surface Water Management Plan (SWMP) — 2/17/2009
Public Works - Streets
Public Works - Water
- Frozen Water Service Lines — 2/19/2014
- Due to the amount of frozen water services as a result of frost depth, city staff is recommending residents check the cold tap water temperature. If the cold water temperature drops to 40 degrees or less, staff recommends residents consider running their cold water at a small stream to prevent freezing of their water service. This will result in a higher utility bill and is at the homeowner's expense, but can help you keep your water service from freezing. For additional information see City Code Section 28-51.
- Consumer Confidence Water Quality Report — 4/4/2013
- Wellhead Protection Plan Implementation Summary — 11/20/2012