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The City of Pipestone Parks and Playgrounds WILL REMAIN OPEN during the COVID-19 pandemic but please abide by the social distancing of 6 feet apart from individuals from other households.
Governor Walz recent Executive Order 20-20 directing members to stay...
Attention City of Pipestone Resident’s!!
With heavy rains in the forecast, the Pipestone Water Department recommends discharging your sump pump outside IMMEDIATELY instead of April 1st per City Ordinance. This will hep prevent backups and bypassi...
March 23, 2020, Pipestone, MN - All Pipestone City Offices, with the exception of essential services and City Council meetings, are closed to the public effective at 8:00 a.m. on March 24, 202...
This action is being taken as a protective stop to combat the spread of COVID-19 virus.The Ewert Recreation Center CLOSED on Wednesday, March 18th and will be closed until further notice. This also includes the 24/7 access. Residents with curren...
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The Pipestone Ewert Recreation Center will be closing at 5 pm, Tuesday, March 17th until further notice.
The Pipestone Senior Center will be closed until further notice.
The Hiawatha Lodge will be closing today at 5 pm until further notice. The City will no...
As of March 17, the American Library Association has recommended that public libraries close due to concerns with COVID-19 transmission.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and governor’s executive orders, there have been many changes to local Board of Appeal and Equalization Schedule.
Notice from the Assessors Office
Public Notice-City of Pipestone
Is drinking water safe:
Many systems have received calls asking if COVID-19 can be transmitted via drinking water. COVID-19 is not a waterborne disease and both EPA and CDC have addressed this in the following links: