Anyone interested in helping out with the construction of the new disc golf course in Lagoon Park in Montevideo is asked to call Dixie Tilden at (320) 269-2984 to sign up for two-hour shifts between 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 25.
No political signs in public areas
The city of Montevideo reminds homeowners that the Montevideo sign ordinance prohibits the placement of signs, including campaign signs, in public rights of way or other public areas. Campaign signs are allowed on private property.
Questions concerning placement of political signs can be directed to City Manager Steve Jones or community development director Angie Steinbach at city hall at (320) 369-6575.