City of Morristown Welcomes You
Everything You Need to Know
This southern Minnesota community is based on the Cannon river and is best known for its beautiful dam. About 987 people call this quiet, neighborly community their home. While Morristown is a small city, we are located just 8 miles from Faribault and I-35, 15 miles from Waseca and 25 miles from Owatonna.
There is plenty to do in Morristown. With several lakes in the area and the Sakatah State Trail that runs right through the city, there is plenty of outdoor recreation. We invite you to learn more about our beautiful city.
Join us for our Annual Dam Days celebration the first weekend after Memorial Day!
News & Updates
NOTICE: Special Meeting & Work Session
A Special Meeting will take place on
Thursday, August 11th, 2022 at 7 p.m. with a work session to follow.
Office will be closed
Fire Hall, Community Center, & City Hall will be closed
all day August 24th - 26th for parking lot sealcoating.
Sorry for any inconvenience.
Hydrant flushing will be moved to the second WEDNESDAY of the month starting in August.
Morristown Historical Society Meeting
The full membership meeting of the Morristown Historical Society scheduled for July 26th has been rescheduled to August 23rd. Time and location will stay the same. 6pm at the Morristown Community Center.
Dog Licenses expired May 31st
Dog licenses expired May 31st. Stop at City Hall to get your new tags. Don't forget to bring the $10.00 fee along with vaccination information.
Zoning Board Members Needed
What is a zoning board? Why join?
Many communities use zoning to help them protect the aspects of life that they cherish. The intent of zoning is to balance individual property rights with the rights of the general public for a healthy, safe and orderly community.
Water Hydrants will be flushed the second Wednesday of months,
April through November.
Services Available to the Community
The City of City of Morristown has a collection of online resources and useful tools available to the greater community. It’s easy to find what you’re looking for here, no matter your interest. Check out our list below, and please contact us with any questions.
PSN - Pay Online
You can pay your utility bill by check, savings, credit card, or debit card by going online or on a mobile app.
You’ll need to register on your first visit. After registering, payments are 3 easy steps
Pay immediately, schedule a payment or set up Auto-Pay for the amount of your rent (Auto-pays must be set up online)
Print receipts, view past electronic payments, see status of payments, stop Auto-Pay, and more
Agendas & Minutes
For Your Convenience
Upcoming City Council, Zoning Board & EDA Agendas - New Documents Are Posted Three Days Before Meeting