Public Works Emergencies
In case of water or other utility emergencies, please call public works after hours at 952.960.7914.
On the Calendar
WED, JAN 28, Recycling Day
THURS, JAN 29, Recycling Day-Island
THURS, JAN 29, 8:00 AM - City Council Retreat
TUES, FEB 3, 7:00 PM, Planning Comm. Mtg.
MON, FEB 9, 7:00 PM, City Council Mtg.
TUES, FEB 10, Utility Bills Due
TUES, FEB 10, 7:00 PM, Park Comm. Mtg.
MON, FEB 16, City Hall Closed, President's Day
Volunteers to assist with Shorewood city gardens at the park entrances are needed for 2015. Please contact city hall at 952.960.7900 if you or your family or organization would be interested in assisting.
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Online Utility Bill Payment
The City of Shorewood now offers online utility bill payment services by credit card. To set up your account, have your bill and account number available and click on the utility bill payment button. Follow the instructions. If you have questions, please contact Finance at 952.960.7904.
Shorewood Ice Rinks
Get rink information including warming house locations and hours. Cathcart warming house is closed Thursday, January 29th.
Represent Your City on the Park Commission
There are currently two three-year positions open on the city park commission. The Park Commission serves as an advisory commission to the City Council on park and park programming issues. The Park Commission meets at 7 p.m. on the second Tuesday of the month.
To apply for this volunteer position, please send a letter of interest to the city. You may attach a resume if available, but it is not required. For more information contact city hall by email, or call 952.960.7900.
Report Community Public Works Issues
|Please use our new online system to report issues such as mowing and park concerns, potholes, traffic signal lights and other street issues, drainage problems, and other public works concerns.. You are also encouraged to submit feedback on the online report system.
- Utility Bills
- Pot Holes
- Hydrant Flushing
- Community Center
Pay your utility bill with autoPAY or Online
AutoPAY offers residents the convenience of automatic payment of your utility bill, paid on the due date with no additional charge to you from a checking or savings account. Find out more. Online payment allows you to make a one-time or auto payment by credit card. Utility bills are due on the last weekday in January, April, July and October. Both services are at no extra charge to the customer. Billing questions may be referred to 952.960.7904.
Reporting Pot Holes
Pot Holes can happen overnight and your car has an easy time finding brand new holes! Please report all pot holes to the city, county or MnDOT accordingly.
City water mains are flushed semi-annually in the spring and the fall. Flushing is done to remove mineral deposits that have accumulated in the water pipes. Households may experience rusty water, discoloration or other problems during flushing. City crews take precautions to limit problems. However, if you do experience rusty water, running the cold-water tap will clean out your system. Call the Utility Division at 952.960.7900 if you have a problem related to flushing that does not clear up within 48 hours.
When is Recycling Service Pick-up?
The recycling pick-up is every other week. Extra Recycling containers are available for one-time use; if you are having a large gathering and need addition containers, contact Julie at 952-960-7906. You may now place paper cartons and all plastics #1-#7 in your cart. For a complete list see the 2015 calendar.
City code requires for-profit solicitors to get a solicitation license from the city. Each solicitor must carry a copy of the license, and they must be able to show it upon request. No FEMA solicitors will be going door to door. Call 9-1-1 if you are contacted by one.