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Welcome to the Official Web Site of Wabasha County - Minnesota

 

Wabasha County is located in Southeastern Minnesota on the Mississippi River. It is considered to be both a part of the Mississippi River Valley, and Mississippi River Bluffs Area. The rich history of this area is evident throughout the county.

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Prior to 1826, the area of Wabasha was inhabited by the Sioux, led by chief Wa-pa-shaw, who would later give the county and city their names. Minnesota Territory was divided into a few large counties. Wabasha was one of the original counties and was decreased significantly in size as it entered statehood. When it was first formed the county ran across Minnesota from the western border of the Missouri River, within present day South Dakota, to the eastern border with Wisconsin along the Mississippi River.

The city of Wabasha is the county seat and also Minnesota’s first and longest continuously inhabited River town. Wabasha was first settled in 1826, becoming an officially recognized city in 1830 with the Prairie du Chien treaty. This makes Wabasha the oldest city in Minnesota..

Wabasha County is part of the 100 mile scenic route known as the Great River Road, which begins in Hastings, and ends in Le Crescent, Minnesota. Wabasha County is at the center of this stretch of scenic river views. This unique location allows for unparalleled scenic vistas, as well as a diverse and rich wildlife population. Wabasha County is home to a large population of American Bald Eagle, and in March, Wabasha County is in the center of what is known as The Flyway which is a path traveled by Bald Eagles and other migratory birds during the winter months. The construction in 2008 of the National Eagle Center allows visitors to observe both the bird migration and the scenic vistas offered by the bluffs and the valley and provides education opportunities with chances to see eagles up close.

More History

 Historic Places

 


 

Public Notices

2014 Local Primary Election Results

2014 State Primary Election Results

2014 Election Information

Public Meeting on a Wheelage Tax

Notice of Adoption of Wabasha County Subsurface Sewage Treatment System Ordinance

Wabasha County Surface Sewage Treatment System Ordinance - Draft

Notice of Intent to Seek Antenna Structure Registration Number (ASR) 

MFIP 2014-15 Biennial Plan Public Notice

Notice of Adoption of Wabasha County ATV Ordinance

Final Report-Organizational Study

Wabasha County Highway Shops Facility Space Study Draft


 


 

Effective March 2013, the County Board of Commissioner’s meetings will be held on the first, third, and fourth Tuesday of each month beginning at 9a.m.

The Human Services meetings will be held on the fourth Tuesday of each month starting at 1:00 p.m.

Meetings are held in the old courthouse annex at 625 Jefferson Avenue in Wabasha, MN. 

 


 

Wabasha County Mission Statement

The mission of Wabasha County government is to administer statutory services to citizens
in a simple, efficient, and fiscally responsible manner.

 

Wabasha County Values Statement

Wabasha County government places a high value on processes that are
simple, efficient and effective, and on conducting business in a fiscally responsible manner.

 

Wabasha County Vision Statement

Wabasha County government will be characterized by administering services efficiently, effectively and simply.
Wabasha County government will ensure that the services rendered by the County
are readily/easily accessed by those who need them.

 

 

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