Letting you know what's happening in your city is a priority for staff, so we use a variety of tools to help you stay informed.
Sign up for Monticello's monthly e-newsletter via Constant Contact! At the beginning of the month you'll get a preview of events, projects, and meetings right in your inbox!
City newsletters are published twice a year. They're mailed to city residents and extra copies are available at City Hall.
The City of Monticello has launched a new City Alerts service! It allows you to sign up to receive text or email notifications. You can select one or more message categories, including Snow Events (alerts for no overnight parking), Emergency Alerts, Road Closures, and more!
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Watch a City Meeting
With the assistance of the Sherburne-Wright Cable Commission, we're able to provide citizens the ability to watch City Council, Planning Commission, and Economic Development Authority meetings live or by recording.
- Stream the meetings live or watch a recording on our Live Stream website.
- Watch live or recordings replayed throughout the week on cable television. FiberNet and TDS customers tune to channel 12. Charter subscribers tune to channel 180.
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Beginning Monday, September 25, 2023 School Blvd. will reopen. Edmonson Avenue between School and Farmstead will be closed to allow for continued private utility work. Read on...
The intersection of Trunk Highway (TH) 25 and Broadway will be closed overnight from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. for about 4 nights – September 25-29. Read on...
Starting August 28, Broadway Street from Pine Street (TH 25) to Elm Street will be closed to through traffic. Read on...