​                   Comp Plan 2040:
           Click the link for more details


This is the current comp plan adopted September 13, 2022


Please check out city codes page for some new Resolutions that affect the City of Mendota!!!

    



                                                                                                        PUBLIC NOTICE
                                                       CITY OF MENDOTA
                                                      COUNTY OF DAKOTA
                                                     STATE OF MINNESOTA

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN::

Notice is hereby given, the Mendota Planning Commission will be conducting a work
session meeting on Monday, August 3, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. via remote conferencing. The
purpose of the meeting will be to establish rules, procedures and guidelines for the
newly established Commission. No petitions, applications or other public requests will
be addressed at the meeting.

To access the meeting, please use the following instructions:
The webinar address is:

https://zoom.us/j/94824057096?pwd=U2dQNDloejFMK1TUlhndDAwZDVJQT09

The passcode is:540818
Mendota is part of the Northern Dakota County Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Network along with West St. Paul, Mendota Heights and Lilydale.   

What is a Yellow Ribbon Community?

A Yellow Ribbon Community unites all areas within a community to create a comprehensive network that connects and coordinates agencies, organizations, resources and employers for the purpose of proactively supporting Service members, military families, and Veterans.

Why become a Yellow Ribbon Community?

Since 9/11, thousands of Minnesotans have served the country. By developing a Yellow Ribbon Network, communities unite to honor and embrace those affected by military deployments. The outward showing of support enables successful transition all the way home. The community's effort transcends the military to any group in need and builds a stronger, more compassionate community.

How Can We Help?
Short term help with bills
Assistance in complying with code enforcement citations.
Lawn mowing, yard cleanup or snow removal
Financial assistance to repair a major appliance
Gas cards to help get to work or school  
Diapers and baby items, Children’s clothing
Holiday toys for kids
Trusted referrals for repairs
Assistance with purchasing a used vehicle or getting a vehicle repaired
Help with moving
National Guard 2nd Battalion, 135th Infantry Regiment
We also provide assistance to the National Guard Second Battalion, 135th Infantry Division attached to the West St. Paul Armory. 

Northern Dakota County Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Steering Committee for 2020:
Chair: Neil Garlock, Mendota Heights
Vice Chair: Brian Mielke, Mendota
Secretary: Mary Schultz, Lilydale
Treasurer: Shirley Buecksler, West St. Paul
Business Liaison Officer: Ed Iago, West St. Paul
Volunteer Coordinator: Jan Bremner, West St. Paul
Elected Official: West St. Paul Councilmember Bob Pace

Contact 
651-259-2614
yellowribbon@wspmn.gov

BYR Homecoming
  If you are a Veteran looking for employment, we may be able to help.
Contact the Yellow Ribbon at: 651-259-2614 or yellowribbon@wspmn.gov. Thank you for your service!
Key Veteran Resources

24-Hour CRISIS Hotline - 952-891-7171
Dakota County Veterans Services - 651-554-5805
Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs - VetLink Support Line 1-888-546-5838 (One Stop Support Center)
US Dept of Veterans Affairs - Minneapolis VA Health Care System - 612-725-2000 / 866-414-5058
Veterans Employment Services - Minnesota Dept. of Employment and Economic Development
MN Military Family Assistance Center - 651-282-4749
Are you looking for help or wondering how to help someone with mental health issues? Here are several resources in Minnesota for information and support! 
NAMI Minnesota 
NAMI Southeast Minnesota
Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health
PACER Center, champions for children with disabilities
The ARC Minnesota, disability and public policy advocacy:
United Way 211, search for local resources
Disability Hub MN, a free statewide resource network that helps you solve problems, navigate the system, and plan for your future
SAVE MN, suicide awareness and education:
Minnesota Recovery Connection, advocacy, resources, and support groups:


Scholarships are available annually to Military Members and their family through Folds of Honor
WHO: Military Families
WHAT: Folds of Honor Scholarship Programs
WHERE: Folds of Honor website
WHY: Opportunity for military veteran-families to apply for scholarships opportunities
HOW: To apply, go to the Folds of Honor Scholarship page. Questions can be emailed to Folds of Honor Scholarship.

Beyond the Yellow Ribbon 
Ed Iago
Business Liaison Officer
NORTHERN DAKOTA COUNTY
BEYOND the YELLOW RIBBON GROUP
1616 Humboldt Ave., West St. Paul, MN 55118
651-259-2614...(Please leave message) d text.
ATTENTION MENDOTA RESIDENTS

The City Council meeting scheduled for September 14, 2021 has been changed to Monday September 13, 2021 at 7:30pm, at the VFW in Mendota.    

Any questions please feel free to call the city clerk.

Thanks,
Kathy
651-322-0827
Attention Mendota Residents:

There will be an open house to discuss the zoning for the city of Mendota.

Meeting will be:
January 31, 2022 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm.
The meeting will be held upstairs at the VFW
Located at 1323 Sibley Memorial Hwy


Come in anytime between 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Take a look at what we have so far and leave your comments.  

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FOR
City of Mendota Zoning Codes

  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that A Public Hearing will be held February 8, 2022, Located at the Mendota VFW Post 6690, 1323 Sibley Memorial Highway at 7:30p.m. The purpose of the hearing is to consider the revision of the Official Zoning Map and to provide public input regarding the revised and updated Zoning Code. The Zoning Code update includes revisions that support the City’s recently adopted 2040 Comprehensive Plan. If you have any questions regarding this public hearing, please direct them to the City Clerk at 651-322-0827.


  This notice is given pursuant to Minnesota Law
Dated 1/27/22

Kathy Krotter, City Clerk 

​Attention Mendota Residents:

The regular scheduled council meeting for November has been changed from Tuesday November 8, 2022 to Wednesday November 9, 2022.   Regular time 7:30 pm at the VFW upstairs.   


THANKS
City Clerk   
 Notice is hereby given that a special meeting will be held to conduct a Public meeting regarding a new development at the Benson Metals locations at 1300 Sibley Memorial Highway.  

The purpose of the meeting is to inform the public of the project and allow comments regarding the proposed project at the Benson Metals location.

The special meeting will be held on September 13, 2022 from 6 pm to 7 pm before the regular scheduled council meeting at 7:30 pm at the VFW, 1323 Sibley Memorial Highway, Mendota, MN in the upstairs hall.  

Everyone is welcomed.

City Clerk 
The primary elections are coming up November 8, 2022.   If you are a Mendota Resident and need to register to vote, you can do it the day of the elections at the polling place, located at the Sibley DuBois house at 1357 Sibley Memorial Highway in Mendota.   If you would like to vote early or register earlier you can go to the Dakota County Northern Service Center located at 1 W. Mendota Road, in West St Paul.  Or the Dakota County Administration Building located at 1590 Highway 55 in Hastings, MN   55033.   Any questions please feel free to call the Elections office at 651-438-4305 or email at elections@co.dakota.mn.us.     Thanks    
CITY OF MENDOTA DAKOTA COUNTY, MINNESOTA

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER VACATE OF F STREET

PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1316 3 RD STREET

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That a public hearing will be held before the City Council on the 13 th day of December 2022 in the City Hall located at 1323 Sibley Memorial Highway at 7:30 pm to consider a petition to partially vacate
30’ of F Street right of way, south of 3 rd Street and west of F Street, city of
Mendota. Any questions feel free to call the city clerk at 651-322-0827.

Dated this 22 nd day of November, 2022

Signed by:
Kathy Krotter, City Clerk