City of Proctor

City of Proctor The City of Proctor is a Minnesota municipality and Government Organization that provides public and government services. Office Hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.

to 4:30 p.m. Due to Covid-19, offices are closed to the public until further notice. If you're looking for the official source of information about the City of Proctor, please visit our website at https://proctormn.gov/

Operating as usual

04/23/2021
Winter Parking Rules will no longer be enforced as of March 23, 2021.  Overnight parking on streets and alleys is now al...
03/23/2021

Winter Parking Rules will no longer be enforced as of March 23, 2021. Overnight parking on streets and alleys is now allowed.

Winter Parking Rules will no longer be enforced as of March 23, 2021. Overnight parking on streets and alleys is now allowed.

03/23/2021

As of March 23, 2021 Winter Parking rules will no longer be enforced. Overnight parking on streets and alleys is now allowed.

Winter Parking Rules will no longer be enforced as of March 23, 2021.  Overnight parking on streets and alleys is now al...
03/23/2021

Winter Parking Rules will no longer be enforced as of March 23, 2021. Overnight parking on streets and alleys is now allowed.

As of March 23, 2021 Winter Parking Rules will no longer be enforced. Overnight parking on streets and alleys is now allowed.

As of today, March 23, 2021, Winter Parking Rules will no longer be enforced.  Overnight parking on streets and alleys i...
03/23/2021

As of today, March 23, 2021, Winter Parking Rules will no longer be enforced. Overnight parking on streets and alleys is now allowed.

As of today, March 23, 2021, Winter Parking Rules will no longer be enforced. Overnight parking on streets and alleys is now allowed.

As of today, March 23, 2021, Winter Parking Rules will no longer be enforced.  Residents can now park on streets and all...
03/23/2021

As of today, March 23, 2021, Winter Parking Rules will no longer be enforced. Residents can now park on streets and alleys overnight.

As of today, March 23, 2021, Winter Parking Rules will no longer be enforced. Residents can now park on streets and alleys overnight.

Food Give Away Today! St. Luke's Event and Hockey Arena.
03/16/2021

Food Give Away Today! St. Luke's Event and Hockey Arena.

Food Give Away Today! St. Luke's Event and Hockey Arena.

Update: This also affects our customers on Railroad Avenue, as they are on the same feed. Proctor Public Utilities is aw...
03/11/2021

Update: This also affects our customers on Railroad Avenue, as they are on the same feed.

Proctor Public Utilities is aware of a partial power outage in the area of Third Avenue between 4th Street and 5th Street. Minnesota Power is dispatching crews and we hope to have the issue resolved shortly. There is a blown fuse is that area, which seems to be the cause. Thank you for your patience!

Update: This also affects our customers on Railroad Avenue, as they are on the same feed.

Proctor Public Utilities is aware of a partial power outage in the area of Third Avenue between 4th Street and 5th Street. Minnesota Power is dispatching crews and we hope to have the issue resolved shortly. There is a blown fuse is that area, which seems to be the cause. Thank you for your patience!

UPDATE: Minnesota Power has not found the issue yet, but power has been restored to all of Proctor!  If you are still ou...
02/26/2021

UPDATE: Minnesota Power has not found the issue yet, but power has been restored to all of Proctor! If you are still out, please call the office at (218) 624-4055. Thank you!

Proctor Public Utilities is aware of a power outage affecting the entire City of Proctor. Our feed from Minnesota Power is locked out and crews have been dispatched. We hope to have power restored shortly. Thank you for your patience!

UPDATE: Minnesota Power has not found the issue yet, but power has been restored to all of Proctor! If you are still out, please call the office at (218) 624-4055. Thank you!

Proctor Public Utilities is aware of a power outage affecting the entire City of Proctor. Our feed from Minnesota Power is locked out and crews have been dispatched. We hope to have power restored shortly. Thank you for your patience!

02/26/2021

Proctor Public Utilities is aware of the power outage and is currently working with Minnesota Power to resolve the issue. At this time it is an estimated restoration time of 1:30 pm.

02/13/2021

NO WATER/LOW PRESSURE UPDATE:

Proctor Public Utilities would like to inform our customers that, this evening, the City of Proctor was without water (or had low water pressure in some areas) due to our feed from Duluth. The City of Duluth reports that the sensors at the water tower on Vinland, which provides our water to Proctor, iced up and stopped calling for water to fill the tower. They are working to fill the tower but all customers should have water now. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.

02/12/2021
02/04/2021

Are you goal oriented? Do you pay attention to detail? Do you long for a challenging career with the ability to make a positive impact on the community? We have great news for you. WE’RE HIRING! Attached is a link to our city website containing the qualifications and requirements needed to join our team! The deadline for applications is February 26th, 2021. We can’t wait to hear from you!! Apply today.

https://proctormn.gov/wp-lib/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Police-Officer-Job-announcement-2021.pdf

There will be two online open houses held this Thursday, January 14, to give community members an opportunity to learn m...
01/11/2021

There will be two online open houses held this Thursday, January 14, to give community members an opportunity to learn more about the Proctor Transportation Plan.

Both meetings are open to the public and scheduled for Thursday, January 14 at:
• 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm (presentation at noon with opportunity to ask questions)
Click to join Microsoft Teams meeting online
or call 218-302-4275 / Phone Conference ID: 320 663 336# (audio only)
• 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm (presentation at 4 p.m. with opportunity to ask questions)
Click to join Microsoft Teams meeting online
or call 218-302-4275 / Phone Conference ID: 503 722 032# (audio only)
The meetings can be accessed by clicking on the links, above, or by visiting the MIC’s page at Duluth-Superior Metropolitan Interstate Council.

The Proctor Transportation Plan defines the community’s vision for how it would like its transportation system to look, feel and function. A central theme is supporting the safe and efficient movement of people of all ages, abilities and incomes, as well as the safe and efficient movement of goods in and through the City of Proctor and adjacent neighborhoods. The final Plan recommends short- and long-term strategies to implement the vision. This work will position Proctor well into the future with a direction for upcoming transportation projects that meet community needs and achieve the goal of an integrated, multimodal transportation system.

The plan document as well as more information can be found at www.dsmic.org/proctor.

For more information contact James Gittemeier, Principal Planner at the MIC, at [email protected] or (218) 728-1836.

There will be two online open houses held this Thursday, January 14, to give community members an opportunity to learn more about the Proctor Transportation Plan.

Both meetings are open to the public and scheduled for Thursday, January 14 at:
• 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm (presentation at noon with opportunity to ask questions)
Click to join Microsoft Teams meeting online
or call 218-302-4275 / Phone Conference ID: 320 663 336# (audio only)
• 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm (presentation at 4 p.m. with opportunity to ask questions)
Click to join Microsoft Teams meeting online
or call 218-302-4275 / Phone Conference ID: 503 722 032# (audio only)
The meetings can be accessed by clicking on the links, above, or by visiting the MIC’s page at Duluth-Superior Metropolitan Interstate Council.

The Proctor Transportation Plan defines the community’s vision for how it would like its transportation system to look, feel and function. A central theme is supporting the safe and efficient movement of people of all ages, abilities and incomes, as well as the safe and efficient movement of goods in and through the City of Proctor and adjacent neighborhoods. The final Plan recommends short- and long-term strategies to implement the vision. This work will position Proctor well into the future with a direction for upcoming transportation projects that meet community needs and achieve the goal of an integrated, multimodal transportation system.

The plan document as well as more information can be found at www.dsmic.org/proctor.

For more information contact James Gittemeier, Principal Planner at the MIC, at [email protected] or (218) 728-1836.

City Hall Offices closed Monday, January 18 in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
01/07/2021

City Hall Offices closed Monday, January 18 in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

City Hall Offices closed Monday, January 18 in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

City Offices Closed January 1, 2021.  Have a safe and happy New Year!
12/31/2020

City Offices Closed January 1, 2021. Have a safe and happy New Year!

12/22/2020
12/17/2020

The City of Proctor and the Proctor Public Utilities Commission is accepting applications for the position of Utility Billing Clerk.

Complete job description and application requirements can be found at www.proctormn.gov. Submit application and resume to Proctor City Hall, Attn: City Administrator Jessica Rich, 100 Pionk Drive Proctor, MN 55810 or email to [email protected]. Position opened December 14, 2020 and will remain open until it is filled.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENTCITY OF PROCTORSTREET AND UTILITY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN Notice is hereby given the...
12/08/2020

NOTICE OF PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT
CITY OF PROCTOR
STREET AND UTILITY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN

Notice is hereby given the City of Proctor is seeking public comment on the proposed City of Proctor Street and Utility Capital Improvement Plan (CIP.) The City of Proctor CIP includes the following details: street inventory and condition, sanitary sewer inventory and condition, water main inventory and condition, recommend project areas and estimated project costs. A copy of the plan is available for inspection on the City of Proctor website https://proctormn.gov/ or by requesting an electronic copy to [email protected]. Questions or comments may be directed to the City Administrator’s Office 218-624-3641 or [email protected]. The Proctor City Council will consider plan adoption at their Monday January 4, 2020 regular city council meeting.
Jess Rich
City of Proctor Administrator

11/23/2020

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The City of Proctor and the Proctor Public Utilities Commission is accepting applications for the position of Utility Billing Clerk. Complete job description and application requirements can be found at www.proctormn.gov. Application and resume submitted to Proctor City Hall, Attn: City Administrator Jessica Rich 100 Pionk Drive Proctor, MN 55810 or [email protected]. Position opened December 14, 2020 and until the position is filled.