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Welcome to the river city with small-town ambience by Dennis Dalman Sartell Newsleader Editor

Most visitors to Sartell would probably never imagine the thriving city was a mere “village” not too many decades ago. For many years, the population hovered somewhere in the 300 range. The population is now pushing the 18,000 mark. It wasn’t until the late 1970s and early 1980s that Sartell began to grow noticeably, but when it did – boom! – it went gangbusters. What had once been farm fields and huge open tracts quickly filled with residential developments, businesses, a new city hall, an ice arena, dozens of new neighborhood parks and new city parks, a network of roads and trails, several shopping malls and a medical campus area that attracts patients from throughout central Minnesota and beyond. In just a 10-year period, in the 1980s, Sartell was transformed from a small river town into a dynamic city with scores of amenities its long-time residents would never have dreamed of in the past. What’s remarkable is Sartell managed to achieve all of the growth and resultant infrastructure while still maintaining – year after year – the lowest property-tax rate among all the cities in the

Table of Contents City services.............................4 State & county officials...........6 Schools.....................................8 Parks........................................11 City map............................12-14 Calendar of events..................16 Day care providers.................20 Advertising Index...................23

greater St. Cloud area. To this day, however, despite its metro-style growth, Sartell still preserves its river-town charms with its parks, quaint old neighborhoods, leisurely pedestrian-friendly walking-biking trails and a down-home ambience. Sartell is an example of how success begets success. As the city grew by leaps and bounds, businesses and residents from far and wide moved to Sartell for its amenities, its services, recreation options, job opportunities and – last but not least – one of the finest school districts in the state. The school district includes St. Stephen, a city northwest of Sartell, which, like Sartell, has also grown with the years and yet still retains its rural, rustic beauty with some of the most beautiful farmland and wooded areas in the state. For a very long time, the two economic giants in Sartell were its Verso paper mill and its industrial valve plant (DeZurik Co.), both of which had major customers throughout the world. Sadly, in 2012 an explosion at the paper mill, which killed an employee, caused the plant to shut down permanently after more than 100 years of steady operation. It was a terrible economic and personal loss to the residents of Sartell, many of whom had worked at that plant for generations.

But life goes on . . . And Sartell has much to look forward to, including a community center, which is now under construction in south Sartell, an area of business-residential and cultural developments dubbed “Town Square.” The center will include three gyms, an elevated indoor walking track, a community meeting room, large kitchen, a senior-citizen area, play areas for children and possibly some limited library services. That $11-million facility, long anticipated, will be paid for by regional half-cent sales-tax revenue to the city. Another exciting development, soon to be built, is a new state-of-the-art high school for Sartell, along with improvements to the existing schools: middle school, old high school, two elementary schools and pre-school programming. Residents approved those projects in a $105-millioin referendum in 2016. Those are just two of the many projects that are in the works or in the planning stages for Sartell. We encourage visitors to explore Sartell at leisure – its city hall, businesses, schools, parks, trails, shopping malls and medical facilities. It’s a city that truly has something for everybody. The staff of the Sartell-St. Stephen Newsleader newspaper want to join the city in giving visitors a warm welcome to Sartell.

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City Services Sartell City Council

During the summer months (June, July and August), the Sartell City Council meets at 6 p.m. on the second Monday of each month. However, most of the rest of the year (except for December), the council meets at 6 p.m. on both the second and fourth Mondays of the month. Mayor Sarah Jane Nicoll, 320-309-7765 or Mike Chisum, 320-492-2675 or Ryan Fitzthum, 320-493-5891 or Pat Lynch, 320-240-0770 or David Peterson, 320-492-8017 or

City Hall

125 Pinecone Road N. • 320-253-2171 The city administrator is Mary Degiovanni, who leads a staff of about 50 full-time city employees.

Fire Department

220 Fourth Ave. S. • 911 • Non-emergency: 320-253-3041 Led by Fire Chief Jim Sattler, the state-of-the-art Sartell Fire Department has 30 highly trained volunteers who not only fight fires, but also help on medical calls, car accidents and many other emergencies.

Police Department

310 Second St. S. • 911 • Non-emergency: 320-251-8186 Led by Police Chief Jim Hughes, the police force is comprised of 19 full-time officers, a community service officer and 10 volunteer reserve program officers, along with three administrative staff members.

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City council meetings take place at 6:30 p.m. the first Wednesday of the month at City Hall. Mayor Cindy VanderWeyst: Jeff Blenkush: Gene Skaj: Danita Traut: Tom Vouk:

City Hall

2 Sixth Ave. SE • 320-251-0964 The city clerk is Cris Drais. Office hours are Tuesdays from 4:30-7:30 p.m.

Fire Department

2 Sixth Ave. SE • 911 • Non-emergency: 320-251-0964 Led by Fire Chief Jeff Drais, St. Stephen Fire and Rescue has 24 highly-trained volunteers who not only fight fires, but also help on medical calls, car accidents and many other emergencies.

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Area Representatives

State Rep. Tim O’Driscoll (R) District 13B 100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. 451 State Office Building, St. Paul, MN 55155 651-296-7808 or 1-800-920-9984

State Sen. Michelle Fischbach (R) District 13 100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. State Office Building, Room 153, St. Paul, MN 55155 651-296-2084

U.S. Rep. Tom Emmer (R) Sixth District

503 Cannon House Office Building, Washington D.C. 20515 202-225-6475

U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar (DFL)

302 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510 612-727-5220

U.S. Sen. Al Franken (DFL)

309 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510 D.C. Phone 202-224-5641 MN Phone 320-251-2721

Stearns County Commissioner Joe Perske (Second District) 509 N. 10th St., Sartell, MN 56377 320-259-8270

Benton County Commissioner Jim McMahon (Third District)

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Schools Oak Ridge Elementary School - K-4th grade. 1111 27th St. N., Sartell, MN 56377 (320) 258-3693 Pine Meadow Elementary School - K-4th grade. 1029 Fifth St. N., Sartell, MN 56377 (320) 253-8303 Sartell Middle School - 5th-8th grades. 627 Third Ave. N., Sartell, MN 56377 (320) 253-2200 Sartell High School - 9th-12th grades. 748 Seventh St. N., Sartell, MN 56377 (320) 656-0748 Sartell School District Service Center - Pre-K 212 Third Ave. N., Sartell, MN 56377 (320) 656-3701 District Web Address: The Sartell-St. Stephen School District has an excellent reputation for the quality of programs and services offered to students of all ages. The breadth and scope of the curricular program, extra-curricular opportunities and specialized programs make the school district one of the finest in Central Minnesota. Staff and administration are dedicated professionals who work closely with students and their parents to maintain a high standard of educational excellence.

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Sartell Parks Below is information about each of the parks and natural greenways located in Sartell. For more information, visit Parks are numbered accordingly on the map on pages 12-13.

Regional & Community Parks

Neighborhood Parks

1. Celebration Park – located on 1012 19th Ave. N. This park has open space, playground, wading pool and restrooms. 2. Lions Park – situated off Pinecone Road and along the Watab River. Open space, trails, trees and benches are abundant in this space. – 6.15 acres 3. Northside Park – located along 12th Street N. You can find a large play structure, swings, open pavilion, 10 grills, swinging benches, basketball court, volleyball court, disc golf course, horseshoe pits, sliding hill, trails and Champion Field (soccer, baseball, softball, bleachers) at this location. – 36.32 acres 4. Pinecone Central Park – includes Pine Ridge Golf Course as well as baseball fields, soccer fields, hiking-biking trails, cross-country ski trails and a dog park. 5. Pinecone Regional Park – located next to Sartell City Hall along Pinecone Road, this seven-acre park features the Bernick’s hockey arena, hiking-biking trails and natural native vegetation with a creek flowing through it. 6. Rotary Riverside Park – Developed by the Sartell Rotary organization, it has easy access to the Mississippi River via a floating deck/ fishing pier. It also boasts picnic and recreational amenities and plenty of parking. 7. Sartell Veterans Park – located on Riverside Avenue. At this park is a monument, gazebo, open space and swinging benches facing the Mississippi River. – .77 acres. 8. Sauk River Regional Park – Sartell’s newest park is a pristine piece of property along the meandering Sauk River in south Sartell at the border line with north St. Cloud. The park boasts hiking-biking trails, a picnic area and access to the river as well as to St. Cloud’s Whitney Park via a walking bridge. 9. Val Smith – situated along County Road 29. This park has two play structures, swings, open and enclosed pavilion, picnic tables, horseshoes, sliding hill, a baseball field, a hockey rink, a basketball court, a volleyball court, tennis courts, a softball field, restrooms and swinging benches. – 12.51 acres 10. Watab Creek Park (North and South) – located along the Watab River off Riverside Ave. S. This park has a wading pool, restrooms, play structures, swings, swinging benches, picnic tables, a softball field, enclosed pavilion, volleyball court, public art pieces and trails with benches – 11.88 acres.

11. Creekview Preserve Park – a 1.87-acre park of hilly woodlands and a play structure. 12. Cypress Park – located on Fifth Street N. This park has a play structure, swings, swinging bench and a park shelter with a table. - .71 acres 13. Eastside Kiddie Park – located along County Road 33 and Fourth Street. Play structures, swings, basketball hoop and a bench are located within this park. – .72 acres 14. Fox Run of Avalon Village Park – a five-acre green space with playground equipment. 15. Geoffrey Park – accessible by trail and located on Tennessee Drive and 22nd Street S. This park provides open space and a playground. 16. Huntington Park – situated behind Pheasant Drive. This is a natural park with trails and open space. 17. Madison Crossing Park – a one-acre park with a play structure. 18. Meadowlake Park – located on 13th Street S. It contains a play structure, swings and a swinging bench. - .56 acres 19. Morningstar Park – located along 15th Street. This park contains a play structure, swings, a swinging bench and a park shelter with table. – .54 acres 20. Nature’s Edge Park – situated on Third Street S. Items at the park include a play structure, swings and a swinging bench. – .25 acres 21. Pine Tree Pond Park – located on Fifth Street N. A play structure, swings and picnic table are located at this park. – .47 acres 22. & 23. Rolling Meadows East and West – situated on 2-1/2 Street. These two areas have play structures, picnic tables, swinging benches and trails – East is 1.31 acres and West is 3.7 acres. 24. Sabre Oaks Park – located on Third Street S. You will find a play structure, swings, a swinging bench and a park shelter with table here. – .27 acres 25. Sandstone Park – a 3.33-acre park with trails, playground equipment and water feature. 26. Wilds Park North – situated north of Grizzly Lane. This park contains a wading pool (neighborhood residents only), play structure, swings, swinging benches, picnic tables, a basketball court, tennis courts, a volleyball court and trails. – 7.32 acres 27. Wilds Park South – located south of Grizzly Lane. This location is a natural park with open space and trails. – 2.4 acres


28. Avalon Park – located on 2016 Third St. N. 29. Avalon Park 2 – a two-acre park of greenery and flowers. 30. Linear Park – located along Riverside Drive. Open space and swinging benches face the Mississippi River. – 1.61 acres 31. Newport Park – a 0.75-acre green space. 32. Oak View Pond Park – a 0.2-acre green space. 33. Pine Lakes Park – located on Mockingbird Loop. 34. Rolling Meadows North – located on Ninth Avenue N. It is completely natural with open fields. - 8.52 acres 35. Sartell Heights Park – located behind Seventh Street S and is natural at this time. – 2.56 acres 36. Stonebrook Park – a four-acre neighborhood park with greenery and flowers. 37. Tiffany Meadows Park – a 3.8-acre park with greenery and flowers.


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St. Stephen Neighborhood Parks 1. Hlebain Park – located at First Street SE and Fifth Avenue SE. The park has one basketball hoop, as well as a sand volleyball court. There is a small playground set for children plus a full-size slide and two swings. A small shelter is also present with a picnic table. 2. Parkway Park – located at First Street NE and Seventh Avenue NE. Park amenities include a Rainbow playset, a small skateboard area, a walking path around the park and picnic tables under an open shelter.

3. Smoley Fields – located off of CR 2 and Fifth Street NE. The park has two ball fields with dugouts. The Lions Club maintains a shelter next to the upper field, along with playground equipment. 4. Trobec Field – located off of Half Street SW and First Avenue SW. This is not a city-owned ball field; it is owned by the Church of St. Stephen, and is home to the St. Stephen Steves baseball team.


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Calendar of Events Do you know of an annual community event that you would like us to include? Send your information to: Newsleader, Attn: Resource Guide Events, P.O. Box 324, St. Joseph, MN 56374; or e-mail it to

Rapids River Days - Sauk Rapids


This well attended three-day festival in Sauk Rapids, during the last weekend of June, features many fun-filled events: the selection at a pageant of three young women ambassadors to represent Sauk Rapids for the next year; a River Days Parade, the 1k and 5k Tanner Walk/ Run and the Rapids River Food Fest in Sauk Rapids Municipal Park.

Spring Clean-up


The Sartell Lions host a spring clean-up from 8 a.m. to noon the last Saturday in April at the Sartell Middle School. 320-291-0799.

Golf Courses

Golf courses typically open in April. Call Blackberry Ridge Golf Course at 320-257-4563 and Pine Ridge Golf Course at 320-259-0551 for exact dates.

May-September Market Monday

Many area farmers from a 30-mile radius of Sartell sell fresh produce during Market Monday, a farmers’ market that began in 2011, at Riverside Plaza, 101 Seventh St. N. Hours of operation are from 3-6:30 p.m. An additional farmers’ market is held in the parking lot of CentraCare Health Plaza, 1900 CentraCare Circle, St. Cloud from 2-6 p.m. every Thursday. Among the many items sold are vegetables, maple syrup, honey, meats, eggs, herbs, fresh flowers and crafts.

Independence Day Celebration

A tradition in St. Joseph since 1904, the Fourth of July celebration attracts many thousands of people for its Lions Club-sponsored parade and the Catholic church bazaar, which includes games, dinner, a quilt auction, sales of crafts and baked goods, karaoke and live band music. On the night of July 3, JoeTown Rocks features music as well as fireworks.

Tour of Saints

A long-established tradition in the St. Joseph area is the mid-summer Tour of Saints, a recreational bicycle tour with loops of 35 and 50 miles through some of the most beautiful hilly country in Minnesota.

August Rock ‘n’ Block


On the third Saturday of August, the Sartell Area Chamber of Commerce hosts an outdoor “Rock ‘n’ Block” party that starts in the afternoon and ends late at night. The event features lots of food, kids’ games, a karaoke contest and a band that performs for the outdoor street dance.

Sartell Apple Duathlon

Rice Family Fun Day

Every year, toward the end of May, duathletes come to Sartell from throughout the United States and even from foreign countries to compete in the prestigious Sartell Apple Duathlon. Now in its 34th year, the race features a 5k run, a 33k bicycle course and another 5k run. The Apple Duathlon is widely known as one of the finest duathlon races in the nation. The night before the event, there is a children’s duathlon race.

This festival in downtown Rice, right on Main Street, takes place every year in mid-August. It boasts live bands, a street dance, beer and food vendors, a kiddie parade, a grand parade, kids’ games, raffle drawings and firefighters’ water fights.


The St. Stephen Parish Festival is held annually on Labor Day. The event features live music, games, food, a rummage sale, bingo, auctions, prize drawings and a lot of socializing.

Sartell SummerFest

Each summer, the Sartell SummerFest is scheduled the second weekend in June. The SummerFest, which attracts thousands of people to the city, features a Grand Parade, a big park celebration with a variety of acts, a street dance and fireworks.

Waite Park Family Fun Days

In early June, the Waite Park Family Fun Days is a week-long series of entertainment and celebration. Waite Park is two miles south of Sartell.

Avon Spunktacular Days

This weekend festival takes place in Avon, a city 12 miles southwest of Sartell. It’s usually scheduled for mid-June.

Caramel Roll Bike Ride

Bicyclists ride the Lake Wobegon Trail.

St. Cloud Granite City Days

“Granite City Days” is a four-day annual celebration held in late June.

September St. Stephen Parish Festival

Dash for Dad 5K/Walk

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Millstream Arts Festival

The last Sunday in September, St. Joseph hosts a juried art sale along Minnesota Street in downtown St. Joseph. Food vendors, entertainment and music abound. St. Joseph is five miles southwest of Sartell.

October-April Winter Farmers’ Market

A winter version of Monday Market is held one-two Saturdays per month at Sartell City Hall, 125 Pinecone Road. Hours of operation are from 3-6:30 p.m.

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Mississippi River melts on March 6, 2017 at 600 block of Riverside Avenue N. This was the earliest thaw on record for the area.


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Sartell Area Church Directory (September – May)

Saturday Contemporary Worship: 5 p.m. Sunday Worship: 8:30 & 10:30 a.m. (June – August)

Sunday Worship: 8:30 & 10 a.m. Monday Contemporary Worship: 6:30 p.m.

1500 Pinecone Road N. 320-255-0488

Discovery Church

700 18th St. NW, Sauk Rapids 320-251-5767 Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m. Discovery Hour: 11 a.m.

First United Methodist Church of the St. Cloud Region 1107 Pinecone Road S. 320-251-0804 Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.

Grace Baptist Fellowship

1197 Pinecone Road 320-252-5548 Sunday School: 9:15 a.m. Worship:10:30 a.m., Evening: 6 p.m. Wednesday Ministries: 6:30 p.m.

Messiah Lutheran Church (LCMS) 320 4th Ave. N. 320-252-5883 Sunday Worship: 9 a.m. Sunday Education Hour: 10:20 a.m.

Riverside Evangelical Church

405 Riverside Ave. N. 320-251-5801 Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday School: 11:20 a.m.

Church of the Sacred Heart

2875 10th Ave. NE, Sauk Rapids 320-251-8115 Saturday Worship: 5 p.m. Sunday Worship: 8 & 10 a.m.

St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church 219 2nd St. N. 320-252-1363 Saturday Mass: 5 p.m. Sunday Masses: 8:30 & 10:30 a.m.

The Waters Church

1227 Pinecone Road N. 320-291-0202 Saturday Worship: 5 p.m. Sunday Worship: 9 & 10:45 a.m.







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Advertising Index Accurate Hearing ................................... 10 AFLAC-Deborah Krump ....................... 17 AmericInn Lodge & Suites .................... 23 Associated Montessori Schools ............... 9 Auto Body 2000..................................... 22 Brenny Transportation Inc. ...................... 6 Coborn’s ................................................... 5 Cold Spring Country Store ...................... 7 Coldwell Banker Burnet/Chris Hauck ... 15 CSB/SJU .................................................. 8 Country Manor Campus .......................... 2 Drs. Styles, Cotton & Milbert Family Dentistry ..22 Dungarvin .............................................. 15 Evergreen Village ..................................... 2 Gresser Motor & Sport .......................... 15 Little Sabres Preschool ............................ 9 Local Blend ............................................ 23

Marnanteli’s Pizza.................................. 18 Mechanical Energy Systems .................. 24 Midwest Vision Centers ......................... 21 Moms on the Run .................................. 21 Mustang Signs & Graphics .................... 21 Omann Insurance Agency ........................ 7 Pediatric Dentistry ................................... 7 Pine Cone Pet Hospital .......................... 22 PineCone Vision Center ........................... 4 ProGrowth Insurance Agency ................ 10 Reach-Up ................................................. 8 Riverside Dental....................................... 5

St. John’s Prep ......................................... 9 St. Joseph Rod & Gun Club .................. 21 Sartell Area Churches ............................ 19 Sartell-St. Stephen Newsleader................ 3 Sartell-St. Stephen School District .......... 8 Sartell Tax Service ................................... 6 Senior Linkage Line .............................. 10 Sisters of the Order of St. Benedict ....... 19 State Farm Insurance - Dan Anderson ..... 4 Stearns County Abstract & Title Co. ..... 21 Sterling Park Senior Living. .................... 5 Tri-County Humane Society .................. 10

St. Cloud Federal Credit Union ............... 6 St. Cloud HRA ....................................... 17 St. Cloud Medical Group ......................... 7 St. Cloud Orthopedics............................ 10 St. John’s Outdoor University.................. 9

Wacosa DocuShred/Thriftworks ............ 19 Weddings & More.................................. 22 Welch Dental.......................................... 18 West Central Sanitation ......................... 15 Yapel Orthodontics ................................ 17

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