Help Clear the Fire Hydrants

Please do your part and clean the Fire Hydrant on your property.

Thank you! Goodhue City Council and Public Works

SEMMCHRA Dispersing $528,420 in Small Cities Development Program Funds for Housing Rehabilitation

SEMMCHRA Dispersing $528,420 in Small Cities Development Program Funds for Housing Rehabilitation in Goodhue and Dennison

The Cities of Goodhue and Dennison received $528,420 in Small Cities Development Program Funding through the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development that will provide funding to improve twenty (20) owner-occupied residential properties.  In partnership with the cities, the Southeastern Minnesota Multi-County Housing & Redevelopment Authority (SEMMCHRA) is administering funding to residents in targeted areas of Goodhue and Dennison.  Financing for the owner-occupied housing rehab activity is in the form of a 10-year deferred loan/grant.  Qualified homeowners will be served on a first come, first serve basis.

Qualified owner-occupied residents who meet established income limits (2022 income limits are:

1 person – $54,250; 2 people – $62,000; 3 people – $69,750; 4 people – $77,450; 5 people – $83,650) are eligible to receive assistance for necessary repairs to their home.  Eligible improvements include: roof, windows, siding, furnace, plumbing or electrical, health and safety, energy efficiency, and accessibility improvements.

For more information on eligibility requirements or to apply for the program, please contact Sara Fuher at the Southeast Minnesota Multi-County Housing & Redevelopment Authority (SEMMCHRA) at (651) 565-2638 ext. 221 or email sara.fuher@semmchra.org.  SEMMCHRA is an equal housing opportunity program.

Council – Agenda Information

Agenda Information
At the city council meeting on July 27, 2022, the City
Council made a motion and accepted the following
request.


Request to be on the agenda deadline is 2:00 pm on the
Friday prior to the Wednesday council meeting.
This would include all documents for the council to
review.


Reminder the City Council meets the 2nd and 4th
Wednesday of each month.


Thank you for understanding.

City Council

City of Goodhue

Absentee Voting Locations and Information

Designation of Municipal Clerks to Administer Absentee Voting

Per Minnesota Statute 203B.05, full-time clerks of any city can be designated to administer absentee voting. The clerks for the cities listed below are hereby designated as alternative absentee voting locations for their residents for the 2022 State Primary and State General Elections. The clerks are not designated to administer absentee ballot board duties.