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Transportation and Parking Master Plan Survey

The City of Hastings is continuing to collect data for its Transportation and Parking Master Plan, and residents now have another opportunity to share their opinions. A recently-launched survey on the city’s website, www.cityofhastings.org/tpmp, allows residents to explain the things they enjoy about the city’s current transportation and parking system,…

Curb and gutter concrete work begins Monday

Curb and gutter work will affect parking along part of Denver Avenue beginning on Monday, Aug. 24. Ben Engel Construction is expected to begin replacing the curb and gutter on Denver Avenue from 4th Street to 7th Street, and no parking zones will be in effect for one side of the street at a time during construction. Construction is expected to last…

Series of resurfacing work begins Monday

Part of Highland Road will be temporarily closed to through traffic beginning on Monday, Aug. 24 for resurfacing work. Vontz Paving will begin milling and asphalt resurfacing on Highland Road from 12th Street to the city/county line. The work is expected to take approximately one week, weather permitting, and local traffic will be reduced to one lane…

City works to prevent the spread of COVID-19

The City of Hastings is constantly adapting to the latest health information regarding the spread of COVID-19, and we want our residents to rest assured that there will be no disruptions to utility services. Read the full press release here.

Press Release: City Hall and Utilities Office Closed to the Public

The City of Hastings is closing city hall and the utilities business office to the public effective immediately as communities continue to receive guidance from Governor Pete Ricketts and health officials regarding ongoing efforts to avoid the spread of COVID-19. See the full press release here.