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City reminds residents of fireworks ordinances

The sale of fireworks can begin on June 28 within Hastings city limits for the celebration of the Independence Day holiday. Permissible fireworks may be sold and ignited from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. June 28 – July 2, and from 10 a.m. to midnight July 3-4. Fireworks may not be used on any public street, alley, sidewalk, park or other property owned by the…

City announces plans to reopen facilities

The Hastings City Council approved plans for city facilities to reopen as COVID-19 restrictions continue to loosen. While many departments will open in some capacity on June 29, others will remain closed longer in order to obtain the proper supplies needed to maintain sanitization and safety measures. Departments that remain closed to the public are…

Virtual City Council meeting set for June 22

The Hastings City Council will meet for its regularly-scheduled meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, June 22, via videoconference. On March 17, Governor Pete Ricketts issued an executive order to permit state and local governmental boards, commissions, and other public bodies to meet by videoconference, teleconference, or other electronic means through…

COVID-19 Video Press Conference Set for June 19

Mayor Corey Stutte, along with health and emergency leaders in the community, will host a video conference call for media at 10 a.m. Friday, June 19. The conference will be live streamed to the public on the City of Hastings website. Participants will include the following: ·         Corey Stutte, City of Hastings ·         Michele Bever, South…

7th Street concrete work begins June 22

Concrete work will temporarily close several intersections along 7th Street beginning on June 22. Ben Engel Construction will reconstruct intersections on 7th Street from California Avenue to 2nd Avenue. Work will consist of removing existing pavement and placing new concrete pavement. Crews will also complete curb, gutter and sidewalk concrete repair…