Preston City Council
The Preston City Council
regularly meets at 6:00 P.M., the first and third Mondays of the Month. Meetings are held in
the City Council Chambers in City Hall, unless otherwise noted.
Mayor Kurt Reicks
City & Public Utility Office
City Administrator /
Utility General Manager
Public Works Director
Deputy City Clerk
Utility Office Manager
Economic Development Director
Council Meeting Agenda
Frequently requested files
These files are available on-line
in the Acrobat .pdf format.
Additional formats may be available by contacting City Hall (507) 765-2153
Adobe Acrobat Reader may be downloaded for free using the following link.
Code of Ordinances
The Preston Code of Ordinances is available online.
Preston Code of
Please note that the City Council
does make occasional changes to the Code of Ordinances. These changes may not
yet be added to the online version. The official copy of the Code of
Ordinances is available for review at City Hall.
Preston Flood Map Information
Flood Insurance Rate Map for the City of Preston (pdf)
Flood Insurance Study Booklet (pdf)
Preston City Hall is at 210 Fillmore Street West. It
is located on the Northwest corner of the Courthouse Square in the lower level
of the Preston Carnegie Library.
City Hall is open Monday thru Friday
from 8:00AM to 4:30PM.
Preston City Hall
P.O. Box 657
Preston, MN 55965
ATTENTION POLITICAL CANDIDATES -
THE PRESTON SIGN ORDINANCE APPLIES TO CAMPAIGN SIGNS
Please view the ordinance HERE
Planning and Zoning
Matt Schultz- Chairman
Joe Hoffman - Zoning
The City of
Preston requires building permits for many construction
activities, including but not limited to:
- Building or adding to a garage
- Garden/utility sheds
- House/building additions
(any construction that adds to the footprint of
- Fences/retaining walls
Please call City Hall (507) 765-2153 to
check if your project requires a building permit.
The City of Preston has adopted a Floodplain
Ordinance as part of a program that makes FEMA flood insurance
available to our residents. In order to minimize future flood
losses, the floodplain ordinance closely regulates construction
activities in the floodplain. It is strongly suggested that
property owners contact city hall before starting any
project in the floodplain.
It is the
responsibility of the homeowner to contact City Hall and
determine whether a building permit is required for work to be
done. Some P&Z questions (setbacks, permitted uses, etc.) may be
easily answered by referring to the 'Land
Use' section of the Preston Code.
Preston Zoning Map
(as of 06-22-16)