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City Ordinance Reminds Property Owners to Clear Sidewalks

Marshfield (OnFocus) The City communications department issued a public notice to property owners on Wednesday that snow needs to be cleared from public sidewalks...
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Snow Emergency Declared for City of Marshfield – Feb 12

Snow Emergency Declared for the City of Marshfield beginning at 8 p.m. Tuesday, February 12, 2019  Tuesday, February 12, 2019 - A snow emergency for the...

97/Central Avenue Bid Process Delayed

The DOT is in the process of reviewing a single bid that was received for the HWY 97/N. Central Ave. road repair project from...

Mayor Q&A: TID #12 and the KC Hall Hotel Development Project

OnFocus spoke with Mayor Bob McManus to get insight on the new tax increment district No. 12 (TID #12), the proposed 86-room Hampton hotel...

City: Rapids Aquatic Center Won’t Affect Marshfield Plans

Plans for a $10 million pool complex in Wisconsin Rapids won’t affect plans for a Marshfield facility to replace Hefko Pool, city officials say. An...

Mike Baltus to Retire as Cemetery Coordinator

After twenty years serving the City of Marshfield, Mike Baltus will retire as Cemetery Coordinator on December 31. Born and raised in Marshfield, Baltus ran...

HWY 97 Potholes Get Repaired

All lanes will be open again on HWY 97 in Marshfield later today as road repairs are completed. Potholes were filled with hot mix asphalt...

Knights of Columbus Hall Attracts Potential Developer

The Knights of Columbus Hall, which closed on December 31 of last year, may be the site of a potential new development. At its October...

City Parking Restrictions Take Effect November 1

On November 1, the City’s overnight parking restrictions take effect. Vehicles may not be parked on city streets or certain areas of city parking...

Mayor Addresses Budget, Parking, and Ethics at Press Conference

At the Mayor and City Administrator’s press conference Wednesday, discussion included School District parking concerns, the City budget, Second Street corridor, HSA’s, and ethics...

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