Feature Story
Welcome to Mankato

Rick Buckmister

Welcome to Mankato

New! eGov and 311 Mankato offer expanded service options

Monday, March 25, 11:35 a.m.

(Click on photo for larger image)

The city of Mankato's online services continue to grow. The city's eGov bill pay options now include a shopping cart feature that allows residents to pay more than one city bill at a time. The only exception is utility billing, which needs to be processed using a separate transaction because doing so is cost efficient. Online options:

Pay utility bills
Pay parking citations
Pay a city invoice
File a police report
Apply for a job
Find a bus route
Receive city news alerts
Follow the city on Facebook
     Mankato Snow Emergency--to be one of the first to know about snow emergencies in Mankato

Follow the city on Twitter
     cityofmankato--all city of news alerts
     mktostreets--to learn about street detours and closures due to construction and water main breaks
     mktosnowalerts--to get information on snow street conditions and staff response to snow event

Apply to volunteer
Request customer service
Make a city park reservation
Report a street light outage

311 Mankato has also expanded its hours from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. 311 Mankato customer service staff are available:

  • by phone at 311 or 507-387-8600;
  • at the counter on the first floor of the Intergovernmental Governmental Center, 10 Civic Center Plaza;
  • or, chat live with staff online.

A major benefit of 311 is that it serves non-emergency calls once directed to 911. Currently, 311 is available to Charter, HickoryTech, Verizon and Sprint customers. City staff are looking to expand 311 with other carrier providers.

For more information contact staff at 311 or 507-387-8600.