See Click Fix

The City of Sartell has joined forces with SeeClickFix to provide residents an easier way to report maintenance issues around the city.  SeeClickFix is an app that can be downloaded to your mobile device where you can then report issues, send pictures, and keep track of issues around the city.  You can also click the link on our homepage below to report any non emergency issues to the City.

Christmas Tree Drop Off

The Sartell Compost Site will be open January 10, 2015 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for Christmas Tree Drop Off.  This is open to all City of Sartell residents, we just ask that you bring a food shelf donation to help restock the local food shelf after the holidays.  If you have any items that didn't make it to the compost site during the regular season, you can drop them off on this date as well.

Winter Parking Rules

Winter Parking Rules are in effect.  The Sartell Police Department would like to remind everyone that city ordinance 6-2-3 B prohibits parking on any city street, alley or thoroughfare between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. during the months of November, December, January, February and March. This ordinance is in effect regardless of the amount of snow that may or may not be on the ground during those months. Any vehicles so parked or left in violation of the ordinance, may be ticketed and towed, with the ensuing expense to be paid by the vehicle’s owner.


After Hours Emergency

Sartell City Hall is open from 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. If you have an after hours city
emergency that needs immediate attention, please call the Sartell Police Department at 320-251-8186 and the
appropriate department will be dispatched.

Ski Trails Update

The Ski Trails at Pinecone Central Park are closed due to lack of snow.  Please stay tuned for a change in condition once more snow arrives.

Sartell City News

  • New Sauk River Regional Park

    The Sauk River Regional Park has opened.  Located along the Sauk River just South of Walmart/Sam's Club on Delores Drive, this park is a huge 47 acre refuge.

    Many trails weave their way through the parkland for Nature lovers to get their retreat in the middle of an urban area.

    So far the City has completed the parking lot and trails.  Future improvements will include bathrooms, benches and a new trail head.

    Please watch the following video to see what a beautiful park Sartell/St. Cloud has to offer.


    Map of Sauk River Regional Park

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