Public Notices

Public Notices

The City of Victoria publishes public notices to make you aware of important information or changes within your community. These notices inform you about actions that might affect your neighborhood or business.

Meeting Notices
Annual Meeting Calendar
At its annual meeting held the second meeting of the month in January, the Victoria City Council will approve its annual meeting calendar for all City Council and citizen advisory committees.
City of Victoria 2024 Annual Calendar (PDF)

Meeting Notices
In cases where meetings are held outside of the annual meeting calendar, re-scheduled, moved location or canceled, a three-day notice must be posted at City Hall. We also post these notices on the City's website to allow the public to access notices through digital methods.

These notices are removed after the meeting.

Public Hearings
Public hearing notices will be posted on this webpage. These hearings give the public a chance to learn more about and provide input on specific projects, proposals, and events happening in Victoria, Minnesota. Relevant notices are removed after the hearing. All interested persons may appear at the hearing and present their views orally or prior to the meeting in writing. For questions, contact the City Clerk's Office at
These notices are removed after the meeting.

General Notices
Periodically, the City of Victoria posts notice of elections, financial statements, or various other required notices as defined by Minnesota State Statute. These notices are removed after the required posting date. 

Proposed Ordinances
Per Minnesota Statute 415.19, the City of Victoria posts proposed ordinances for the purposes of maintaining transparency with the public. Ordinances are posted at least 10 days prior to the City Council meeting at which the proposed ordinances are scheduled for a final vote. Proposed ordinances are removed from this page after the date of the meeting. 

Sign up to receive notifications for updates on if City Council schedules a final vote on a proposed ordinance or proposed amendment to an ordinance. 

Note that the city council meeting date listed is considered tentative and subject to change.
View agendas and minutes and city council meetings.

Official Newspaper
Per Minnesota Statue 331A, Cities are generally required to designate an official newspaper. The city will publish notices in the official newspaper to inform the public of the specific city's activities. 

The City's official newspaper is the Sun Patriot. Learn more about the official newspaper designation here.

As of 2022, newspapers must publish notices on the Minnesota Newspaper Association’s statewide public notice website. View the Statewide Public Notice website at 

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