On June 1st, restaurants will be allowed to open for in-person dining on patios only with a maximum capacity of 50 people. Salons and barbershops will be allowed to open at 25% capacity. For both industries, customers will be strongly recommended or required to make a reservation, wear a mask and operate with social distancing protocols.
The Proctor Fire Department is partnering with St. Louis County to hold an on-going face mask drive. You can drop off cloth mask donations in the Community Center lobby at 100 Pionk Drive 8-4 Monday-Friday.
PROCTOR RESIDENTS ONLY….
BRUSH PICK-UP was cancelled this year but the City opened a drop-off site for your brush through May 31. NO PLASTIC BAGS/LEAVES, NO TREE STUMPS, NO COMMERCIAL DUMPING AND NO CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS. Only brush and tree limbs up to 12″ Diameter. The drop-off site is behind the fairgrounds by the RC track. Please drop off by May 31.
Events Postponed: City-Wide Rummage Sale Speedway Season Opening Powerhouse Bike Night Begins June 4
Closed to the Public Until Further Notice: ♦Outdoor Dining allowed June 1. Indoor bars and restaurants continue to be closed
♦ gyms, museums and other entertainment venues ♦ Playground for EveryBody ♦ OPEN but closed for lunch 12:30 – 1:30 pm – First National Bank of Proctor ♦ Proctor Area Community Center. Pay Utility Bill Online or use drop box by front door ♦ Food Shelf is DRIVE-THRU only Wednesdays, 10 am – 1 pm in the North Parking Lot ♦ Council Meetings will only be open to the public remotely per MN. Stt. 13D.021, Subd. 1.