City of Eagle Lake Administration
City of Eagle Lake
705 Parkway Avenue
PO Box 159
Eagle Lake MN 56024
City Office Hours
Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
For your convenience, a utility payment box is located on the East side of the City Hall building. This box is emptied at least once a day.
Jennifer Bromeland, City Administrator
Kerry Rausch, Deputy Clerk
Mandy Auringer, Administrative Clerk
City of Eagle Lake Public Works Department
The City of Eagle Lake Public Works Department is located at 90 LeRay Ave.
Brian Goettl, Public Works Director
Andrew Hartman, Public Works Supervisor
Brian Shoemaker, Public Works Worker
Michael Nicklay, Public Works Worker
Ted Erlandson, Seasonal
Jerry Haber, Seasonal
City of Eagle Lake Police Department
Police Chief John
The City also utilizes volunteer Reserve Officers who assist sworn officers with various duties, including traffic direction and control.
City of Eagle Lake Fire Department
The City of Eagle Lake is proud to have had an excellent Volunteer Fire Department for over 50 years.
Dan Ruschmeyer, Fire Chief
Introducing our New Community Forestry Corps Member
We are excited to be a part of the Community Forestry Corps! This new program will engage a team of AmeriCorps members in the preservation and protection of America's forests. Here at the City of Eagle Lake, we are happy to have been awarded our very own Community Forestry Corps member for 2020-2021! Vien Nguyen will be serving one term of service in a part-time capacity beginning September 28, 2020, and ending on August 28, 2021. There is no financial cost to the City to participate in this program.
Vien will be conducting tree inventorying, planning and implementing tree planting events with volunteers, developing an Emerald Ash Borer management and implementation plan, coordinating citizen volunteer/recruitment/utilization, serving as the host site tree ambassador, providing outreach and education about the importance of trees in our community, and assisting staff with developing a maintenance plan for trees at City parks.
To learn more about this special partnership with AmeriCorps, you can visit: servetogrow.org/forestry.