What is HeatShare?

HeatShare is a voluntary non-governmental program of The Salvation Army that has been in existence since 1982.  When you give to HeatShare, you are helping warm the lives of the elderly, people with disabilities, and others who have nowhere else to turn.  HeatShare provides financial assistance on a year-round basis and is used for natural gas, oil, propane, wood and electricity.  

Who does HeatShare help?

  • Seniors 65 years or older with low income and no alternate source of help
  • People with disabilities who are limited in their ability to maintain income to adequately cover energy costs.
  • People who have an unexpected crisis and as a result cannot pay for household energy bills.

How can I support my neighbor?

You can give the gift of heat by sending a tax-deductible donation to:

      The Salvation Army

      HeatShare Program

      2445 Prior Ave N

     Roseville, MN  55113

      *Please make checks payable to HeatShare



Ambulance RFP

Public Hearing-addressing amendments to the fence code and plat and rezoning for AMBA homes-property that is at the rear Frenzel Park (Polar Circle).  Any questions please contact Planning & Zoning Administrator Phil at 507-964-2378 ext. 3

Are you a senior or know a senior looking for some helpful independent living information?  This website has lots of information.


Don’t forget to get your pet licensed!  This can be picked up at the Police Station.  Also, if you are walking your dog, please clean up after your dog.

Did you know that the Library has Chromebooks? That’s right you can check out a Chromebook at our local Public Library. They can be reached at 507-964-2490 and are conveniently located at 321 W Main St.

For Immediate Release

Local COVID-19 vaccination clinics offered in June

Sibley County Public Health and Human Services has released dates for June COVID-19 Moderna vaccine clinics. All clinics are located at the Sibley County Service Center, 111 8th St., Gaylord. Pre-registration is required to guarantee your vaccine dose. Online registration can be found on the Sibley County website. Please bring your original vaccination card to your booster dose appointment.

Upcoming clinics:
Tuesday, June 7, 2022 – Moderna (18 and older)
8:30 am – 12:00 pm

Thursday, June 23, 2022 – Moderna (18 and older)
12:30 pm – 4:00 pm

To register online, visit www.co.sibley.mn.us . To register by phone, call 507-237-4000 during regular business hours.

Who is currently eligible for a COVID-19 booster shot?

Everyone 5 years and older who is fully vaccinated against COVID-19 is eligible for a booster. Pfizer is currently the only COVID vaccine authorized for 5-17 year olds. This age group is eligible for a booster dose at least 5 months after receiving their initial vaccine series. All adults 18 and older that received a Johnson & Johnson vaccine should get a booster shot two months after their single dose. All adults 18 and older that received the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine should get a booster shot 5 months after their initial series. Adults age 50 and over may also receive a second booster dose of either Pfizer or Moderna at least four months after their first booster dose.