AMADOR TOWNSHIP, CHISAGO COUNTY...
Gateway to Wild River State Park
Welcome to Almelund and Amador
Township. Please stop by this website often for more
Almelund and Amador Township.
This web site seeks to acquaint
our area and to provide you with information
about township committees and organizations which offer citizens
the opportunity to become involved in shaping
the quality of
life in our community.
MAIL ADDRESS: Amador Township,
37475 Park Trail, Almelund, MN
TOWNSHIP BUILDING ADDRESSES:
No animals are allowed in any Amador Township
Buildings other than Registered Service Animals.
Almelund Fire Station: 15714 375th Street,
Almelund, MN 55012
Heritage Center Museum & Log Farm / Picnic
Shelter: 15892 Maple Lane, Almelund, MN
- Amador Township Maintenance Building:
15740 Maple Lane, Almelund, MN 55012
Town Hall: 37562 Park Trail,
Almelund, MN 55012
NOTE: The Amador
Town Hall is available for small group events.
Please call the township clerk or
for more information and the
rental form. Please note our
policy about service animals.
Amador/Almelund Ballpark: 37245 Park
Trail, Almelund, MN 55012
Contact Amador Township:
Contact an Amador
The September Amador Township Supervisors
monthly meeting has been rescheduled for Thursday, September
21 at 7 p.m. at the Amador Town Hall - not on
September 19. This
change of meeting date was posted on August 16.
APPLE FESTIVAL -
September 17 / WE
NEED YOUR HELP!
Can you help with planning?
Contact us at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or call
Demonstrators invited to
VENDOR FORM - Click here!
APPLE FESTIVAL Poster
Township will pay $2 for the following:
Per Gopher - we
require two front feet and tail
must be frozen
and delivered to Amador Township Supervisor,
Peter Johnson, at least two days before the
Amador Township monthly meeting.
immigrants are located in Almelund.
They can't vote, eat
or even speak - but they are located throughout
Almelund and at the museum and want you to find
them! The hand-painted figures
depict the history of the village. Can you
find them all? This is a fun
event for children!
Click here for a brochure.
On Amador Heritage Center grounds:
· A small girl feeding chickens out of an Almelund Feed
Mill gunny sack.
· A girl with braids picking apples.
· Farmer Paul and his Holstein cow depicting the
agricultural aspect of local history.
· A 1928 pickup with milk cans headed for the creamery.
· A boy and girl in Swedish costumes
· A boy with how many sheep?
· Two men sitting on a park bench playing checkers on a
· Two ladies with fancy hats going to church.
· A teacher going into the 1890 school—now the Town Hall.
· A man standing on a stool painting a yellow sign.
· Two firemen climbing a ladder on the former fire
· Rod Johnson holding a package of his famous Swedish
· Two boys playing baseball.
· A man on a ladder lighting a gas lamp.
· A lady with a picnic basket.
· A 1926 Model T pickup filled with milk cans heading for
Help us enjoy them - and take care of them. If you'd like to
help with this project, call Lin @ 651-269-3580.
All of these figures were purchased with Almelund
Apple Festival donations and donations from
local residents. Visit them today!
Heritage Center (Museum) is open Sundays June
through September from 1 to 4 p.m.
picnic shelter with eight picnic tables is
adjacent to the museum and
available for your events.
You can reserve the shelter
for a special event by calling Lin Strong
Information on the history of
Memorial funds have paid for
several new Maple trees at
the Amador Heritage site.
Memorial trees on the site
at this time are in memory
of: Stacy Schultz,
Annette Sedlund, David W.
Johnson, Jerome Nelson, Dan
Schultz and Thomas A. Dorn.
If you'd like more
information, please contact
Lin Strong at
Amador Township Monthly Meetings
- 3rd Tuesday of each month at the Amador Town
Hall - 7 p.m.
All meetings are open to the
public. Please contact our clerk to be
added to the agenda.
live in the Amador Fire District?
In case of emergency,
you are required to provide adequate
access for emergency vehicles to access your
This includes adequate space on your property
for numerous vehicles to maneuver/park.
If emergency vehicles are damaged due to lack of
maneuverable space/adequate driveway
width/height, you will receive a bill for items
that need repair.
Please don't wait
for an emergency to find out there is a problem!
If you are unsure about acess to your
site, please contact the Fire Chief as soon as
SHOP LOCAL - Local
businesses appreciate your support!
Almelund Lions - 3rd Monday of every month at the Almelund
Township Building / Open to new
Almelund All Stars 4H - 2nd Monday of every month, Almelund
Town Hall / Open to new members!
Almelund Fire & Rescue - Call Amador Township Supervisors
for more information on joining this organization.
Amador Heritage Center - Contact Lin @ 651-583-2883 for
||Lin Strong: (651)
Gene Fisk: (651) 583-2229
Peter Johnson (612) 308-3527
Township Mail Address:
||37475 Park Trail, Center
City, MN 55012
|Help for all
|Help for Seniors
Senior LinkAge Line 1-800-333-2433
Help save on prescription drugs, including
applying for manufacturer patient assistance programs.
|Almelund Fire Chief
(leave a message)
26816 Kettle River Blvd, Wyoming, MN
/ they have a contact us form
|Food Shelf Locator
Chisago County Health
& Human Services
Chisago County Environmental
|Amador Snow Plow
Amador Township Roadway Policy
Township Fire Permit
||Contact Fire Chief or
Robert Meyer, 651-583-3241
||313 North Main Street, Center
City, MN 55012 (651) 257-1300
Chisago County District II
Richard J. Greene
Brandon Thyen, Sheriff
|(651) 257-4100 Communication
(651) 213-6300 Administration
- District 32
Mark Koran, Ann Neu
Stauber, Representative District 8
Amy Klobuchar, Senator
Tina Smith, Senator
||Chisago County Press,
ECM Post Review, North Branch
|Wild River State