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Community run website for local resources and neighborhood support.
Working with city and county officials, this page provides a centralized place for Waseca residents to access and collectively share resources related to COVID-19. Lead For Minnesota, a nonprofit organization led by Waseca homecomers, along with community leaders and county officials, will help safely connect local volunteers to assist any neighbor in need during this time.
Together, we are stronger. #MyWaseca
While using these resources, we urge our community to adhere to the social distancing and group gathering restrictions, and other recommendations as they are updated by the CDC and Minnesota Department of Health. If you think you are having symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home and call your healthcare provider.
Community Resource List
Local Waseca Community Leaders are working diligently to connect resources for the community at this time. Please see this Waseca Community Resource Google Doc with a list of community resources. Community leaders are working to update this as quickly as possible. If you have changes or suggestions please email them to email@example.com.
Note: We will not collect general event or closure announcements, only information that helps community members get the resources they need during this time.
Please use these official sites for the most updated information and announcements about COVID-19:
Minnesota Department of Health
MDH COVID-19 Hotlines
Health questions (7 days a week 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.)
School and child care questions (7 days a week 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.)
Watch Commissioner Malterer's video explanation here.
Essential Needs Requests Phone Line: 507-835-0690
Open 10 – 3 Weekdays (For needs that can’t be met through family/friends/neighbors)
WIC questions: 507-835-0685
Open 8:00 - 4:30 Weekdays (Income eligibility required)
City of Waseca
For Utilities & Billing questions: (507) 835-9718
For small business support and banking information.
If you are showing any sign of possible COVID-19 symptoms, please do not go to a clinic or hospital to be tested; please contact your local health care provider first. Your provider or a nurse will direct you to a dedicated COVID-19 Nurse Line.
Most importantly, please take care of yourselves and one another.