Damaged or Destroyed Property Reporting Form
Cottonwood County Emergency Services has setup an online form for reporting any damaged or destroyed property related to the recent flooding events.
To view and complete the form CLICK HERE
For any additional questions or comments, contact the
Cottonwood County Emergency Management Department
902 5th Ave
Windom, MN 56101
Phone: (507) 832-8255
Welcome to Cottonwood County, Minnesota
Cottonwood County is located in the southwestern part of the state of Minnesota. Our current population is 12,167 with an area of 636 square miles. Our county seat is the city of Windom.
To read more about Cottonwood County, click here.
To see Cottonwood County's location on a map, click here.
Cottonwood County Board of Commissioners Meetings
The Board of Commissioners meet every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 9:00 a.m. in the Board Room of the Courthouse. Click here for 2018 Meeting Schedule. (Exceptions: December meeting will be the 1st Wednesday and 3rd Tuesday.)
To be scheduled on a meeting agenda, a Board Meeting Request form should be completed and submitted (with any attachments) to the Human Resources Office by 4:30 p.m. the Wednesday before the Tuesday board day. (Email to: )
The Cottonwood County Auditor Treasurer Office is responsible for handling all passport related inquiries, for more information click here.
Cottonwood County Properties are Tobacco-Free
The Cottonwood County Board of Commissioners voted on August 12, 2014 to adopt revisions to Policy No. 480 "Smoke-Free Workplace". The revised Policy No. 480 "Tobacco-Free Grounds" took effect January 1, 2015.
Cottonwood County is committed to providing safe and healthy environments. Tobacco use is a major cause of preventable disease and death. Smoking, tobacco use and exposure to second-hand smoke have been found to cause heart disease, cancer, asthma, bronchitis and other respiratory problems. Electronic delivery devices, also known as electronic cigarettes or e-cigarettes, closely resemble and purposefully mimic the act of smoking.
Cottonwood County believes the use of tobacco products, including electronic delivery devices, on county property is detrimental to the health and safety of its employees, residents, clients and other visitors.
The policy will apply to all visitors and staff on Cottonwood County property (excluding Cottonwood County campgrounds).
Public Surplus Website
Only selected, public institutions can sell their items on this site, therefore you always know the auctions come from a trusted source.