July 30, 2018
Minimum Age for Tobacco Sales Rises to 21 on August 1st
June 26, 2018
Public Notice To Voters
June 25, 2018
City Council Workshop Cancellation
June 20, 2018
Transit Riders We Need You!
May 23, 2018
Hospital Emergency Department Access - Changes due to construction
April 25, 2018
Hospital Access During Construction Project
March 30, 2018
Twist of Fate: Commemorating the 20th Anniversary of the Saint Peter Tornado
November 21, 2017
Property Tax Explanation
November 08, 2017
2017 General Election Results
November 06, 2017
State of the City Video Blog, November 3, 2017. City Administrator Prafke talks about Council Goal Sessions. What do they discuss?
October 02, 2017
One of City Administrator Prafke's prior video blogs talks about how taxes work. It was originally done to help provide an explanation for new Council members so don’t let Todd calling you Roger or Steven fool you. This information from a couple of years ago is just as helpful today.
September 13, 2017
Administrator Prafke talks taxes and budgets for the 2018 year.
August 30, 2017
The City’s project to replace the pavilion in Minnesota Square Park Pavilion has been awarded an Arts and Cultural Heritage Grant for $200,000 from the State of Minnesota. Oleson + Hobbie Architects of Mankato has been hired to start the detailed design process.
July 19, 2017
City Administrator Prafke talks about "how to file for the election", fires, dogs, Local Government Aid, Old Armory parking, and hospitals.
July 06, 2017
City Administrator Prafke provides an update on many of the projects, activities and changes occurring around the City during the month of July.
June 22, 2017
In this week’s State of the City, How does City Administrator Prafke connect Sunday Liquor Sales and Rates for Electricity, Water and Wastewater together?
May 08, 2017
This weeks "State of the City" includes a preview of the regular Council Meeting and discussion on street work, sidewalk improvements, dog waste and much more. An interesting combination of topics for sure.
April 18, 2017
Puppies, kittens, and bunnies are not part of City Administrator Todd Prafke's topics in this edition of State of the City. Severe weather awareness, roadwork, detours, and land use are. We just thought that puppies, kittens and bunnies might get your attention.
April 06, 2017
STATE OF THE CITY - City Administrator Prafke talks about seal coating, the Chamber of Commerce, and franchise agreements all in this edition of State of the City. This VLOG is about 10 minutes long so rapid talking is needed to fit it all in! Lucky City Administrator Prafke can do that. April 6th video blog
March 23, 2017
STATE OF THE CITY - City Administrator Prafke talks about hospital expansion, dogs in the parks and solar energy. Oh my… all great topics for this edition of State of the City. March 23 video blog
March 10, 2017
STATE OF THE CITY - City Administrator Prafke talks about street maintenance, new sidewalks near Vets Park, solar power and the hospital. Whew…that’s a lot. He had a bit more than his usual caffeine intake today 
February 27, 2017
City of Saint Peter Administrator Prafke talks about Solar Energy and Hospital Expansion. Both items are important in our community.
February 08, 2017
STATE OF THE CITY - City Administrator Prafke talks about River's Edge Hospital, big dump trucks and water towers. Check out the latest State of the City VLOG.
January 31, 2017
How Does The Property Tax System Work?
April 05, 2016
"STATE OF THE CITY" with City Administrator Todd Prafke. City Administrator Todd Prafke talks a bit longer than usual, hard to believe, about council workshop, watershed approach from MPCA on Hallett’s Pond, solar energy and more.