The City of Plato had a 69% voter turnout for the November 2018 election. Local results: Mayor: Tracy Montgomery-114 votes, Write Ins-10; Council Member (2 seats): VeeAnn Wood-95 votes, Neil Engelmann-117 votes, Write In-1
The Plato Lions Spring Brunch will be held on April 7, 2019, at the King Pin.
Plato city-wide garage sales will be on April 11-13, 2019. New this year is a vendor/craft fair at the Community Hall on April 13.
Community Education classes for all students (Age 0 - HS senior) in the 55370 zip code. Complete the form and return to where instructed.
The City is selling 6-foot banquet tables (tables from the hall) for $20 each. If you are interested in purchasing a table or two, please contact the City Office. Sold on first come, first serve basis.
Do you love history? Are you interested in the history of the City of Plato and its residents? The City is looking for individuals who would be interested in serving on a local history committee. If you are interested in this committee or have any questions in regard to the committee, please contact the City office.
The McLeod County Historical Society has partnered with the City of Plato to make admission to the Museum free for Plato residents. Plato residents can now visit the Museum for a tour for free all year, as many times as you would like. The Museum is located at 380 School Road NW in Hutchinson. (Phone: 320-579-0514, Email: email@example.com)
City Council Meeting Monday 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. April 8, 2019