Welcome to Todd County, Minnesota

 

Todd County, Minnesota

Where the Forest Meets the Prairie

Residents in Todd County believe in independence, hard work, helping each other, and supporting our strong community. Todd County employees reflect those beliefs and work hard to provide great customer service for all of our residents based on respect and professionalism. Residents should expect to be treated courteously, professionally, and compassionately. We believe in providing high quality services for all of our residents, businesses and visitors. Todd County faces many challenges with an aging population, a need for an improved housing stock, help with addiction and support for those with mental health issues. Todd County believes in working as a team across all departments to provide help and hope when facing these challenges.

Much of the land in Todd County is agricultural with farmers producing corn, soybeans, cattle and turkeys. Todd County had a number of dairy farms but unfortunately, like the rest of the State, we have seen a decline over the past few years. There are a number of Amish communities in Todd County and they produce furniture, wood products, and other items. We have many businesses and are always looking to add more. Todd County has a friendly business climate and is always looking to help businesses expand, grow, and start in our communities. Todd County has an affiliation with the Todd County Development Corporation, a non-profit which provides economic development help with small business loans and other networking opportunities for all of the businesses located in, or wanting to come to, Todd County.

Meet Your Commissioners

Todd County has 5 Commissioners representing districts throughout the County.

Barb Becker District 1, Gary Kneisl District 2, Rod Erickson District 3, David Kircher District 4, and Randy Neumann District 5. Todd County Commissioners make all of the strategic decisions for the County in regards to the design of County operations, the direction of services, all financial decisions, and vision and direction of Todd County.

Where the Forest Meets the Prairie

Todd County is uniquely located in Central Minnesota, quite literally, “where the forest meets the prairie”. The land in Todd County is very unique with lakes, agriculture, rivers, and interesting rolling hills called “drumlins”. These hills are located on the eastern portion of Todd County and are geological features left over from the last ice age and the receding glaciers. The western portion of Todd County is the prairie. The land is much flatter with the Long Prairie River cutting through some of the landscape. Visitors to Todd County can take a scenic drive through Swanville and see the beauty of the “drumlins” and the rolling hills and valleys. The “drumlins” are also visible on Hwy. 27, running east and west, between Little Falls and Long Prairie, right in the heart of Todd County. Visitors can see the lakes and prairies by continuing on Hwy. 27 west or take Hwy. 71 from Sauk Centre north through Todd County. Todd County is “where the forest meets the prairie.”

Recent News from Todd County

Notice of Transportation Sales and Use Tax

Notice of Transportation Sales and Use Tax | Todd County, MN On September 9th, 2014 the Todd County Board of Commissioners approved, by County Board Resolution, the establishment of a Todd County Tran...

May 9, 2019

Winter Driving – November 8, 2019

Everyone should be cautious about traveling in extreme winter weather. Cold, snow and ice are demanding on cars, drivers and passengers. Most importantly, extreme winter weather can threaten your life...

November 8, 2019

Indoor Winter Safety – November 7, 2019

Carbon Monoxide – The Deadly Winter Hazard Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning can happen at any time of the year, but the danger is greater during the winter when doors and windows stay closed and f...

November 7, 2019

Winter Home and Fire Safety – November 6, 2019

Your Home Is your home prepared for winter? Many people forget to take care of things outside and inside the home before winter gets into full swing. To get your winter safety Checklist for Your Home....

November 6, 2019

Outdoor Winter Safety – November 5, 2019

We all have to go outside sooner or later this winter. Knowing the hazards you will face and how to deal with them is important. Safety on snow or Ice While stepping, from your home car or business. A...

November 5, 2019

Winter Weather Overview – November 4, 2019

Each day this week Emergency Management will be posting a topic of the day. Starting today November 4, 2019. The topic in Winter Weather Overview – ice storms, blizzards, sub-zero temperatures, wint...

November 4, 2019

November 4-8, 2019 Winter Hazard Awareness Week

With a chill in the air in and a couple of snowfalls. Winter is coming soon, if not here. Todd County Emergency Management would like everyone to take some time and check your emergency car kits. If y...

November 1, 2019