Welcome to Marine on St. Croix

Marine on St. Croix, founded as Marine Mills in 1839, was the site of the first commercial saw mill along the St. Croix River. The Mill Site is located behind and to the south of the Village Hall and has been declared a national historical site.


4th of July Events

4th of July Running Race (2mile and 4 mile)
Race Start times for both 2 and 4 mile at 9:15 am. More Info

Kiddie Parade - 12 noon (Line up at the log cabin at 11:30). More Info
Annual Adult Parade - Immediately following kiddie parade.
More Info

Compost Site Updates

The City of Marine will again be accepting sticks and branches no larger than 4 inches in diameter at the compost site.

County Road 4 Update

The design for the reconstruction of Broadway/CTH 4 is progressing.  Approximately 50 people attended the first public information meeting on May 12th at Christ Lutheran Church.  The purpose of this meeting was to gain input from the community prior to the design phase.  The actual design will be shared at subsequent public information meetings later this summer.  Meeting dates will be posted on the city web site.  Project updates can also be found at www.co.washington.mn.us/County4  
Please contact either Dan Willenbring or Lon Pardon who attend the monthly project team meetings if you have any questions.

Fire Permit Fee

The cost per permit is $5.00 for piles or $15.00 for a prescribed burn permit. Each permit is good for up to 3 consecutive days. You can contact the City office during regular business hours Monday thru Thursday to obtain a permit. No permit is required once there are 3 inches or more of snow on the ground.


Marine on St. Croix Minnesota

Read the Marine on St. Croix Spring Newsletter: 2014 Fall Newsletter

Marine on St. Croix is home to about 650 residents who treasure the charm of their community. The town square, with its general store, town hall, library, ice cream shop, bank, and café, give the downtown area the look of a New England village. A charming post office, the stunning Christ Lutheran Church, the historic 1872 Stone House Museum, and a restored Swedish settler’s cabin add to the charm. The original mill site south of the Village Hall has been declared a state historic site.