The City of Green Isle is enforcing the City Ordinance 92 Grass & Weed Control and City Ordinance 94 – Regulation of Resident’s Storage or Vehicles on Open Yard Areas.  These ordinances cover the clean-up of all resident’s yards.  Please review these ordinances placed on this website under “City–> City Ordinances”.  Letters will be sent to noncompliant residents shortly.

Let’s work together to make Green Isle a clean and safe place to live.

Thank You – Green Isle City Council

Green Isle EDA receives $10,000 USDA grant

The Green Isle Economic Development Authority (EDA) has been awarded a $10,000
Rural Business Development Grant from the USDA. The grant will be used to start a revolving
loan fund within the Green Isle EDA. Along with the $10,000 grant monies, the City of Green Isle
agreed to allocate $5,100 toward the revolving loan fund. The Green Isle EDA did not have a
revolving loan fund prior to this grant and sees this as an additional incentive to attract
businesses to their community.

  The City of Green Isle is a “Premier City on the Move” within Sibley County.With one of the newest and most advanced water and wastewater systems in the area, the City of Green Isle has worked diligently to ensure that our  water and wastewater services are second to none.

  The City of Green Isle has been experiencing a great deal of growth  with housing developments on all four corners of the city.

  Whatever your preference for housing may be, Green Isle offers it, from single family custom homes, in any style or size, to single level twin and quad homes for the individual that doesn’t want the upkeep of a large yard or a lot of steps to shovel.

  Growth in Green Isle makes for a very exciting time for the city and the residents that live here.

  The amount of growth, as well as the commitment from the city to provide  as many services as possible in such a small community, is what led the city to the opening of a Charter School, which welcomed students in the fall of 2005.

  Green Isle is a safe and clean community with a rural style of living that is second to none.  The city combines many essential functions and services with the city of Arlington namely water treatment and waste water services.  Police protection is provided by the Sibley County Sheriff’s Department.  These types of relationships have proven to be very cost effective.