Welcome to Bergen Township


2022 Levy Packet

2021 Annual Meeting Agenda

Road Report

2020 Board of Audit

Township Recycling McLeod County Highway Department, has placed a large roll-off recycling container at the County Highway site located at the corner of State Hwy 7 and Falcon Avenue. This site is open 24/7 and accepts residential single-sort recycling. This site is not for business use.The County reserves the right to remove recycling locations due to the costs incurred handling contamination or responding to illegal dumping. Be aware and help us curb these unacceptable activities.

FIRE PERMITS: Burning permits are required. They may be obtained at any township meeting or by calling township supervisors. Do not come to Board’s residences unannounced. You must contact the Sheriff's Office at 320-864-3134 prior to burning.

The Board meets at 7:00 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month.

Lester Prairie City Hall
37 Juniper St. N
Lester Prairie, MN  55354


March Annual Meeting LOCATION CHANGE
Join us for the March Annual Meeting in person at the King Pin Pub--Back Room in Plato at 7:00pm
We will be hosting the meeting virtually as well: Join Virtual Meeting by clicking on this: Zoom Link
Meeting ID: 867 9507 1892
Passcode: 853723
Call in phone: 312-626-6799

Bergen monthly meetings will be the 2nd Wednesday of every month. The meetings will be at 7:00pm at the Lester Prairie City Hall located at 37 Juniper St N, Lester Prairie, MN 55354.

Bergen Township is located in the North East corner of McLeod County and it is largely a farming community.

History:  Bergen Township was named by the Norwegian settlers that immigrated from Bergen Norway.  The township has rolling terrain with two major waterways, which are the south fork of the Crow River and Buffalo Creek.  Near the center of the township was a settlement called Brush Prairie.  This little village consisted of a general store, blacksmith, country school, church, town hall and post office.  This settlement existed until 1911, when a new town hall was built on the present site.  The village could not exist at its site, as business started growing where the railroad came through, which is now the town of Lester Prairie.  On April 5, 1859, the first voters meeting of Bergen Township was held with 33 voters present.  All the early township records shows that the most important business dealt with was road issues and as of today, there are approximately 34 miles of township roads.

Disclaimer Every attempt has been made to ensure that the information contained on this web site is valid at the time of publication. Bergen Township reserves the right to make any changes at any time without notice. Bergen Township disclaims any and all liability for damages incurred directly or indirectly as a result of errors, omissions or discrepancies.

Bergen Township, Lester Prairie

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