Chamber of Commerce
A business advocacy organization that works to promote a better business climate through education, information, consultation and networking.
City of Waseca
Official website for the City of Waseca. City Government Directory, and links to churches, schools, businesses and attractions in the community.
County of Waseca
Official website for the County of Waseca.
Farmamerica was commissioned in 1978 to preserve and promote the strong heritage of Minnesota agriculture. The 120-acre site encourages an agricultural journey that goes from 1850 to the present.
Waseca Alumni Website
Waseca Area Neighborhood Service Center
To offer the people of Waseca County assistance in improving the quality of their lives.
Waseca Area Visitors & Tourism Bureau
Waseca Arts Council
Learn more about our local non-profit community art center.
Waseca County Free Fair
An annual free event during July with something for everyone.
Located at the Waseca County Fairgrounds in Waseca, Minnesota.
Waseca County Historical Society
The events, facts and objects of the past weave a unique story about the heritage of Waseca County. The Society offers a window of understanding to those who seek knowledge of the past whether they come as well-rooted residents, visitors or newly transplanted citizens.
Waseca County Extension Office
Waseca County partners with Extension to deliver even more practical education and research right in your county
Waseca County News
Waseca Public Library
Waseca Sleigh and Cutter Celebration
Waseca Marching Classic
The Marching Classic holds both parade and field competitions the same day. In the early afternoon, the bands parade through the downtown of Waseca playing their mightiest. In the late afternoon a field competition is held at the High School's athletic field. The Waseca Marching Classic brings some of the finest marching bands from Iowa, South Dakota, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.
The Waseca Waterpark and adjacent parking area is located within City-owned Northeast Park, easily accessible by car, bus, bicycle, or even on foot. It was built in 2006 and 2007 at a cost of $3.6 million with over $1.5 million coming from private donations.