City of Buffalo
Thinking of summer, if you love working outside then the City of Buffalo has seasonal jobs that are great for students, teachers, retirees, or anyone else just looking for some extra cash and wants to be outdoors this summer.
RESTAURANTS AND COFFEE SHOPS
Buffalo offers unique food venues for tastes of all kind! Whether you like steak, walleye, a hearty burger, sushi, burritos, stir fry, Detroit style pizza or homemade soups and sandwiches, you can find it here! Find it with a view of the golf course or a view of the lake. Find it with outdoor seating. Find it with music and outdoor activities.
If you are thirsty, there are several coffee offerings, from a nice slice of small town service in Buffalo Books and Coffee to the name brand/chain brew houses as well. If you are looking for a different type of brew, be sure to visit Hayes’ Public House in downtown Buffalo. If you enjoy a wine tour, be sure Buffalo is on the map with Buffalo Rock Winery just east of town. Buffalo was home to the first Culver’s in Minnesota, so there are many great places to get fast, family friendly eats as well!
Buffalo is nestled between two beautiful lakes, Buffalo Lake and Lake Pulaski. Spending a day outdoors is a pleasure in the Buffalo area as residents and visitors have plenty of open spaces, miles of biking and walking trails and beautiful parks. A well maintained park system exists on both lakes. Facilities include playground equipment, boat launching sites and boat rentals, swimming beaches, athletic fields, picnic areas and shelters.
Located in Sturges Park on Buffalo Lake is the Parkshore Pavilion for recreational boat rentals. A nearly two-mile walking path and bike trail runs along the shore of Buffalo Lake from the library, past the Pavilion and down into Sturges Park.
At both Sturges Park and Lake Pulaski you can rent paddle boats, kayaks, canoes, stand up paddleboards, pontoons and fishing boats. Games such as bocce ball are also available for rent and can be used while picnicking in the park. Area residents can rent buoys for tethering sailboats, and rack space is available for canoes. The Pavilion is open on weekends beginning in May and is open daily in early June.
PARKS & TRAILS
Buffalo is nestled between two beautiful lakes, Buffalo Lake and Lake Pulaski. Spending a day outdoors is a pleasure in the Buffalo area as residents and visitors have plenty of open spaces, miles of biking and walking trails and beautiful parks.
Buffalo boasts over 25 parks. A well maintained park system exists on both lakes. Facilities include playground equipment, boat launching sites and boat rentals, swimming beaches, athletic fields, picnic areas and shelters.
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
The growth and success of the area’s economy is attributed to the exceptional leadership of the local government and business-oriented organizations including the Buffalo Area Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber and the City officials work together to make Buffalo a progressive business and residential community. The goal is for growth of existing businesses while providing numerous incentives attractive to new business and industry.
The City of Buffalo offers a number of financial and tax incentives for businesses and industries interested in building here. The city offers impressively low industrial rates for its municipal electrical service. Tax abatement considerations and special low-cost loan programs can be made available depending on the site and scope of proposed building projects.
The village of Buffalo was platted in the year 1856 and eventually became the Wright County seat. It lies between the shores of two major recreational lakes, Buffalo Lake and Lake Pulaski. Agriculture has remained its economic mainstay backed by business and industry. Buffalo is a thriving, progressive community. During the past 150 years, Buffalo has experienced enormous growth and development. Located just 35 minutes from the Twin Cities and St. Cloud, Buffalo has approximately 16,000 residents and offers residents and guests a perfect mixture of modern conveniences and small town life.
“City of Buffalo, Minnesota” │ https://www.ci.buffalo.mn.us/
“Buffalo Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau” │ https://www.buffalochamber.org/