Stockholm Township meets at 7 p.m. the second Monday of every month at Stockholm Community Center, located at 16233 Co. Rd. 30 SW, Cokato (about 1 mile west of the township hall). This is also where township voting takes place for elections. The phone number for the Stockholm Community Center is (320) 286-5123. The Stockholm Township garage phone number is (320) 286-5125. Residents may e-mail any items of business to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to Stockholm Township Hall, 16233 County Road 30 SW, Cokato, MN 55321.
Township clerk is Jody Selseth, (612) 270-3409; treasurer Cecilie Sangren (320) 282-8938; and supervisors Daniel Sangren (320) 282-6180, Andrew Engh, (612) 227-9561, Darlene Lind (320) 296-9661, Keaton Danielson, (320) 291-1994, and Greg Howell, (612) 578-1673.
Stockholm Township’s planning and zoning board includes interim administrator, Jody Selseth (612) 270-3409; secretary Doug Lundeen (320) 286-2507; David Sand, (320) 492-5161, Darlene Lind, (320) 296-9661, and Paul Fredricks (763) 300-3776. The planning and zoning contact is Harlan Kotila (612) 202-4323. The e-mail address for township planning and zoning is email@example.com.
Recycling is available at the township hall on the second Saturday of each month from 8 a.m. to noon. Clean plastics, aluminum and steel cans with labels removed, glass bottles, newspapers (no magazines), and corrugated cardboard can be taken to the township garage at 15234 Co. Rd. 30 SW, Cokato on recycling day.
The township doesn’t provide garbage service. Residents must arrange with a local sanitation company for pickup.
Wright Hennepin Cooperative Electric Association, 6800 Electric Drive, Rockford, MN 55373, (763) 477-3000, (800) 943-2667, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sprint, (800) 788-3500, 24-hour repair service (800) 788-3600, TDD/TTY (800) 627-3529.
Lakedale Link, 9938 State Highway 55 NW, Annandale, (800) 546-4963, after-hours repair service (888) 344-3730 (regular business hours, call (800) 546-4963, www.lakedalelink.net.
The township has no gas lines. Residents should contact a local gas company for a liquid propane gas tank and service.