What's happening In Scribner?

There’s plenty going on, so check back regularly for updates.

City-Wide Cleanup

June 19th, 8am-9pm. Located at the burnsite.

Food Bank Hiatus

We will be pausing our Scribner food bank until September 2021.

SQ150 Celebration Schedule

Follow the event page on Facebook – Scribner’s 150th Celebration
utility meters lined up on a house

High Utility Bill

We’re all in this together and we are trying our best to take care of our own.

bills and a calculator with the word help across it

Utility Bill Help

Even with the $93,000 relief from our city council, we understand bills are still high because of the demand in usage. United Way is listed first (dial 211) because this

Strong heritage
Promising future

Scribner began in 1870 as an English and German community founded by John Blair. In the beginning, it was a bustling railroad town full of activity and commerce. Though there were only 50 residents by 1874, the word was soon out about this best-kept secret and the population grew to 1,100 by 1920. Though the railroad commerce is a thing of the past in Scribner, it still maintains a population around 1,000 and has plenty of action and small-town adventures for its residents and many visitors.