Nashwauk, Minnesota

Welcome to Nashwauk Township




                                                                        RESIDENT    NON-RESIDENT

Monday through Thursday                             $10.00                         $20.00

Friday through Sunday                                   $20.00                         $40.00

Table/Chair Rental

            Tables:                                                                 $5.00 (per table)

            Chairs:                                                     $1.00 (deposit for each taken from the hall)



To rent the community center, please contact Mary Jo Weber at 218-885-2556

Nashwauk Township is hiring for a Township Foreman


Applicant must:

  • Be able to operate equipment
  • Have a Class A license or be eligible
  • Be able to pass a alcohol, drug and background check
  • Be mechanically inclined
  • Prefer to reside within 20 miles of the township garage


Wage will be determined based on qualifications. Applications must be picked up at the Township Garage at 16470 County Road 8 in Nashwauk between the hours of 7:00am to 3:30pm. All applications must be turned in to the township garage with an attached resume. All applications are due on or before April 14th, 2017. Please call 218-885-2258 for more information or email

Nashwauk Township Hall Caretaker Wanted 

Nashwauk Township is looking for a Hall Caretaker for the Nashwauk Township Community Center. 
Duties include, but are not limited to:
Scheduling hall rental 
Cleaning the hall
Shoveling sidewalks
Ordering and restocking supplies

Pay: $500/Month 
To apply: Send a letter of interest by April 14, 2017. 
Send applications to: Nashwauk Township 18714 Lost Road Nashwauk, MN 55769 

The Town Board of Supervisors will review the letters at the Town Board meeting on April 18, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. For more information contact Karine Woodman at 218-885-0084 or



  • Nashwauk Township has 69.5 square miles
  • Population is approximately 1,666 people (all rural)
  • Population density is 25 people per square mile