RANDOLPH, "The Good Life" "Located just a half hour northeast of Norfolk, NE, the city of Randolph is ready to WELCOME YOU! With a population of nearly 1,000 and virtually zero crime rate, it is an excellent community in which to live, work and play!" WHAT'S NEW? Randolph is proud to announce development of the Country Club Drive Subdivision with eleven residential building lots!
City of Randolph
Randolph is governed by a mayor-council form of government. Mr. Dwayne Schutt is currently the Mayor of Randolph. City Council members are Chad Winkelbauer, Brad Bargstadt, Scott Wattier, and Timothy Lemmons.
Sewage - Randolph has a municipal sanitary sewage system and a storm sewer system. The oxidization ditch and clarifier treatment plant was built in 1969.
Streets - Randolph has 9.82 miles of streets; 7 miles are hard surfaced with cement and brick. Ninety-six percent of the streets have curbs and 80 percent have sidewalks. There are no local load restrictions. Street maintenance includes street sweeping and snow removal.
Water - Randolph’s municipal water system is supplied by two wells with an average depth of 157 feet.
Solid Waste Disposal - Municipally-owned waste removal services are available in Randolph. Wastes are hauled to a privately-owned disposal site.
Zoning Ordinances - Click here to view Randolph's zoning ordinances.
Electricity - The City of Randolph purchases its total power requirements from Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD) at the wholesale power level.
Natural Gas - Natural gas is supplied and distributed in the community by Source Gas.
Randolph has three churches representing Catholic, Methodist, and Evangelical Lutheran Church of America denominations.
- St. John’s Lutheran Church ELCA
310 W. Broadway
Randolph, NE 68771
Phone: (402) 337-0570
Contact: Pastor Derrick Fallon
Worship: Saturday: 7:30 pm
Sunday: 9:00 am
Sunday School/Confirmation: 10:10 am
- First United Methodist Church
110 E. Jackson
Randolph, NE 68771
Phone: (402) 337-0250
Contact: Rev. Judy Carlson
Worship: Sunday: 9:00 am
- St. Frances de Chantal Catholic Church
402 N. Bridge
Randolph, NE 68771
Phone: (402) 337-0644
Contact: Fr. Timothy Forget
Worship: Saturday: 5:00 pm
Sunday: 10:00 am
Fire protection is provided in the community by a 25-member volunteer fire department. The department also provides protection to areas outside the community limits through an agreement with the Rural Fire District serving 127 sections and the village of Sholes.
Lied Randolph Public Library
The Lied Randolph Public Library is located at 109 N. Douglas, southeast of the Randolph High School. The library outgrew the historic Carnegie building which was built in 1918. Groundbreaking for a new 5,200 square foot Lied Randolph Public Library was held in March 2006. The new library was dedicated in April 2007. The library serves residents of Randolph, and surrounding Cedar, Pierce and Wayne counties.
- 10:00 am-12 Noon & 1:00 pm-6:00 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
- 10:00 am-12 Noon & 1:00 pm-8:00 pm Wednesday
- 10:00 am-12 Noon & 1:00 pm-4:00 pm Saturday
- Closed Friday & Sunday
The Randolph City Police is staffed by one full-time and three part-time police officers. The Cedar County Sheriff’s Department in Hartington employs four sworn officers and five support personnel. Regular patrol by the Police and Sheriff’s Departments provide protection to existing businesses.
Randolph Family Practice Clinic, located at 106 E. Wayne in Randolph, is owned by Osmond General Hospital. The Randolph Family Practice Clinic is staffed by one physician, Dr. David Mwebe, MD.
- 8:30 am-Noon & 1:00 pm-5:00 pm Monday thru Friday
- Closed Saturday
- Osmond General Hospital, Osmond, NE, 13 miles west of Randolph
- Faith Regional Health Services, Norfolk, NE, 27 miles south of Randolph
- Avera Sacred Heart Hospital, Yankton, SD, 35 miles north of Randolph
- Mercy Medical Center & St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center, Sioux City, IA, 55 miles east of Randolph
Randolph has been serviced by Authier, Miller, Pape Eyecare out of Norfolk, NE since 1998. Dr. Jenny Furstenau provides complete eye care services each Wednesday in Randolph.
Other Medical Services
- Family 1st Dental of Randolph
- Osmond Pharmacy
The Colonial Manor of Randolph is located at 811 S. Main. This facility was built in 1968. The facility offers 17 private and 13 semi private rooms. Twenty-four hour supervision is provided by licensed nurses and a caring, understanding, and highly trained staff. Numerous skilled services are available to residents on an in-house basis. These services include speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, rehabilitation in its own special unit, an activity center, a conference room, a resident lounge, chapel, and employee break room, a self-serve snack bar, and a well-equipped kitchen. Additionally, residents’ families can reserve a time to dine with their resident in a private family dining room. Colonial Manor is Medicare and Medicaid approved. For more information ask for Robert Pyper, Administrator, (402) 337-0444.
Colonial Estates of Randolph is located at 811 S. Main attached to the nursing home. This nine-unit assisted living section was completed in 2000.
Senior Citizen Center
The Randolph Senior Citizens Center, Inc, located at 104 W. Broadway St. was established in 1984. The Senior Citizens Center provides year-round programs, congregate meals, and meals on wheels for shut-ins. It is a non-profit organization, organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes in order to promote social service programs. Connected with the Northeast Nebraska Area Agency of Aging, many services are offered including legal services, senior care, outreach lifeline, housekeeping, and transportation. For more information call (402) 337-1430.
Qwest Communications is the local exchange carrier in the Randolph area with a high-speed digital central office. Qwest is capable of providing business and residential lines, Qwest long distance, market expansion lines, class and custom calling features, ISDN, and high-speed Internet. Installation and maintenance personnel are located in the community.
HughesNet offers satellite internet and phone service. For more information, view http://www.hughesnetinternet.net/local/Nebraska/ or call toll-free 1-855-663-0185.
Randolph is served by a state-of-the-art cable plant operated by Cable One. Suscribers in Randolph have access to 74 different channels of quality programming. For more information contact Cable One at (800) 747-2330.
Satellite TV service is also available through DirecTV at (855) 463-7359.
The Randolph Times is Randolph’s local newspaper. The newspaper is owned by the Northeast Nebraska News Company which also owns the Cedar County News, Laurel Advocate, Osmond Republican, Wausa Gazette and Coleridge Blade. For more information cal (402) 337-0488. Other papers delivered locally are the Omaha World Herald, Sioux City Journal, and Norfolk Daily News.
Package Delivery Services
UPS and Federal Express have delivery services in Randolph but no outlets. The post office in Randolph has one mail receipt and one dispatch daily. Postal Services include Express Mail, Priority Mail, First Class Mail, and Parcel Post.