Adam’s Pest Control in Owatonna, Minnesota
Adam’s has been providing pest control in Owatonna, Minnesota since 1971. Whether you need pest prevention or fast response to an immediate pest problem, Adam’s has the right solution.
Owatonna is a city in Steele County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 25,599 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Steele County. Owatonna is home to the Steele County Fairgrounds, which hosts the Steele County Free Fair in August. Interstate 35 and U.S. Highways 14, and 218 are three of the main routes in the city.
Owatonna was first settled in 1853 around the Straight River. The community was named after the Straight River, which in the Dakota language is Wakpá Owóthaŋna. A popular, but apocryphal, story is that the town is named after “Princess Owatonna,” the daughter of a local Indian chief who was supposedly healed by the magic waters of a nearby spring. The earliest the Owatonna area was settled was in 1854 and platted in September 1855, but it was incorporated as a town August 9, 1858, then as a city on February 23, 1865.
Owatonna is an economic center of Southern Minnesota, with diverse industries. Federated Insurance is the largest employer with 1521 employees, followed by an expanding Viracon which has 1434 employees. Both have their headquarters in Owatonna. Other large employers in the community are Bosch, Newell Brands (Jostens), Gopher Sport, Brunswick Corporation (Cybex International) , McQuay International (Daikin Industries), Owatonna Public Utilities, AmesburyTruth, ISD 761, Wenger Corporation, Owatonna Clinic – Mayo Health System, and Owatonna Hospital – Allina Hospitals & Clinics.
Adam’s professional lawn care service is keeping Owatonna lawns green, lush, and healthy.