Who We Are

Ehlers is an industry-leading municipal advisor firm serving Minnesota, Wisconsin, Colorado and Kansas. We leverage centuries of combined experience and specialized expertise to deliver innovative, fully-integrated public finance solutions that help governments and public agencies build strong, vibrant and sustainable communities.

Independent. And Integrated.

With client communities at the heart of everything we do, Ehlers’ integrated advisory teams are uniquely qualified to deliver independent guidance across all areas of public finance. That’s something our competitors just can’t say.

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Bond Sales

The occurrence of each sale, and the details of each sale, are subject to change. Final details for each sale listed will be found in the official statement produced by Ehlers.

3 Upcoming Bond Sales

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Independent School District No. 911 (Cambridge-Isanti Public Schools), Minnesota

$12,020,000.00 Certificates of Participation, Series 2019A

2020 - 2039

Sale Date & Time
May 23 2019, 10:00 AM CDT

Independent School District No. 192 (Farmington), Minnesota

$9,810,000.00 General Obligation Facilities Maintenance Bonds, Series 2019A

2020 - 2034

Sale Date & Time
May 28 2019, 11:30 AM CDT

Archuleta County, Colorado

$14,055,000.00 Archuleta County Series 2019

2020 - 2044

Sale Date & Time
May 30 2019, 11:00 AM CDT

Market Commentary

Trade tensions between the U.S. and China have led to declines in stock prices and lower bond yields.
Joel Sutter, CIPMA, Senior Municipal Advisor
16 May 2019

Interest Rate Index

As of May 17, 2019

Bond Buyer Index
Revenue Bond Index
10-Year Treasury Note


All Eyes on China-U.S. Trade

Trade tensions between the U.S. and China have led to declines in stock prices and lower bond yields. Meanwhile, yields on muni bonds have continued to decline, reaching the lowest levels since January 2018.

Market Commentary

Ehlers Announces
New Hires

Ehlers hires additional advisors and financial professionals, renewing its commitment to exclusively serve public sector companies and positioning itself for growth.

Press Releases

Rates Holding Steady

Taxes are in and state revenues are generally up. A question going forward will be whether states alter their tax codes to conform with the Tax Cuts and Job Act, but with political gridlock, a bipartisan deal is unclear. At the macro level, treasury yields have fallen to their lowest levels since March and all eyes are on the Fed’s meeting this week and additional economic data. So far, the data has indicated a slightly weaker than expected U.S. economy and troubling low levels of inflation. While the expectation is for the Fed to keep rates the same, markets will be looking for clues on where the Fed sees the U.S. economy headed and particularly if rates might be cut sometime this year.

Market Commentary