With the end of the school year, many parents are seeking information about childcare options during the summer months. For some families the additional financial obligation of childcare is a factor in the stay at home versus childcare decision.
MN Help Me Connect (www.helpmeconnectmn.org/) is a new online navigator that connects pregnant & parenting families with young children birth to 8 years of age to services in their communities that support healthy child development & family well-being.
The Pick A Mile Program is now available for residents to pick a mile of county roads to assist in roadside cleanup. An easy to use app allows residents to reserve a 2 mile available stretch of road to cleanup as a family, business or organization.
Crow Wing County is currently seeking candidates for seasonal watercraft inspector positions. Inspectors serve as the first line of defense for our county’s lakes and rivers and share our vision of being Minnesota’s favorite place.
The Crow Wing County Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) decontamination stations open for the season this Friday, May 28th, to help stop the spread of AIS.
Crow Wing County Land Services will begin the state mandated “quintile” process of physically viewing 20% of the parcels within the County for property valuations effective in 2022
The Crow Wing County Land Services Department has released the 2020 Recycling Report showing total recycling tonnage in the county increased by over 55% from 2019 to 2020.
According to property assessment data released by Crow Wing County, total assessed value of all properties in the County increased from $12.1 billion as of January 2, 2020, to $13 billion on January 2, 2021, an increase of $890 million or 7%.
Crow Wing County Land Services department is available to help with a variety of needs from vitals to recording to permitting and more! Many services are available online and at our customer service counter.
Crow Wing County has so many great opportunities for residents and visitors to enjoy the outdoors including over 100 acres of parks, over 1,000 miles of trails, and over 100,000 acres of public land.
Crow Wing County received $32,746 in grant funds from Minnesota Board of Water & Soil Resources to provide funding to replace or protect septic systems for low income residents.
The 2021 Crow Wing County disposal guide will be mailed out soon to all Crow Wing County property owners. The guide covers hours of operation, what items are accepted at the landfill, fee schedule, recycling and household hazardous waste programs.
We are currently seeking candidates for seasonal watercraft inspector positions. These positions conduct inspections of entering/exiting watercraft equipment at public water accesses, and will have frequent public contact with boaters.