Just over 1,100 land use permits were issued by Crow Wing County in 2020, according to a year-end report compiled by the County Land Services Department. Permit numbers grew by 25% compared to 2019.
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.
Local property tax valuation and classification notices are currently being sent to all property owners in Crow Wing County. These notices inform citizens of the assessed value of their property as of January 2021.
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.
Beginning April 1, the Crow Wing County Landfill will move to its summer hours of operation. The landfill will be open Monday through Saturday from 8 am to 5 pm.
Crow Wing County will be holding a land use informational workshop regarding land use ordinance revisions, residential stormwater management requirements, land use permit regulations and requirements, and many other topics.
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.