Sherburne County Auditor/Treasurer Diane Arnold would like to remind taxpayers that the second half of their Real Estate Taxes for 2017 is due and must be postmarked* on or before October 16th with a Penalty assessed after that date.
After-hours drop-box is located outside Door B.
Questions? Call (763)765-4350 or 1-800-438-0575.
*Please note that most Post Offices now use a servicing center so mail is not being postmarked until two to three days after pick up so please plan accordingly as by Statute we must go by the postmark for penalty.
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2017 Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events
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Tri-County Volunteer Opportunity
Tri-CAP has an opening for a Sherburne County Community Representative on the Tri-CAP Board of Directors.
Controlled Burns in Sand Dunes State Forest
The Department of Natural Resources will conduct controlled burns of two brush piles in Sand Dunes State Forest in Orrock Township.
The DNR's Forestry Division recently harvested timber from the area and collected leftover tree tops and branches in two piles that will be burned. The burning will be done to make it easier to plant new trees and control buckthorn.
The burn areas are north and west of the intersection of Sherburne County Road 10 and 170th Street. The burning will happen between Aug 31 and April 1. The exact days are weather dependent, but the DNR expects there to be 5-8 days of actual burning.
Residents in the area can expect to see smoke from the fires, which will happen at optimal times when fire danger is low and when the wind is such that the smoke doesn't drift to the residences east of the burn areas.
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Sherburne County is committed to helping businesses from all sectors find the sites, workforce and resources they need to thrive. A variety of successful business and industrial parks and active economic development authorities support development activity.
Currently, the Sherburne County HRA has several Commercial/Industrial county owned lots for sale in Becker, Elk River and Zimmerman.
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