2014 Sartell Compost Site Permits Available

The Sartell Compost Site will be open for the season on Monday, April 21, 2014.   Click below or stop by Sartell City Hall  to purchase your 2014 Sartell Compost Site permit. 

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2013 Consumer Confidence Report

The 2013 Consumer Confidence Report/2013 Water Quality Report is now available.  

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    Election Judges Needed

The City of Sartell is looking for election judges for the 2014 Elections.  The primary election will be held on August 12, 2014 and the general election will be November 4, 2014.  The job may require judges working from 6:00 a.m. until after the polls close and the ballots are counted.  This is a paid position, so if you are interested in more information, please contact Peggy at 258-7303.

Sartell City News

  • Water Main Flushing to begin April 14, 2014

    City maintenance crews will start flushing hydrants on April 14th,2014, weather permitting. This flushing will take city crews two weeks to complete the entire city.

    This is a twice a year maintenance item for our water system. Residents may experience discolored water during this period. This should only be temporary, however, if it persists, please call the Sartell Water Plant at 258-7339 so that it can be checked out.

    Also, please check the clearness of your water before doing any laundry during this time. If your house is experiencing any discoloration it is not wise to wash clothes or any items that can be damaged by discolored water. The water is perfectly safe to drink as it is still being treated.

  • Animal Licenses Due

    The 2014-2015 Sartell animal licenses are on sale. It is required by city ordinance that all cats and dogs harbored in the city limits of Sartell have their current rabies vaccination and be licensed. The cost for the animal license is as follows: All spayed/neutered animals $15.00 All unspayed/unneutered animals $30.00 Licenses purchased after June 1, 2014 will have a $10.00 penalty added to the above fee. Your renewal certificate or a certification of vaccination and proof of spay or neutering needs to be brought in at time of licensing.

    Licensing your animal may save you money if your animal is ever picked up by city crews. As long as your animal wears its city tag, efforts will be made to get in with you as owner instead of sending your animal to the Humane Society.

    Also a reminder that it is city ordinance that owners clean up after their dogs and that all dogs must be leashed and accompanied by a responsible person when not on the homeowner’s property.

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