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North St. Paul City Code of Ordinance does not require cats or dogs to be licensed and registered, or to pay a licensing fee to the City for having a cat or dog.
Yes. North St. Paul City Code of Ordinance requires a person having three or more dogs, no more than 5, to apply for a kennel license (no fee required) and be subject to the animal welfare standards set forth in the ordinance. A Kennel License is a 2-year license registration along with the following requirements:
The City has many choices to get rid of yard waste. Please call 651-747-2416.
Contact MN Tip Line at 651-747-2611 or North St. Paul Tip Line at 651-747-2677
In case of an emergency call 9-1-1 For all non-emergencies: Contact the North St. Paul Police Department during normal business hours (M-F 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.) at 651-747-2406. After hours: Contact Ramsey County Dispatch at 651-767-0640.
Reports can take a day or up to a week depending on the circumstances of the call before they are ready for release.
You will receive a letter in the mail stating the reason for the denial. You may appeal the denial if you so choose instructed in the letter.
For the latest street projects taking place in North St. Paul go to: https://www.northstpaul.org/735/Street-and-Utility-Improvements.
Road restrictions will start on Friday, March 6, 2020 and generally will be lifted up to 8 (8) weeks. For more information call 651-747-2400.
City staff/City Engineer calculate the proper amount to be assessed against each property and prepare a list (the assessment roll) of all properties to be assessed under the project.A Mailing of Notice of the City Council public hearing on the proposed assessment will take place. The notice must appear in a newspaper or publication. The City must also mail a notice to each affected property owner at least two weeks prior to the hearing date. The City Council will also hold a Public Hearing on the proposed assessment.