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You can obtain a burning permit at: East Bethel City Hall 2241 221st Ave. NE East Bethel, MN 55011 Hours: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Burning permits are not required for recreational fires. Burning permits are also available from the following fire wardens:
Please call before going to their residence, if at all possible.Permits will not be issued if the DNR has issued a burning ban. You can check the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources for current conditions.
The City Assessor, Ken Tolzmann, can answer questions about the value of your property.
The city does not allow permanent improvements in the right-of-way area including landscaping, tree planting, fencing, or other structures that impede driver visibility and safety or that could cause problems for snow storage. Property owners are encouraged to maintain and use the right-of-way area but the city is not responsible for damage to turf, sprinklers, etc. that are in the right-of-way.
Information on our spring and fall recycling days can be found under the Recycling Events page. For more information on recycling, contact East Bethel City Hall.
Commercial service is provided by Ace Solid Waste at 763-427-3110, East Central Sanitation at 763-689-2171 or 1-800-439-2171, LePage & Sons at 763-757-7100, Republic Services at 763-784-2104, Walter's Recycling at 763-780-8464, or Waste Management of MN, Blaine at 763-210-4542.
We accept checks, money orders, and cashier's checks. Please do not mail cash. We recommend mailing payments at least 7 business days before the due date. We do not currently offer online payments of utility bills but we do have an ACH (automated clearing house) option available. Your utility payment will be deducted from your bank account on the date due. If you are interested please contact Utility Billing at 763-367-7840.
A toilet that leaks is another common cause for a noticeable usage increase. A good way to check is to put some food coloring in the back of the tank, wait a few minutes, and then check the bowl. If the food coloring appears in the bowl, then you know that there isn't a tight seal and water is circulation through the toilet.
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