30 minutes from
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LATEST CITY NEWS
- A burning ban started Tuesday, April 23rd. No burning permits will be accepted until it is off- possibly in 30 days.
The City’s Public Safety Commission is seeking volunteers to fill one vacancy on the Commission. The purpose of the Public Safety Commission is to, appointed by the City Council, advise the Council on police, fire, and other public safety matters. The Commission has been charged by the Council with exciting and meaningful work: to research the security of public buildings as well as develop an overall communications plan for the City. The Commission generally meets the second Wednesday of the month, but may increase to two meetings per month during the research phases. The commission generally meets more frequently when given special projects. Check the City calendar for meeting dates and times. If you are interested in pursuing the vacant position, please complete the form here and drop it off at Dayton City hall. If you have any questions, please call Samantha Orduno at 763-712-3221.
- Mayor McNeil's 2013 State of the City
- REMINDER: The application for permits is on the website, but please note that the City does not accept permits by mail.
- Prior to calling or visiting City Hall regarding property inquiries, please visit Hennepin County's Property Information page here.
- The City now accepts VISA, MASTERCARD and DISCOVER credit/debit cards for sewer/water utility bill payments. Payments can be made at City Hall or over the phone.
- Sewer and Water Connection Info Packets updated for 2013 - The deadline for connections has been extended to December 31, 2015.
- Interstate I-94 and Brockton Lane Interchange
- City documents, including agenda packets and minutes can be found by hovering over "Government" on the navigation bar and clicking on "Meeting Agendas and Minutes." You must set up a free account to use this service.
- Information on foreclosed properties in the City can be found here.
- Property tax information can be found here.