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2022 Summary Budget Statement
2020 Financial Statements
Golf cart licenses may be purchased at City Hall for $10.
Upon application, please provide the following
See City Code Section 10.10 for details on golf cart regulations or contact Tracy at City Hall.
Persons under age twenty-one (21) shall be ineligible for a permit unless they possess a valid driver’s license.
You must have a valid driver's license in order to obtain a golf cart permit. Typically this is at age 16 or older. Learner's permits and farmer's permits don't qualify.
Please reference Section 10.10 of City Code for more information.
All city streets shall be designated motorized golf cart routes. No United States or State of Minnesota Highway or County Road shall be a designated roadway.
Many streets in Dodge Center are Minnesota Highways and County Roads. You cannot drive on these roads. Click here to view the County/State Roads in Dodge Center City Limits.
All fences (except Snow Fences) require a zoning permit which are free to obtain.
A fence over 7 feet tall requires a building permit.
All fences shall be located entirely upon the property of the fence owner; however, the owner may enter into an agreement with adjoining neighbors to install on or across property lines. The written agreement, signed by all parties, must accompany the permit application. If adjoining property owners do not agree to such installation on or across their property line, the fence must be setback at least two (2) feet from that property line. No fence may be constructed within a public right-of-way.
Please reference City Code Section 4.60. Performance Standards, Subdivision 9.
Dodge Center does have some requirements regarding bonfires and recreational fires. See them below.
Dodge Center Recreational Fire Requirements
All swimming pools whether above or below ground, holding more than l00 gallons of water, shall be totally enclosed in a fence with secured access. Fence to be constructed of suitable material and in a configuration to prevent unwanted entry to the pool.
We want pools to be safe. The reason for the fence is so that children can't wander into the pool without supervision.
Snow & Ice on Public Sidewalks
Snow Notice - Parking Regulations
Office of the MN Attorney General - Cold Weather Rule