Obtaining a Burning Permit
Burning permits can be obtained from the Clerk’s Office during regular business hours. There is no fee for the 3-day permit. Burning of piled, vegetative material can be done between the hours of 6 p.m. and 8 a.m. Please remember that spring restrictions and possible burning bans will be an annual event. All residents are urged to do the majority of their burning when we have snow cover. This will minimize the danger and avoid the inconvenience of not getting the spring cleanup completed before the restriction goes into place.
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Policies, Ordinances and Licenses
General Fee Schedule:
General Fee Schedule
Park Building Rental Fees/Agreement Form
Town Hall Rental Information
Ordinance 2005-03: Establishing Park Rules
Dog License Form
Ordinance 85-1:Regulation of Animals (synopsis)
Regulation of Animals
Residential Streets and Addresses:
Where do I get my new street address?
The Clerk's Office is the office that will assign
the street address. Phone: 763-263-8111.
PRIOR to setting your mailbox post, call the
Big Lake Postmaster at 763-263-2642
or 612-723-0521 for the
correct installation location.
Mailbox Post Installation • Mailbox Post - 2
Posting of Assigned Street Addresses
Public Right of Way
Snowplowing Policy/Snow Removal
Stopping/Parking (Ordinance #7, revised Jan. 2011)