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View all calendars is the default. Choose Select a Calendar to view a specific calendar.Select the arrows on either side of the current month to change the month.
Room rented by NDLTAP/UGPTI/NDSU for Leadership classes.
3440 HWY 16, Beach, ND 58621
Turn south like your going to Golva on HWY 16, about 500 yards from the highway on your right will be a red/orange panel gate that leads to the big red building (that houses our garbage truck & the big container for household garbage).
The Zoning Board is appointed by the City Council. The Zoning Board can approve building permits previously submitted. It can only give a recommendation to the City Council for a Conditional Use application. The Zoning Board Administrator is Kimberly Gaugler, any zoning questions should be directed to her.
Usually in the Council Chambers at City Hall.
The previous meetings minutes will be read & approved . Call or send your email address to City Hall (872-4103 or firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to receive agendas & minutes. Sorry agendas are only sent via email, there are a few printed copies available at the office.
All water payments are due on the 21st of the month, unless the 21st falls on a weekend then payments are due on the next business day (EX: November 21st is on a Sunday in 2021 so payments are due on Mon, Nov. 22nd). Payment options: cash (in the office), check (mail to: PO Box 278 or 3 drop boxes), credit card (over the phone or online).
Water bill payments were due yesterday! If you haven't already submitted your payment, please submit your payment by the second to last business day of the month before 12 noon to avoid a $15 late fee.
Have all water bill payments to the City Office before noon on the second to last business day of the month so you don't get a late fee. (EX: in Oct. 2021: last day is the 28th). Online payments process on the next business day so this option will not work.
Water meters are read by a device called a Command Link by radio waves from the vehicle. This is why you see a brown SUV with City of Beach signs slowly driving around town.