The Environmental and Planning/Zoning Offices have combined to provide customers a one stop
location for services related to land use and the environment.
NEW! Feedlot Flyer Newsletter - December 2012 edition
Go to Feedlot page and click on the link to view!
NEW! Updated “2013 Dodge County Water Programs & Trends” Powerpoint presentation. Proceed to Wells & Water Quality page and click on the link to view.
New Entrance Road to Dodge County Transfer Station
Public customers are now using a new driveway to enter the Transfer Station during operating hours. The new driveway is located about 300 feet north of the Transfer Station along County Road 21 (240th Ave). The old driveways in front of the Transfer Station are now closed. Public customers wishing to drop-off recyclable materials still have 24-hour access to the drop-off bins located on the south side of the Recycling Center using Gate C. Operating hours at the Transfer Station and Recycling Center remain the same: Monday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Tuesday – Friday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Recycling Center Drop Boxes
PLEASE read the signs for what can and cannot go in the drop boxes. Please be sure to remove any styrofoam and plastic from cardboard boxes before putting them into the recycling bin. Thank you.
Please note: misuse of these containers may result in their removal.
GRANT FUNDING may be available for failing septic systems. See Septic Systems page for details and application.
SEPTIC SYSTEMS AND FLOODING
With flooding that Dodge County has seen in the past years, you could experience problems with septic systems that were submerged under water or portions of it washed away. Below is a link that gives information on what to do in case of flooding and tips on how to help your septic system recover.
MPCA Septic System and Flooding Factsheet