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The Ramsey County Sheriff's Department patrols Township streets to enforce Township Ordinances, and provides animal control and education to pet owners. All animals impounded by the Ramsey County Sheriff's Department are taken to the Animal Humane Society, 9785 Hudson Road, Woodbury. The shelter can be reached at 952-435-7738. Phone hours are 9:00 am to 7:00 pm, Monday – Friday, and Saturday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Search impounded pets online at www.animalhumanesociety.org/strays. Shelter pickup is by Appointment Only, call 952-435-7738.
To request animal control's assistance, day or night, including reporting a lost pet, please call the Ramsey County Sheriff's Department at 651-747-0640. For information regarding lost or found animals contact the Animal Humane Society, 952-435-7738 or 952-HELP-PET.
Domestic animals impounded by the Ramsey County Sheriff's Department are taken to the Animal Humane Society, 9785 Hudson Road, Woodbury. The shelter can be reached at 952-435-7738. Phone hours are 9:00 am to 7:00 pm, Monday – Friday, and Saturday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Shelter pick-up is by appointment only. Call 952-435-7738. Impound animals are kept for five business days. Owners claiming their pets will need to show photo identification; proof of ownership; and payment of fees.
Town ordinances require all domestic animals (dogs, cats, etc.) to be leashed when not on their owner’s property. Many city ordinances penalize a person who owns, harbors, or keeps a domestic animal that runs at large. If you see a dog running loose, please contact Animal Control by calling 911. If the animal is picked up and attempts to find the owner are unsuccessful it will be transported to an animal shelter.
This is another reason why it is best to report dog bites to law enforcement.
Animal Control will pick up domestic cats in certain circumstances. Animal Control will not accept surrendered domestic cats. By city ordinance cats, like dogs, must be leashed if not on the owner’s private property. Cats that are picked up by Animal Control are transported to the shelter. Feral cats are the offspring of lost or abandoned pet cats or other feral cats who are not spayed or neutered. Unlike stray cats that are accustomed to contact with people and are tame, feral cats are not accustomed to people and are typically too fearful and wild to be handled. Feral cats do not easily adapt, or may never adapt, to living as pets in close contact with people.
The Sheriff’s Office Animal Control services do not include trapping feral cats.
If you live trap an animal, do not take it to some other part of town and release it, as this could potentially spread disease.
Animal Control does not pick up birds for West Nile virus testing.
Domestic animals are brought to a temporary shelter operated by the Animal Humane Society (9785 Hudson Road, Woodbury, Minnesota 55125). They can be reached at phone 952-435-7738 (Mon-Fri from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm, Sat 10:00 am to 6:00 pm). Injured small wildlife with a good chance of survival are brought to the Minnesota Wildlife Rehab Center in Roseville. Injured birds of prey are brought to the University of Minnesota Raptor Center. Severely injured deer and wildlife will be euthanized.
Help your dog by working with your children to keep gates and doors closed.
* Windows* Siding* Roofing* Electrical Work* Plumbing * Mechanical* Additions* Decks* Fences* Driveways* Accessory Buildings* Bathroom or kitchen remodels
For more information visit our Building Department page or contact our Building Department at 651-747-2750.
Minnesota Statute 204B.195 allows individuals to take time off from work, without penalty or reduction in pay*, to serve as election judges on election day(s). A 20-day written notice requesting to be absent from work for this purpose must be submitted to the employer.
*Without a reduction in pay' means you will earn what you would have at work that day. Generally, this means that your employer has the right to deduct the amount you made being an election judge from your normal day. You can voluntarily take a vacation day to be fully paid by your employer and receive the judge salary you earn as extra income. An employer cannot force you to take vacation or any other form of paid leave.
NEW IN 2020 - Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, no witnesses are required.
Minnesota Election Law requires every voter to show their blank ballot to a witness prior to filling it out. The same witness must also fully complete the witness section on the ballot return signature envelope. Any registered voter in the state can act as a witness. Additional witnesses that do not have a state residency requirement are a Notary Public, County, City or Town Clerk, College Registrar, Judicial Officer, or any other official who can administer an oath.
Precinct No. 1 Otter Lake Elementary School 1401 County Road H2 Precinct No. 2 Lakeshore Players 4941 Long Avenue Precinct No. 3 South Shore Trinity Lutheran Church 2480 So. Shore Blvd Precinct No. 4 Heritage Hall 4200 Otter Lake Road You can also visit our Elections Page under Administration for more helpful information and links. View your voting precinct map by clicking
Voters at the annual Town Meeting and at the special Town Meetings approve the tax levy, recommend a budget, and decide special questions prescribed by law.
Office Hours: M-F 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Building Location: Ramsey County 90 West Plato Boulevard St. Paul, MN 55107
For a detailed list of what is and is not recyclable, refer to the
Recycling is picked up every other week. For a schedule of weeks recycling will be picked up, please consult the
The Township is divided into zones which determine the day of your pick-up. To find out what your collection day is, view our
Pick-up service will resume the day following a holiday and continue one day off the regular schedule through the end of the week. For the current holiday schedule, please visit our
Holiday trees will be picked up by Republic Services at no additional charge on your garbage day during the first two full weeks in January. For holiday lights, there is a program called Recycle Your Holidays. For more information, visit our
Safely dispose of unwanted, expired, and unused medicines for free at a one of the six public drop boxes in Ramsey County. This year-round collection program helps prevent crime and protects the environment. Storing unwanted, expired, and unused medicines can lead to drug abuse or poisoning, and medicines flushed down the drain or disposed of in the trash can harm the environment. For more information, visit
There is no municipally administered garbage or recycling collection service for businesses in White Bear Township. Businesses are free to select from any garbage/recycling hauler licensed to provide commercial service in the Township.
For helpful information regarding business recycling, please visit our
There is no municipally administered recycling collection service for multi-unit complexes in White Bear Township. It is required that property owners of any multi-unit dwelling, like senior living communities or apartment complexes, provide occupants with the opportunity to recycle. Call White Bear Township at 651-747-2750 if this service is not available.
For more information and free resources to set up recycling in your apartment, check out the
Clear Stream Containers are available at the Township's Offices. Whether you're hosting a block party, graduation, family reunion, or other gathering, make it a green event! Find out how to sign up for this service, and find other event recycling resources, on our
Electronic products containing a cathode ray tube (CRT), such as TVs and computer monitors, may not be placed in the garbage. Electronic products contain lead and other heavy metals which are harmful to human health and the environment.
Lead from CRTs is the largest single source of lead in Minnesota's municipal waste. Approximately 20% of each CRT is made up of lead; this is between five to eight pounds of lead per unit. The ban will keep toxic lead and other recyclable components of electronics out of landfills. A number of retailers accept electronics for free or a small fee.
For a list of locations that recycle electronics near you, visit
Ed Prudhon, Supervisor5435 Peterson RoadWhite Bear Township, MN 55110(651) 429-6772Email: email@example.com
Steve Ruzek, Supervisor5529 Fisher CourtWhite Bear Township, MN 55110(651) 429-0226Email: Theruzeks@aol.com
Town Board Meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month starting at 7:00PM at Heritage Hall, 4200 Otter Lake Road.
November 1st to March 31st snowmobiles are allowed to park on or adjacent to a driveway.
All year boats, snowmobiles, travel trailers, campers, camping buses and antique cars may be stored in rear or side yards if they are currently licensed and operable and the combined area of parking for all recreational vehicles and trailers do not exceed 300 square feet.
1188 Anderson LaneFeatures: Undeveloped
Apple Tree Park
4399 Oakmede LaneFeatures: Playground Equipment, Basketball Court
2499 South Shore BlvdFeatures: Picnic Area & Shelter, Swimming Beach*** Please note, the restrooms are only available when the lifeguards are on duty.
2560 County Road FFeatures: Picnic Equipment, Passive Trails & Benches, Inline Skating, Sliding Hill
2150 Overlake RoadFeatures: Playground Equipment, Picnic Equipment, Small Ball Field
5801 Meadowview DriveFeatures: Playground Equipment, Skating Rink, Picnic Equipment, Open Field
1756 Highway 96 EFeatures: Playground Equipment, Ball Field, Soccer Field, Skating Rink, 2 Tennis Courts
Deer Meadow Park
2625 Parkview DriveFeatures: Playground Equipment, Shelter, Paved Trail, Open Field
5485 Township Drive Features: Playground Equipment, 2 Tennis Courts, Ice Skating Rink, Picnic Shelter & Equipment
Four Seasons Park
5287 Hugo Road Features: Playground Equipment, 2 Tennis Courts, Picnic Shelter & Equipment, Ball Field
Fox Meadow Park
4230 White Bear Pkwy Features: Playground Equipment, Skating Rink, Picnic Shelter, Open Field
Garden Creek Park
5383 Portland AveFeatures: Playground Equipment, Ice Skating Rink, Picnic Equipment
5560 Peterson RoadFeatures: Small Ball Field
2626 Suzanne Circle Features: Playground Equipment, Basketball Court, Small Sliding Hill
2675 1st Street / 5300 Portland AveFeatures: Ball Field, 2 Tennis Courts, Benches, Trails
2569 Stacker BlvdFeatures: Playground Equipment
5130 Dillon Street Features: Playground Equipment, Ball Field, Skating Rink, Picnic Shelter & Equipment
4600 Stoddart CircleFeatures: Playground Equipment, Passive Trails, Benches
Moon Lake Park
4701 Greenhaven DriveFeatures: Paved Trail
Otter Lake Regional Park
5750 Otter Lake Road (North of Meadowview Drive Intersection)Features: Ramsey County Dog Park
5868 Otterview TrailFeatures: Playground Equipment, Sliding Hill
Polar Lakes Park
1280 Hammond Road Features: 2 Lighted Baseball Fields, 2 Multi-use Fields, 2 Lighted Soccer Fields, Playground Equipment, Picnic Shelter, Amphitheatre / Stage
Red Pine Park
5860 Red Pine BlvdFeatures: Playground Equipment, Ice Skating, Basketball Court, Sliding Hill, Trails
2673 Lake AveFeatures: Benches, Undeveloped
5891 Pintail LaneFeatures: Trail
Tamarack Nature Center
5287 Otter Lake Road Features: Tamarack Nature Center is a 320-acre nature preserve located within Bald Eagle-Otter Lakes Regional Park. Paved trails, boardwalks and wood chipped paths provide year-round access. A floating dock serves as a scenic overlook onto Tamarack Lake, habitat for heron, turtles, mink and muskrat. The half-mile paved trail circling the restored prairie provides access to an observation deck overlooking Teal Pond.Other features of the park include:•Year-round open facility; building is staffed by professional naturalists to answer questions.•Over three miles of cross-country skiing and walking trails.•Education and recreation programs for schools, community groups, etc.•Summer day camp programs for students.•Public programs of a wide variety, such as nature walks, snowshoeing, apple cidering, bird banding, Earth Day & Halloween activities.Outreach programs are available for school and community groups. On-staff naturalists share nature-related programs with adults and children.For more information call Tamarack Nature Center, (651)-407-5350.
5335 Reed Place Features: Playground Equipment
4099 Bellaire AveFeatures: Undeveloped
Meetings of the Park Board are held at 6:30 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month at the Administrative Building Conference Room. The park board consists of seven members appointed by the Town Board. Terms are for three years, with appointments made in May.
SNOWFALL RESTRICTION. No motor vehicle shall be parked on any highway or street or boulevard within the Town of White Bear after a snowfall of one (1) inch or more which necessitates the plowing and removal of snow from the highways, streets, boulevards and alleys in the Town until such time as the plowing and snow removal is completed. No motor vehicle, trailer, or other obstruction shall be located within two (2) feet of any street, highway, boulevard or alley after a snowfall of one (1) inch until such time as the plowing and snow removal has been completed.
•Monitoring existing potential sources of contamination
•Implementing wellhead protection measures for potential contaminant sources
In addition, owners and operators of a public water supply must prepare a Wellhead Protection Plan, which includes:
•A map showing the delineated wellhead protection areas
•A vulnerability assessment of the wells and the wellhead protection areas
•An inventory of potential sources of contamination within the wellhead protection areas
•A plan to manage and monitor existing and proposed potential sources of contamination
•A contingency strategy for an alternative emergency water supply
Republic Services is the only licensed garbage hauler in White Bear Township. You can contact them at 952-941-5174 or by visiting their website.
In addition - No motor vehicle shall be parked on any highway or street or boulevard within the Town of White Bear after a snowfall of one (1) inch or more which necessitates the plowing and removal of snow from the highways, streets, boulevards and alleys in the Town until such time as the plowing and snow removal is completed. No motor vehicle, trailer, or other obstruction shall be located within two (2) feet of any street, highway, boulevard or alley after a snowfall of one (1) inch until such time as the plowing and snow removal has been completed.
This year Township Day is Saturday, September 10, 2016 from 2:00 - 8:00PM
ACTIVITIES THROUGHOUT THE DAY INCLUDE:
* Free Musical Entertainment* All-Around Fun Area for the kids including a variety of inflatable bounce houses* A Petting Zoo* Various Food Trucks and Stands* Beer Garden* Silent Auction with lots of great items* Demonstrations * A Varierty of Merchandise, Arts & Craft, Service & Non-profit Vendors and..
TO FINISH OUT THE DAY:
A Spectacular Fireworks Display at dusk- (approximately 8:00 p.m.)
Leak Detection Tips
Water hardness in the Township depends on what system your property pulls water from. The North System has 18 grains of hardness and the South System has 12 grains of hardness.
1. You can mail in your payment to our offices at 1281 Hammond Road, White Bear Township, MN 55110. 2. You can drop off your payment at our offices at 1281 Hammond Road. 3. You can sign up for auto pay and have your payment automatically withdrawn from a checking or savings account each quarter on the due date. To sign up for Automatic Withdrawal (ACH) click on the link below or visit our Utility Billing page under the Finance Page. 4. Or you can pay online with a debit or credit card ( a convenience fee applies).
Utility Bills are billed out quarterly in the Township.
The current rates can be viewed here.
North System - 18 grains of hardness
South System - 12 grains of hardness
Contact the Township for iron content based on the area of the Township you live in.
* A permit is required to install a water softener!
Leak Detection Tips
Next time your in the Township's Administrative Offices (1281 Hammond Road) pick up a Home Water-Saving Kit that includes 2 toilet leak test tablets. These are provided free of charge to residents.
There are many ways you can save water. The first way is to Educate yourself. You can visit our