The first MN cases of Avian Influenza were identified in March & have impacted 20 counties, including CWC. Federal & State partners are working to find the disease & test any birds with clinical signs as part of the response plan. Resources available.
The Pick A Mile program was first introduced June 2021 for residents to pick a mile of county roads to help in roadside cleanup. An easy to use app allows residents to reserve an available stretch of road to cleanup as a family, business or organization.
Crow Wing County Land Services has completed its annual tree planting program for 2022. This year 46,800 pine seedlings were planted on 60 acres located in Wolford and Fairfield Townships
According to property assessment data released by Crow Wing County, total assessed value of all properties in the County increased from $13 billion as of January 2, 2021, to $17 billion on January 2, 2022.
Dates to file for public office in Crow Wing County for the 2022 election are approaching. The candidate filing period is May 17-31. School board candidates as well as some cities and townships can file August 2-16.
The Crow Wing County Land Services Department is beginning the Safe Route Connection Project that will evaluate a possible connection between the Miller Black Bear ATV Trail and nearby cities within the County.
Crow Wing County was awarded grant funding of $30,000 from the Clean Water Fund to help landowners seal unused wells in Crow Wing County and the Pine River watershed.
Starting on Monday, May 2nd, the Paul M. Thiede Fire Tower Park will be temporarily closed while crews from Anderson Brothers Construction work to create a new paved trail from the picnic shelter all the way up to the fire tower itself.
Crow Wing County has received $60,897 in grant funds from Minnesota Board of Water & Soil Resources and the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency to provide funding to replace or protect septic systems for low-income residents.