In order to protect the public’s health and slow the rate of transmission of COVID-19, County Attorney Don Ryan, Sheriff Scott Goddard and court staff have decided to not have the judicial center open to general public starting at noon on Monday 3/23.
If you, or someone you care about, are feeling overwhelmed with emotions of sadness, depression or anxiety or feel like you want to harm yourself or others Crow Wing County Mental Health staff offer several mental health resources available to you.&nb...Read on...
The Crow Wing County Public Health Team has compiled a list of locations that will offer free meals for all children 18 years and under during the COVID-19 school break.
All Crow Wing County Services will continue for residents during the two week “Stay at Home” executive order by MN Governor Tim Walz. Under the order, the Governor asks Minnesotans to stay in their homes for two weeks unless absolutely necessary.
The full Crow Wing County Board of Commissioners extended the local emergency declaration at their County Board meeting on 3/24.
CWC staff are asking residents for help in donating any extra masks, gloves or hand sanitizer residents may have to spare. There is a drop box outside of the Community Services building for residents to drop donations. 204 Laurel Street in Brainerd.
Crow Wing County Board Chairman, Paul Koering, issued a declaration of a Local Emergency effective March 21, 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Starting Tuesday 3-17-20, CWC will be modifying how it delivers services to the public and will not be allowing public entry to county buildings through 3-31-20. Services will continue online and via telephone.
In response to County offices being closed to the public as an effort to flatten the curve and spread of the COVID-19 virus, the Highway Department remains committed to providing a safe and efficient transportation system. The public will still see highwa...
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Crow Wing County is requesting that all tax payments be made by mail, online, or by using the drop box installed outside the front doors of the Land Services building.
Beginning April 1, the Crow Wing County Landfill will move to its summer hours of operation. The landfill will be open Monday through Saturday from 8 am to 5 pm.
If you, or someone you care about, are feeling overwhelmed with emotions of sadness, depression or anxiety or feel like you want to harm yourself or others Crow Wing County Mental Health staff offer several mental health resources available to you.
Crow Wing County property owners will soon be receiving both their annual notice of property valuation and classification for taxes payable next year, and their tax statement for taxes due this year.
On 03/28/20, Joshua Matthew McMillen will be moving into a residence located in the 30000 block of State Hwy 6 in Perry Lake Township in rural Crosby, MN.
The Crow Wing County Landfill is staying open for business while taking extra precautions to protect staff and the public during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Starting Tuesday 3-17-20, CWC will be modifying how it delivers services to the public and will not be allowing public entry to county buildings through 3-31-20. through our website. Services will continue online and via telephone.
Watercraft Inspectors conduct inspections of entering and exiting watercraft equipment at public water accesses. Work is primarily Friday through Sunday with possibility for some weekday shifts.
Chapter 156 of the Session Laws of 2005 Minnesota Statutes requires that a city or county with a population of more than 15,000 must annually notify its residents of the positions and base salaries of its three highest paid employees.