City Commission Meeting
Monday, November 3rd, at 5:30 p.m. in the Commission Chambers at 423 6th Street NE
Please submit agenda items to the City Auditor by Wednesday, October 29th.
City Commission scheduled meeting
dates for 2014
Current Proposed Ordinances
Ordinance 918 - Noise Ordinance - tabled for review
Ordinance 923 - Tobacco Sales
Public Ways Operatior I
The General Election is Tuesday, November 4th, 2014
Absentee ballots can be picked up at the Ramsey County Auditor's Office and must be postmarked by Nov. 3rd. Polling hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Memorial Building. For more information call 662-7007.
Qualifications For Voting In North Dakota
North Dakota is the only state that does not have voter registration.
In order to vote in North Dakota, you must be:
ID Requirements For Voting
Acceptable forms of identification must include a street address. Post office boxes do not establish residency and CANNOT be accepted.
Acceptable forms of identification with residential addresses are:
Valid ND Driver's License
Valid ND Non-driver's Identification Card
Valid Tribal Government Issued Identification Card
Valid Student Identification Certificate (provided by ND college or university)
Valid Long-term Card Identification Certificate (provided by ND facility)
To let the City know about a pot hole that needs repair call (701) 662-7605 or email Myron Asleson.
Residential areas in the city are swept on a regular schedule, tickets will be issued if cars are on the street or avenue on street sweeping days. Move your car from your street or avenue between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Residential Street Sweeping Schedule
Please move your vehicle from the downtown streets and avenues between 2:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m., except Holidays and Sundays, to insure proper street cleaning and to avoid a parking ticket. Park your car in the appropriate lot on cleaning day. The lots are signed for days of cleaning.
Downtown Public Parking Lots.
Garbage Related Items
2014 Informational Calendar
Fall Clean Up Starts September 29th & Ends The Week Of October 20th
DISCLAIMER: The City of Devils Lake is not responsible for items which are inadvertently picked up during the Spring and Fall Clean Up. It is the home owner's responsibility to ensure that there is a clear definition between what they do and DO NOT want picked up. Any items that are set out anywhere near the items which they intend to have picked up could be mistakenly disposed of. The City WILL NOT be responsible for the replacement of any of those items.
City residents with a residential City account are allowed to put out up to 5 cubic yards of material (about 2 pickup loads) in the spring and the fall. Any amount exceeding 5 cubic yards will be picked up and billed to the homeowner according to the City's Resolution of Fees and Rates. To see what week we will be in your neighborhood review the Special Pickup Map below. All items must be put in the same place your regular garbage is picked up by 7:00 a.m. on Monday of the week your special pickup is scheduled (please make sure your garbage can is not right by the items to be picked up or your can may get picked up too). Place your items in an open area so the crew and trucks are able to easily access and load the items. Due to the volume of items placed out and the time involved in picking up these items, the City is NOT ABLE to come back for items that were not placed out in time for pickup.
Special Pickup Map
Special Pickup Acceptable/Non-Acceptable Items
News and Events
31st Annual DL Volunteer Fire Department Ice Fishing Tournament
Will be held on Saturday, January 31st, 2015. Click here to learn more.
Homestead Tax Credit - more elderly and disabled homeowners now qualify for Homestead Tax Credit. Read the press release
Safety and Prevention
Learn about Identity Theft, Sexual Assault, Methamphetamine, and Sex Offenders
Learn about Home Fire Safety, Holiday Safety, Weather Safety, Carbon Monoxide, Poison Prevention and more
Halloween Safety - Learn what to do to keep your children and your home safe
Call Before You Dig
Call North Dakota One Call at 1-800-795-0555 or
811 to make sure that you don't run into any underground utilities.
If you have any questions regarding the One Call procedure, or need information
before making the call, you may call the City Engineer's office at (701)
662-7600, ext. 226.