City of Fairmont, Minnesota
Job Opening: Secretary/ReceptionistOpening Date: February 20, 2017Closing Date: March 15, 2017The City of Fairmont is seeking a Secretary/Receptionist in its Community Development Division. This person will be the primary Secretary/Receptionist to Community Development, Engineering and City Clerk. Minimum qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent; 5 years of prior experience as a secretary or receptionist; must be able to type 75-80 CWPM and be proficient in Microsoft software package. 2-year degree preferred.For additional information and application requirements, please select the link below. ... See MoreSee Less
As a reminder, Fairmont City offices will be closed on Monday, February 20, 2017. We will reopen for business on Tuesday, February 21, 2017. ... See MoreSee Less
Fairmont City Offices will be closed on Monday, February 20, 2017 in observance of President's Day.
Let us be thankful for our great leaders this President's Day.
Thinking about joining Doxo, or a similar bill payment organization, to manage your monthly statements to make life easier - all monthly statements in one location with only one password to recall? You may want to think again.......The customer makes their monthly payments to Doxo, which seems convenient, right? Not exactly.......... Customers think they have paid their bill on time, but in reality, utility services may be shut off and late charges incurred as the biller will NOT be notified of payment for up to two weeks. While this isn't a complete scam, this service is very misleading. Many people do not realize what is occurring until it is too late.The City of Fairmont does not have a business relationship with Doxo or any other similar service. Though signing up for bill payment services may be free, users are charged a fee to make their payment or face an even higher charge to expedite a payment. The City of Fairmont does not recommend this service. Should you have any questions, please contact Fairmont City Hall directly at 507-238-9461. Please check out the full article regarding the Doxo Bill Payment Service from Neon link, the provider the City of Fairmont uilitizes for our on-line utility billing and payment platform. ttps://www.neonlink.com/scams/doxo-bill-payment-service ... See MoreSee Less
Doxo bill payment service – Neonlink
Interface with any utility billing software to generate electronic utility billing statements. One-step process for utility consumer to pay his bill when he is notified via email, text message, or mob...
We have covered when a person needs a building permit and the importance of obtaining one. So, how does a person get one?Building permits can be obtained from the Building Department, second floor of Fairmont City Hall, 100 Downtown Plaza, Fairmont, MN anytime between 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Mondays through Fridays.The Building Department offers services that provide minimum standards to safeguard life, health, property and public welfare by being responsible for the application and enforcement of the Minnesota State Building Code and related City Ordinances regulating construction, alterations, and the use of building within the City. It takes everyone in the community to keep homes, schools, offices, stores and other buildings safe for personal and public use. Your safe construction practices help protect your, your family, your friends and your investment. Be sure to get the City of Fairmont Building Officials involved with your project, because we are on your side. ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday, we covered why a building permit is a good thing. But, do you really need one for your upcoming project?Absolutely! A building or structure cannot be erected, constructed, enlarged, altered, repaired, moved, improved, removed, converted or demolished unless a building permit has been obtained from the City. Applications for building permits are available at City Hall and on the website. Permits identify the work to be covered, the land on which the proposed work is to be done and the use for which the proposed work is intended. Applications should be accompanied by a site plan and a scaled, detailed drawing of the proposed project. If you do not have a survey of your lot, there is a good change the City does. Working with a lot survey is the best way to present a site plan. The Building Department will review the application and issue a permit if the work described conforms to the Minnesota State Building Code and other pertinent laws and ordinances. Permit fees are based on the City’s adopted fee schedule. Every permit is valid as long as the work continues and is not suspended for 6 months. Tomorrow: Where do I get a permit and assistance with my building project to ensure it follows code? ... See MoreSee Less
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