The hands-free bill was signed by Gov. Tim Walz on April 12, 2019, and becomes law on Aug. 1, 2019.
Hands-Free Minnesota Law
Kandiyohi County Parks SurveyThe purpose of the survey is for citizens to provide comments on Kandiyohi County’s Parks. Your answers will remain confidential and will aid in the development of the Kandiyohi County Parks Plan, which is currently being developed. The survey will only be administered online and is available until July 7, 2019. read more
Larry Kleindl Receives 'Joe Ries Award For Excellence In County Management'
Kandiyohi County Administrator Larry Kleindl received the "Joe Ries Excellence in County Management Award" from Minnesota Association of County Administrators (MACA)read more
Kandiyohi County, doing it for you
You don’t really think about it because you don’t have to. After a snowstorm the roads are cleared so you can get your kids to school safely, if there is an accident you call 911 to summons help quickly, you don’t think about it because it’s your county, Kandiyohi County, doing it for you. Every day in our community, county government is hard at work providing the quality of life services that makes our county an outstanding place to live and raise a family.read more
One Watershed - One Plan
The North Fork Crow River Water Planning Partnership, on behalf of the members, is pleased to present the North Fork Crow River One Watershed, One Plan for 60-day review. Plans developed through One Watershed, One Plan will build off existing local water management plans and priorities, existing and new studies and data, Watershed Restoration and Protection Strategies (WRAPS) and other related plans from state agencies.
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