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Monticello Animal Control
203 Chelsea RoadMonticello, MN 55362612-859-6989
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Yes. Downtown parking is prohibited between the hours of 2:00 - 6:00 a.m. The restrictions are on Main Street between Parrish Avenue and 717 Main Street (south side) and 708 Main Street (north side) and on the western side of Jackson Avenue between Highway 10 and Main Street. Additionally, no vehicle may be parked on the eastern side of Jackson Avenue at any time.
There is parking available in the King Avenue lot and the lower lot by the Mississippi River where residents can park. During a Snow Event, there are 26 parking spaces designated for overnight parking in the northern section of the King Avenue lot and 23 parking spaces in the lower lot (nearest to the Mississippi River) below businesses like Blue Egg Bakery, Occasional Fling Boutique, and Daddy-O's. Click here to view a map of available parking.
Public safety requires the rapid and efficient removal of snow or ice from city streets, public highways or other thoroughfares. No person shall stop, stand, or park any vehicle or permit it to stand on any street in the city when, within the preceding 24 hours, falling or blowing snow or a combination of falling and blowing snow has accumulated to a depth of 1.5 or more inches of snow at street level anywhere within that block, or when 1.5 or more inches of snow has been predicted within the next 24 hours as determined by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Provided, however, that parking shall be permitted within any block of any public street where not otherwise prohibited whenever the entire length of roadway of such block has been cleared of snow from curb to curb, or in the case of streets without curbs, between the outer edges of the shoulders of such streets
Yes, however there are restrictions. Click here to see a map regarding snowmobiles. Click here to see a map regarding ATVs. Please refer to the city ordinance for more information.
No, the City of Elk River no longer requires pet licensing.
Contact the Elk River Police Department at 763-635-1200.
The Elk River Police Department does not accept these animals. Check the internet or yellow pages for pest control.
September 2020 - In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the city’s ongoing efforts to best ensure the health and safety of residents and staff, the Elk River Police Department is not conducting station tours at this time.