The Town Hall is open on Wednesdays from 9am-noon (excluding holidays). If you wish to stop by the office at a specific time, or outside of business hours, advanced notice is appreciated. Please call 763-263-6411 or email the clerk.
The Board will meet for Regular meetings on the FOURTH WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH @ 7:00PM. The November meeting will be on November 30.
NOTE - Should you wish to be placed on a future agenda, contact the Township Clerk no later than TEN (10) DAYS prior to the meeting, at which you wish to address the Township Board.
Meetings are held at the Orrock Town Hall - unless otherwise noted.
Map to Town Hall 26401 180th St. NW Big Lake, MN 55309 PH: 763-263-6411
NEXT REGULAR MEETING DATE: August 24, 2022 7PM - Board Meeting
August 24, 2022 - Town Board Meeting
September 28, 2022 - Town Board Meeting
October 26, 2022 - Town Board Meeting
November 30, 2022 - Town Board Meeting
December 28, 2022 - Town Board Meeting
January 25, 2022 - Town Board Meeting
It is the policy of Orrock Township that the standard construction for supporting mailboxes is the swing-away mailbox support. If your mailbox is put in according to township standards and damaged during township maintenance activities, it may be repaired/replaced as needed by contacting the township.
SwingSafe Mailbox supports are available for purchase from the township. The price is $107 and does not include the mailbox.
What is Adopt a Storm Drain?
Everything that enters our storm drains gets transported to our waterways! This includes pollutants such as garbage, grass clippings, leaves, salt and oil. These types of pollutants can harm fish and wildlife populations, kill native vegetation, foul drinking water supplies, and make recreational areas unsafe and unpleasant. The program asks volunteers to clear their adopted storm drains and the surrounding area on a regular basis. Report what you collected and the amount so we can monitor the overall effects the program is having. Adopt A Storm Drain Today!
Sherburne County’s park system consists of four natural-resource based parks and one future park, and one corridor trail. The County is in the beginning stages of developing a plan for the next 10-20 years of its Parks and Recreation System. The planning process will run through December 2022, and will include several opportunities for community engagement. The County is interested in hearing about your experiences with the park system, identifying where there are issues and concerns today, and understanding what desires people have for future investments. Visit the project page to stay up to date on the Parks and Recreation System Plan and participate in engagement, including a Social Pinpoint map where you can map likes, concerns, or ideas for various parks and see what others are saying. A questionnaire on park use and preferences is also available to fill out.
The Minnesota Secretary of State's office announced a new Minnesota Election Facts webpage to ensure Minnesotans continue to have faith and confidence in our elections. The webpage includes a Fact and Fiction section that counteracts common rumors and misinformation about voting and elections in Minnesota. Additionally, the page features a step-by-step narrative of the elections process, which will provide Minnesotans with a greater understanding of the robust laws, rules, policies, and procedures that ensure Minnesota’s elections are fair, accurate, and secure. Visit and share http://mnvotes.gov/facts
The four public compost sites located in Sherburne County are now gated and locked and require all users to obtain a key-card to access each site. All residents of Sherburne County are eligible to obtain a free key-card.
You may pick up your free key-card at one of the following locations:
Becker City Hall
Big Lake City Hall
Elk River City Hall
Elk River Maintenance Facility
Zimmerman City Hall
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- Orrock Town Board