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Yes, Cross country ski's are available to rent from the City Services Department. Visit our office within the Memorial Building. Adult and Youth ski's are available for rent per day or for a weekend.
You may purchase a cross country ski trail pass online on the City Services webpage or in-person at the City Services office within the Memorial Building.
You may check shelter availability, reserve, and purchase a shelter reservation online on the City Services webpage or in-person at the City Services office within the Memorial Building.
You may check building availability, reserve, and purchase a a room or ice time online on the City Services webpage or in-person at the City Services office within the Memorial Building.
The Hull Rust Mine View is open seasonally from May through September. Visit the Mine View webpage for more information and news.
All birth and death certificates are handled at the St. Louis County Courthouse (218) 262-0100
No, currently only dogs need to be licensed.
Bus passes can be purchased in the Clerk's Office at City Hall, Walmart, SuperOne, or the Lees Center.
The Driver's Office located on the 1st floor of city hall is a leased space, not a city function. They can be reached at drive.mn.gov or by calling (651) 284-1000.
You can register to vote online by going to mnvotes.org
To license your dog, you will need to bring a copy of your dog's current vaccination record to the City Clerk's office to prove current rabies vaccination status. A citizen may purchase at 1, 2, or 3 year license for their dog and the price is $7.00/year if neutered or spayed and $10.00/year if intact.
We have a smoke alarm installation program through the American Red Cross "Ring the Alarm" that will not only provide free smoke alarms but we will also install them in your home. Visit our Fire Department webpage to find out more or to apply for free smoke alarm installation.
You can request a station visit by filling out the request a tour form on the Fire Department webpage.
Hibbing Public Utilities owns and maintains the public fire hydrants. You can report a leaking hydrant by calling the HPU main office during business hours. For after business hours call 111-111-1111.
We do not dispose of fire extinguishers or service them. You can get them recharged/serviced at a fire protection company such as LVC in Hibbing or you can dispose of them at the Hibbing Transfer Station - Household Hazardous Materials located at 3994 Landfill Road, Hibbing, MN.
Contact a Post Advisor and join us for a Welcome Night. You can find this event in the Event Calendar posted on the Explorers page.
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until you are 20 years old.
That's okay! We do not expect firefighting to be for everyone. That is the purpose of this program, to try out a career without being committed to it financially or a length of time. If you do not want to continue you can just simply opt out by contacting one of the 3 advisors.
Yes, there is a small application fee as this is a sub group of the Boyscouts of America in which members are insured under BOA during events and trainings.
Once your application is submitted, it will be forwarded for review to the hiring manager. If you are selected for an interview, you will be contacted for testing dates and times.
For questions regarding the application or hiring process, please contact Human Resources at 218-312-1574.
This test consists of a series of physical tasks, such as climbing stairs, carrying tools or raising ladders, which closely approximates physical tasks routinely performed by firefighters on the job. Most tasks are timed. Applicants are advised to prepare for the agility test for purposes of safety as well as to enhance their chance for a higher score.
With adequate preparation, the average healthy, fit individual should be able to complete the test safely and satisfactorily. During testing, all procedures will be explained in detail and demonstrated if necessary.
CPAT screening procedures meet the following criteria:
You can view a video of the CPAT test here.
All City of Hibbing job postings are listed on our website at https://www.hibbingmn.gov/Jobs.aspx..
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Employment applications can be submitted online; or can be downloaded and submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org; or by mail or in person to the City of Hibbing Human Resources Department at 401 East 21st Street, Hibbing, MN 55746. Visit the City of Hibbing Employment Page for more information.
Whether you have a DAMA Box or an old version Knox Box, you will need to follow the same instructions for purchasing a new Knox Box. If you already have a Knox Box, use your existing Knox Box customer account. If you currently have a DAMA Box, you will need to create a New Customer Account for Knox Box.
Simply call or email the Fire Marshal to set up a time to access the Knox Box and update the keys.
The following Keys are required if applicable to your building.
The Hibbing Fire Department will not access a key box to unlock a property for someone whom may have forgotten their keys to their building. Keys will only be accessed for emergencies, key updates, or owner approved training or inspection.
The Fire Department is the only Entity who has access to the Knox Box. The key we have is locked in our own lock box and is checked daily to ensure that the key is secure and present. We do not use the key system to access buildings for anything other than an emergency situation.
Both Boxes are a "lock box system", however, DAMA no longer exists. We have switched to Knox Box use only. Knox Boxes are equipped with more reliable locking mechanisms, security, and provide more space for keys inside the box.
Knox Boxes are typically black and larger in size.
DAMA Boxes are red, small and have an FD logo on them.
Should a commercial building in Hibbing fail to be equipped with such key box, the forcible entry policy shall be implemented. The Fire department shall give a responding key holder ten (10) minutes to arrive unless exigent circumstance require earlier implementation of forcible entry.
The key boxes will be accesses only under exigent circumstances where access to the building is required for medical, fire, or other such emergency. At no time shall an employee access the keys in a key box unless under exigence without the owners written permission or presence.
There are over 400 commercial buildings and 100 residential buildings that require access for emergencies. There is no way for us to effectively manage and search for multiple codes, keys or other access information when we are responding to an emergency. This would cause chaos, prolonged, and unsafe emergency response.
Depending on your needs and building type (residential vs commercial) Boxes can cost anywhere from $200-$1,000 each. The wide range in price will depend on if you want your Box to tie into your building's security system, size and other custom options.
Remember, these boxes will last upward 50 years. That's only $4 per year for a low end Knox Box. Replacing a new Exterior door is on average $1,000-$3,000, making a Knox Box purchase a much cheaper option than replacing doors that were forcibly entered.
The following are of particular interest to the library:
All books should be in good condition. We will not accept books with torn pages or covers that have notes or highlighting on the pages. We will not accept books that are damaged or mildewed.
The library will NOT accept the following:
Fill out the Obituaries / Newspaper Request Form (PDF), print it out and mail the form and your check for $10 to the address on the bottom of the page. Library staff will search for one individual or one event per request and will copy up to 5 pages. We can also email files to an email address.
Do NOT bring stray animals inside your house. This can harm the animal, people in the home, and your animals. Strays can harbor diseases, rabies, and parasites.
If you have found a stray cat or dog, please contact Animal Control by completing this form. If the animal is in your possession, please call us at 218-421-7155.
Animal Control can only retrieve cats and dogs.
All stray animals are brought to Range Regional Animal Rescue.
Contact a local shelter to see about surrendering your animal. Animal Control cannot take your animal.
Contact your local Veterinarian. If it's after hours, contact Blue Pearl Pet Hospital.
In Hibbing, cats are not allowed to roam free outside. Cats reproduce quickly and can easily become hard to control. Like any animal, they can harbor diseases, parasites, and rabies. Cats can also be destructive to homes when they are looking for a place to nest. For pet owners, it is also very dangerous for the cat. Click here to learn more. For some great alternative ideas, click here.
To appeal a blight ticket, call 218-421-7155 within 7 days of issuance to schedule a hearing with a hearing officer.
Hibbing Police Officers and PBA Technicians will tow a vehicle if it:
A blight notification is sent to property owners within the urban PBA enforcement area informing them that they have either abandoned property or abandoned vehicles that need to be removed or remedied. View our Blight ordinance for more information.
Please submit this form to have a PBA Technician investigate the property. Photos are required to submit a valid report.
Our PBA and Code Enforcement Technicians must follow a legal process to clean blight properties. This takes time and resources. After the blight notice, 14 days to remedy, and any extensions that may have been granted, the PBA can then schedule a clean-up. Factors that can delay clean up include but are not limited to; legal issues, Public Works or Contractor scheduling conflicts, weather, etc. We may also postpone a clean-up if the property owner has started to clean the property.
As instructed by our Blight Ordinance, our enforcement procedure is as follows:
Please fill and submit this Form to let the PBAs know. We will then inspect the property and contact you if further action is needed.
Visit our Citizen Connect page, and search for your ticket with your license plate number.
Per our City Ordinances, Calendar/Alternate Parking is when you can only park on one side of the street based on the calendar date. Calendar parking applies to all public streets within the Hibbing urban zone. To see what streets are exempt from calendar parking, click here. Calendar parking is enforced year-round from 6pm to 6pm. For example: On odd days, before 6pm, you park on the side of the street that has odd house numbers. After 6pm you would park on the even side of the street because the next calendar day is even.
Please fill out this form. If the parking violation is causing hazardous conditions, please call 911.
As noted on the bottom of your parking ticket, if payment is not received within 7 days, an additional $5.00 charge will be assessed. A $40.00 additional penalty will be added if you fail to pay within 28 days of issue date. If payment is not received within 60 days, the total amount due will be sent to a collection agency.
Your ticket will list your violation. Look below the violation for any added notes that may describe why you received it. If you are unsure what the violation means, please view our Parking Enforcement page and click on the violation you received to bring you to the ordinance that describes the violation.
To appeal a parking ticket, please visit our Citizen Connect page with your ticket number or license plate number. Click under the original fine amount and follow the prompts.
It is unlawful for any person to stop, park or leave standing any vehicle upon any street for a continuous period in excess of twenty-four (24) hours. This includes boats, trailers, campers, and ATVs.
Parking tickets can be paid online. If you wish to contest the ticket, directions are on the backside.
Visit our parking Parking Enforcement Page.
Please visit out Blight Enforcement Page.
Please visit our Animal Control Page.