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No. Current City of Chadron Ordinances only specify that dogs need to be licensed.
All dogs, six (6) months old or older, are required to have a City of Chadron Dog License. Below is some helpful information regarding City of Chadron Dog Licenses.
As of September 2019 the current City of Chadron Dog License fees are as follows:
January of each year, City of Chadron Dog Licenses will be available at the following rates:
NOTE: A thirty-day grace period is also allowed for anyone who acquires a new dog, moves into the area with a dog, or has a puppy that turns six (6) months old after February 1st of each year, allowing dog owners to purchase City of Chadron Dog Licenses at the above rates.
February 1st through December 31st of each year, City of Chadron Dog Licenses will be available at the following rates:
You can purchase a City of Chadron Dog license at your local veterinarian or at the Chadron Police Department. Please remember the following when considering your City of Chadron Dog License:
Advantages of purchasing a City of Chadron Dog License include:
Enclosure are required and a minimum of 20 feet from the side property line and in the rear yard.
No roosters or free roaming chickens.
To inquire about a permit, contact the Building/Zoning Official at (308) 432-0505
Licenses are issued on a calendar year basis, and renewable each April.
If you wish to inquire please call the building/zoning official (308) 432-0505 for further information.
15-45 second two-tone or "hi-lo" is a Rescue Call15-45 second rising and falling sound is a Fire Call3 minute continuous steady sound is a Tornado3 minute rising and falling sound is a Disaster
As a reminder the Westminster Chimes are sounded every day at 12:00 NOON.
• When you or someone else needs an ambulance
• Person calls 911 but is too frightened to speak due to the presence of a burglar or attacker in the home.
• To report a crime in progress such as a burglary or assault (fight)
• Child who does not know address calls 911 because mom or dad is ill
• Car accident involving injuries or lane blockage
• To report a fire
• If you or someone else is in immediate danger
REASONS NOT TO CALL 911
• To find out why the warning sirens are sounding
• To report a power outage. Instead call your local power company
• When you want to find out if someone has been arrested or is in jail
• When you are looking for general information or a phone number (City hall, local business.)
• When you are curious why there is a police officer or ambulance at the neighbor’s house
• To find out about weather or road conditions
• To find out about school/business closings
• For directions
• For a flat tire or if you run out of gas
• For stray dogs in the area
Friday/Saturday 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Closed on Sunday
Yes. With the deposit of $25.00
You can obtain a copy of your accident report resulting in less then $1000 in damages through the Chadron Police Department for $1.00. If the accident resulted in more than $1000 in damages you can obtain a copy of your accident report through the Chadron Police Department for $2.00 or you can get it through the Nebraska Department of Roads website.
You can come into the Chadron Police Department to retrieve a police report for $2.00. However, the Chief of Police will review and approve the report and remove any information he deems non-public before it will be released.
Wednesdays are used to collect the green dumpsters (grass and leaves) from April thru November. Holidays force us to shorten the collection interval or abandon the green dumpster collection.
For more information please call (308) 432-4245
For more information call (308) 432-4245
Call Customer Service at 877-275-6773 or go to the NPPD web site Click Here for website
Chadron Snow Removal Plan
No operations on City Holidays
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Residential deposits are $115.00
Commercial/Business deposits are 150% of highest bill for the last year for like use.
The deposit needs to be paid before service can be placed in your name.
There is a $35 service fee to reconnect during the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. and a $100 service fee to reconnect after hours.
Bills are sent out on the 25th day of the month. We do have the option of emailing your bill also. Please contact us if you are interested in going paperless. Payment is due on the 15th of the following month. On the 16th a $15.00 late charge is assessed. Disconnect notices are sent out around the 1st of the month stating the past due amount and when disconnect day is.
We are now able to take payments over the phone or online
To pay Phone:
Customers need to call 1-866-233-0912. You will need your account number and address.
There will be $1.25 fee to pay by phone.
You can also call to check their balance and there is no fee for that function.
To pay Online:
Customers can go to the Online Bill Pay Icon or click the following link. You will need to know your account number and your last amount paid to set this up online.
There is $1.25 fee to pay online.
You can also check your balance and past consumption at no fee.