Permits & Licenses
The City can only issue a bingo license if the games are held in the City limits. Only non-profit organizations may apply for a license. There is a $20 license fee. Permit must be approved by the City Council.
All construction in the City limits require a building permit (example: roofing, siding, interior structural changes, etc.).
This permit is for dogs that are in city limits. Permits are issued for a one-year period and are valid from the issuance date. The fee is $10 per pet.
Garbage Haulers License:
In order to conduct refuse pickup for residential or commercial, a company must first obtain a Garbage Hauler’s license from the City of Breckenridge.
The City of Breckenridge currently licensed the following businesses:
Fraedrich Transport, Inc.
13635 SE 54 Street, Enderlin, ND 58027
T&G Sanitation, Inc.
PO Box 399, Hankinson, ND 58041
1016 South 11th Street, Wahpeton, ND 58075
The Breckenridge City Council must approve all liquor licenses in the City limits as well as getting the approval through the State of Minnesota. For more rules and regulations, please click on the following link: www.dps.state.mn.us. then go to apply for liquor license.
The Fees for various licenses are as follows:
On-Sale $2,000 per year
Off Sale $100 per year
Sunday $200 per year
Temporary $25 per license
Liquor Liability Insurance and proof of Workman’s Compensation Insurance is required for each site.
The City can only issue raffle permits if the drawing is held in the City limits. If tickets are sold for one day only at the event itself and winner must be present, no permit is needed. Only non-profit organizations may apply for a permit. There is a $25 fee for raffle permits. Permit must be approved by the City Council.
Special Vehicle Use Permit:
This permit is for motorized golf carts, utility task vehicles and all-terrain vehicles that are used on designated city streets. Permits are issued for a three-year period and are valid from the issuance date. The fee for golf carts is $40 and UTV and ATV is $25.
Temporary Sign Permit:
Permits for non permanent signs may be issued by the Zoning Administrator for special events, sales or construction, providing they comply with safety and aesthetic guidelines listed in this article and that they are removed promptly by the date specified by the permit.