What information should businesses and workers know?

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  • If you are experiencing personal hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic, please contact the resources at Stearns County
  • If you are experiencing business hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic, please contact these COVID-19 Business Resources and call Economic Development Department at 320-650-3111.

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1. Are there any changes to refuse and recycle collection?
2. Are the parking meters in downtown still being enforced?
3. Can I flush toilet paper replacement products or disinfectant wipes?
4. Can I still go to a park?
5. How can I buy a Compost Permit?
6. How can I buy a Fire Burning Permit?
7. How can I get green refuse bags?
8. How can I pay my bill?
9. How long is my quarterly downtown parking pass good for?
10. I have sewer odor within my home, what do I do?
11. Is my water at risk of being turned off for non-payment?
12. Is my water safe to drink?
13. Is the city still doing Building Safety inspections?
14. Is the Compost Site still open?
15. I recently received a letter from Ferguson Waterworks. Do I still need to schedule a water meter replacement?
16. I recently received my special assessment bills, how can I pay them?
17. What are acceptable and non-acceptable items for a Special Pick-Up?
18. What are current scams for COVID-19?
19. What information should businesses and workers know?
20. What is my sewer responsibility?
21. When should I renew my liquor license?
22. When and how will my Stimulus Check arrive?
23. Where can I learn more information about the Coronavirus (COVID-19)?
24. Why are you cleaning sewers right now, is that essential?