Lyon County Jail Roster
Minnesota Statewide Resources
Lyon County Jail Roster
Minnesota Statewide Resources
You can find a tax statement for a parcel by using our online tax database and/or can also pay by credit or debit card.
1) Open http://cpuimei.com/tax/disclaimer_value.asp?cid=42
2) Agree to the disclaimer.
3) Type in name, address, or parcel number as the example shows. You can use an asterisk (*) as a wildcard.
4) Two records for each parcel should appear. Click on the record that has Tax for the current year.
To view a tax statement, after 1-4 above -- On the top right corner of the screen click the button to view the tax statement for either the previous or current tax year. Print or save, if so desired.
To pay by credit or debit card, after 1-4 above -- Near the middle of the screen click the button to Pay by Credit Card and complete form. (The vendor charges a convenience fee of 2.49%.) You are able to add additional parcels to the shopping cart and can choose an amount to pay.
Weather conditions can occasionally effect landfill operations, especially in the case of high winds; which can result in litter nuisance problems for adjacent landowners, and can increase the operational costs of the landfill. For this reason, the Lyon County Regional Landfill has a closure policy for litter control. Please contact the Lyon County Environmental Administrator for more information on this policy. If current conditions are not visible, please call the landfill at (507) 865-4615 during normal operation hours for more information.
Lyon County E9-1-1 Contact Information:
|E9-1-1 Contact:||Mark Volz|
|Address:||Lyon County GIS Department
504 Fairgrounds Rd
Marshall, MN 56258
New E9-1-1 Address Sign Requests: Lyon County uses GIS to assign and maintain rural addresses. Addresses are assigned using GIS tools that interpolate the address based on the driveway location along the road. Please complete the E-9-1-1 Address Work Request Form below and send it to the E9-1-1 Coordinator to get an E9-1-1 Address.
TWIN LAKES PARK
$15.00 all campground electrical sites
$10.00 primitive campground only (without electricity)
Park Lodge (Warming House) Rental: The Park Lodge can be rented throughout the year for $50.00 per day and a $75.00 damage deposit. Contact park staff to schedule rental of the building.
Shelter Rental: Shelters can be rented throughout the year for $25.00 per day. Contact park staff to schedule rental of the building.
Park Amenities and Facilities: Garvin Park has Shower Facilities in the lower campground. A Dump Station is also available in the lower campground. (Off Site Dumping for non-registered campers is $5.00). Garvin Park has plenty of recreation, and play space including a softball field, several sets of playground equipment, and disc golf.
Picnicking: In addition to camping facilities, Garvin Park has five (5) large picnic shelters, and numerous picnic tables spread throughout the park. Four (4) shelters have electricity. Twin Lakes park has one picnic shelter with electricity.
Trails: Garvin Park has about 3 miles of hiking trails, and a lookout tower (Merton's Lookout Tower) that overlooks the beautiful park. Horse riding trails run throughout the south part of the park, covering 6 miles.
Maps, Rental Rates, and Park Rules are available below.
Household Hazardous Wastes (HHW) include all paints, household cleaners and chemicals, pesticides, and flammable materials. If you have questions about potentially hazardous waste call (507) 532-8210. The Lyon County HHW Facility is located in the Lyon County Public Works Building, located at 504 Fairgrounds Road in Marshall. Please review the "HHW Disposal Guide"attachment below for how to properly dispose of hazardous wastes.
HOURS OF OPERATION:
Weekdays: 8:00am - 4:30pm
Second Saturday of the month: 9:00am - 2:00pm
HHW disposal is FREE for residents (not including fluorescent bulbs)
Latex & Oil-based paint
Stain, Varnish, Polyurethane
*** BUSINESS, SCHOOL, & GOVERNMENT ENTITIES ***
We MAY be able to accept waste from some entities, However,
you MUST CALL FIRST before bringing waste to our facility.
Fluorescent Light Bulb Disposal:
U-Shape, Circular, & CFL :$0.50
Residents and Businesses may bring in light bulbs.
WASTE NOT ACCEPTED AT THIS FACILITY
The following materials are not accepted at the HHW facility.
Motor Oil: Check with a local service station.
Explosives: Contact the Lyon County Sheriff Office at (507) 537-7666.
Prescriptions/Pharmaceutical Waste: Lyon County Sheriff's Department "Take it to the Box" program - (attachment below)
Sharps: Lyon County HHW does NOT accept sharps. For guidance, please review the "Sharps" attachment below
From Hwy 19 West of Marshall, turn on the road to the Lyon County Fairgrounds, which runs between the Marshall Golf Club, and Bud Rose flowers. Take this road to the Lyon County Public Works Building; second building on your right. There is a Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off area under the canopy on the north side of the building.
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or you may call us at (507)532-8218
About The Lyon County Plat Book
The Lyon County Plat Book is created using Geographic Information Systems, Land Records from the Lyon County Recorders office, the Tax Database from the Lyon County Auditor/Treasurer office, and other various land records from the Lyon County Assessors office. Update Schedule: Plat Books are updated on an annual basis.
Printed Plat Book: We have two printed versions of the platbook, one from the Lyon County GIS Department and one from County Wide Directory. They are available at the Auditor/Treasurer Office in the Lyon County Government Center and at the Public Works Building. Only one copy per customer please. Please note that we only have a limited quanity of platbooks avaliable for the public. Downloadable PDF Plat Book: Use the link below to download a PDF version of the platbook.
Salary Compliance Notice Chapter 156 of the Session Laws of 2005 [471.701] [SALARY DATA.]: A city or county with a population of more than 15,000 must annually notify its residents of the positions and base salaries of its three highest-paid employees. This notice may be provided on the homepage of the primary Web site maintained by the political subdivision for a period of not less than 90 consecutive days, in a publication of the political subdivision that is distributed to all residents in the political subdivision, or as part of the annual notice of proposed property taxes prepared under section 275.065. The following 2017 information is provided pursuant to this statute:
County Attorney $121,888
County Administrator $112,260
County Sheriff $108,820