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A dog or cat over the age of 6 months needs a yearly pet license. The dog or cat need to be current on rabies vaccinations and proof from the vet needs to be shown at the time of obtaining a license. Licenses are $7.50 per dog or cat and can be purchased at the Police Department.
We work with Minnesota Critter Getter for animal control needs.
The Permit to purchase or transfer a firearm can be found here.
In general, a public nuisance:
Our full nuisance code is available here.
For detailed information on parking regulations, click here.
The City accepts responsibility for damages to mailboxes if the mailbox location and construction complies with recommended City standards and the damage is by physically being struck by a plow blade, wing, or other piece of equipment. Please note: damage caused by snow hitting the mailbox is not covered.
To have your mailbox repaired or replaced, please fill out our Mailbox Damage Application and remit to City Hall.
As a general rule you can assume a snow emergency will be declared following or during a snow occurrence of 2 or more inches. The announcement will be made the on City's website, Facebook page, Le Sueur County News, and KCHK radio.
T.J. Heinricy the Park Supervisor at 507-593-8378.
Property owners are responsible for maintenance of all water piping from the city’s main (including the connection) to the house or business and including all piping in the building. Property owners are responsible for the maintenance of the curb stop valve and the valve before the meter.
The City of Le Sueur is responsible for the maintenance of the water meter. If the water meter is not working properly, or if you suspect there is a problem with your water meter please call the water utility department at 507-665-9941 to schedule a repair visit.
The most likely sources of lead in water are lead solder or brass fixtures in your home’s plumbing and/or your service line. The City of Le Sueur’s water mains are constructed mainly of cast iron and ductile iron with no soldered joints.
The City of Le Sueur provides drinking water to its residents from a groundwater source. Two wells from the Jordan aquifer at 274 and 280 feet, one multi aquifer from the Jordan, Fronconia, Ironton, and Galesville aquifer at 660 feet, and one from the Mount Simon aquifer at 690 feet.