Temporary Office Assistant
This position is a temporary part-time position working up to 20 hours per week with a end date of December 31, 2021. No weekend hours. Serves as the City of Norwood Young America’s first point of contact and performs a variety of secretarial and clerical tasks including: typing, filing, operating personal computer, entering data, answering phones, and transmitting messages, responding to inquiries, maintaining records, and assisting other departments as directed. Candidates must have a high school degree or equivalent and a valid driver’s license along with knowledge of office administration and office equipment. Strong communication and interpersonal skills, be courteous and professional; have the ability to multitask and maintain positive attitude under minimal direction. Pay range is $14.55-$18.17/hr., DOQ. Application deadline 4:00 p.m., Friday, September 3, 2021. Please stop at City Hall, 310 Elm Street West to pick up an application or click below. Please contact Angela at 952-467-1807 or email email@example.com with any questions.
Lifeguards and/or WSI Certified Lifeguards
The City of Norwood Young America is currently seeking Lifeguards and/or WSI Certified Lifeguards for the 2022 Summer Season. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. Applications are available at City Hall or printable below. Please contact Angela at 952-467-1807 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
For a Building and Zoning Permit
Building permits are required for a number of different residential and commercial improvement and construction projects. These permits require plan review by the Building Official and the fee is based on the value of the material and labor for the project.Learn More about Building & Zoning
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To Vote & Elections
The Carver County Taxpayer Services Department administers all federal, state and local elections within the county and reports election results, and the department oversees voter registration within Carver County. In that role our office works hard to encourage people to participate in our democratic process.
Next elections are: 2022
BECOME AN ELECTION JUDGE
Serve your community and promote the democratic process!
Election judges staff local polling places during the primary and general elections. You can earn money, meet your neighbors and help ensure that elections are administered in a fair manner.
For information on becoming an Election Judge, contact Karen at City Hall (952)467-1810.
The City of Norwood Young America’s polling location is at NYA City Hall Council Chambers at 310 West Elm Street, NYA. All voters must vote in the precinct where they legally reside.
You can also locate your precinct and polling location by using the MN Secretary of State’s precinct finder.
You must be registered in order to vote.
Visit mnvotes.org to view a sample ballot, search for candidate filings and more. The sample ballot shows a list of the candidates and ballot questions you’ll be voting on. Information is posted about 45 days before an election. A sample ballot is not available for all local elections. You may need to contact the local government (city, town or school district) holding the election.
ELECTION AND CAMPAIGN RULES
Any eligible person may become a candidate by filing an Affidavit of Candidacy form with the City Clerk at the NYA City Hall Office located at 310 West Elm Street, NYA. A fee of two ($2.00) dollars is to be paid at the time of filing.
Per State Statute, political signs can be any size or number. Be sure to place signs on private property (yards) and not in the public right-of-way (boulevards). Generally, public right-of-way begins at the street and extends a few feet beyond the sidewalk. If signs are placed on a corner lot, be sure not to place them so they obscure vision. All signs may be posted 46 days before the State Primary in a State General Election year and should be removed no later than 10 days following the State General Election.