01-13-2020 and 2019 Carver County Year End Sheriffs Report for NYA
03-18-2020 Emergency City Council Meeting
05-11-2020 & Exibit 7.3
05-26-2020 Work Session
05-26-2020 COVID-19 Presentation
05-26-2020 Council Mtg
06-08-2020 Council Packet, WCCP Handbook, 2019 Financial Audit Report, Street and Utility Reconstruction Projects Scoping Study, Seal Coating Schedule, May 2020 Sheriff Report
06-15-2020 & Exhibits
8-14-2019 Joint Meeting Agenda
10-9-2019 Joint Mtg Agenda
2-27-2017 Video 1,Video 2
3-13-2017 Video 1,Video 2
3-27-2017 Video 1,Video 2
9-25-2017 Video 1, Video 2
Parks & Recreation Commission
Economic Development Commission
The Norwood Young America Comprehensive Plan addresses the topics of land use, housing, transportation, parks and more. This document helps shape how the community will grow and change over the next 20 years. Every city and county (including Carver County) in the metropolitan area is required by State law to update their comprehensive plan every 10 years. The current Norwood Young America Comprehensive Plan was adopted in 2008. The comprehensive plan provides guidance to elected officials, City staff, developers, and other community stakeholders to ensure progress towards a common vision.
The City of Norwood Young America consults the plan when:
- A developer proposes a new housing subdivision.
- Rebuilding a street or constructing a sidewalk/trail.
- Maintaining and investing in our park system.
- Designing programs and strategies for housing and business growth.
- 2008 Comprehensive Plan
- 2019 Surface Water Management Plan
5 Year Financial Plan
Drinking Water Report
NYATV Cable Access Channel
Licensing & Permits
Rental Dwelling License
The City of Norwood Young America requires licensing of all residential dwellings utilized for rental purposes. A rental dwelling is defined as “a building wholly or partly used or intended to be used for living, sleeping, cooking or eating purposes by human occupants; not including hotels and motels, rest homes, convalescent homes or nursing homes.”
Rental License Period
A rental license is valid for only the three-year licensing period, or portion thereof, in which it is issued unless otherwise stated in City Code. Upon expiration of that license it will be necessary to relicense the property in order to continue to utilize it as a rental dwelling.
Rental License Regulations
Section 350 of the Norwood Young America City Code regulates rental properties. A full copy of the rental licensing requirements can be obtained by clicking below:
Rental License Forms
CLICK HERE to obtain a Rental License application. Submit the completed application along with the required application fee and tenant contact information, to City Hall. Once you have submitted the application, call the City’s Building Official, Metro West Inspections, at 763-479-1720 to schedule a rental inspection of your property.
Upon successful completion of the rental inspection a license will be mailed to the owner’s address listed on the application. The license fee paid at the time of application covers up to TWO inspections on the property. Any inspections beyond that are charged at $45.00 per inspection.
Types of permits
- General permits are required for such projects as residential re-roofing, re-siding, same size window replacements, and signs that don’t require footing installation. These permits can be issued same day, over-the-counter, with a $61.00 permit fee. However, please check with the City to see if any additional information will be required.
- 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. Depending on the complexity of the plan review, building permits generally take 7-10 days for processing.
A building permit is required for projects including, but not limited to:
- Any type of commercial work
- New construction
- Home alterations
- Finish basement
- Storage sheds over 200 square feet
- Masonary fireplace
- Signs that require footings
- Moved-In Structures
- Mechanical and Plumbing
If you are unsure whether or not the work you will be performing will require a permit, please contact the Building Official at Metro West Inspection Services at 763/479-1720. Some permits require an inspection
CLICK HERE for a Building Permit or stop by City Hall. The type of project will determine what needs to be submitted along with the application. It is easiest to call the Building Officials Office directly and provide them with a scope of work to determine what materials will be required.
The City contracts with Metro West Inspection Services. To schedule an inspection, please call their office at 763-479-1720. The office is open Monday-Friday, 7:00 am to 4:30 pm. Please give 24 hours notice to the Building Official for inspections. Building permits are valid for six (6) months, from the date on which they were issued. All permits require at least one inspection.
ATV / Golf Cart Permit
Residents can apply for an ATV / Golf Cart Permit to operate on city streets. It is an annual permit starting on January 1 and ending on December 31. The fee is $10.00. Along with the application & fee we will need a copy of your drivers license and proof of insurance. Please refer to Section 750 of the City Code for more information.
Pet owners are required to renew animal licenses annually. In order to renew a license, pet owners must have proof that the animal has received all of the necessary shots. Cats and dogs must be at least 6 months old before a license will be issued. A fee of $5.00 will be assessed for each pet license annually. Any owner whose pet is caught without a license will be fined the following fees:
$50.00 Pickup charge
$50.00 Unlicensed fee
$5.00 Animal License
Animal running at large fee (based on number of offenses)
Impound fees (based on vet fees)
Backyard Chicken Permit
Residents can apply for a Backyard Chicken Permit. The permit is biennial permit at a cost of $50.00. Please review Section 550.03 of the City Code for more information. CLICK HERE for an application.
On-Site Parking Permit
Chapter 7, Section 720, restricts the number of vehicles that can be parked outside on a residential property to four. There is a permit that can be applied for to increase the number of vehicles to six. Residents can apply for a permit annually; the permit at a cost is $10.00 per additional vehicle. CLICK HERE for an application.
Solicitor, Peddler, Transient Merchant Permit
Except as otherwise provided for by this Section, no person shall conduct business as a solicitor, peddler, or a transient merchant without first having obtained a license from the City. Application for a City license to conduct business as a solicitor, peddler, or transient merchant shall be made at least three (3) regular business days prior to the closest regularly scheduled council meeting before the applicant desires to begin conducting business. CLICK HERE for an application.