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Three Rivers District Health Department also provides this service. They can be reached at 402-727-5396 and are located at 2400 North Lincoln Street in Fremont.
If you cannot find what you are looking for, please feel free to contact us at the Fire Station, 402/727-2688. Click to go to Fire Regulations...
All sales of prepared food and beverage as defined in Ordinance 5604.
October 1, 2015, revised in July 1, 2016 with a new rate effective April 1, 2022.
1.75% of the gross receipt. Effective July 1, 2016, the rate is 1.25%. Effective April 1, 2022, the rate is 1.00%.
Information can be accessed on our website at http://www.fremontne.gov/DocumentCenter/View/798 which has the tax return forms and the ordinance that enacted the occupation tax. If you have other questions you can collect Dan Goebel at email@example.com or 402-727-2626.
Other businesses subject to the Ordinance and those businesses listed above, are subject to the following penalty: - City Attorney may file civil action seeking injunctive relief forcing compliance with the Ordinance.
• A contractor can obtain the permit for the work; but it is the property owner’s responsibility to be certain that all construction has a permit. • Even if you are performing the work yourself, the permit fee is based upon the cost of materials and labor. The amount for labor is determined by taking half the cost of the materials. This will give you the total cost of the job relating to your permit fee.
• All fences, sheds and signs require a permit regardless of the cost.
The cost varies depending on the type of project, but it is not prohibitive.
* We recently made a change to how our catalog works. If you set up a new user name and password prior to May 28, 2008, those user names and passwords will no longer work. You only need your library card number and PIN to access your account information. Click Here to Access the Online Catalog
You can also join Library Elf, an Internet-based tool for keeping track of what's due, overdue and ready for pickup. Users can keep track of one or more library accounts in one place and receive reminders (sometimes called pre-overdue or early notification). Reminders are sent when the user wants it -- before items are due (up to seven days advance notice, weekly notice or everyday reminders). For families or anyone who'd like reminders before an item is due (user-selectable number of days notice).Elf is independently run and not affiliated with Keene Memorial Library (or any other school/library).
For more information or to sign up for Library Elf, click the link below.If you have difficulty getting signed up for Elf, please send us a quick email at TechSupport@keene.lib.ne.us and we'll give you a hand. [More info about Elf...]
Fremont residents already support the library through their property taxes.Non-residents can select from one of four types of cards:3 months: $156 months: $2012 months: $35
OverDrive Checkout - 7 daysOverDrive (downloadable audiobook) titles you checked out prior to Monday, June 16 will automatically return themselves at the end of two weeks (14 days); any titles checked out on or after Monday, June 16 will automatically return themselves after one week (7 days).
Exceptions:New books can not be renewed and are due in two weeks. Items that are on hold for another person can not be renewed.OverDrive audio books can not be renewed.
Picnic shelters at Clemmons, Barnard, John C. Fremont, Johnson, Ronin, Miller and Davenport are available to be reserved daily. The cost is $25 for the day. Call 727-2630 or reserve online at https://www.activityreg.com/ClientPage_t1.wcs?clientid=FREMONT&siteid=1.
Fremont Police Department performs fingerprinting on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. by appointment only. Please call 402-727-2664, extension 253, to schedule your appointment. Masks are required
There is a $15.00 fee for the service. The fee is to be paid on the 2nd floor - Records Department - at the time of fingerprinting (cash or check only).
Please call 402.727.2630 for more information. Financial assistance has been available for several years.
If you are 19 or older, bring a current government issued photo ID and $35 to the business office at 400 E. Military between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. to fill out an application. A deposit may be required. Please allow 24 hours for connection.
Come to 400 E. Military and sign a termination card for your old address. If your new address is within our service area, fill out an application for your new address. At that time, pay the $35 service fee and any delinquent balance on your current bill. Any amount currently due will be transferred to the bill for your new address.
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