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Yes, a food license is required when offering food to the public. For more information, contact Bismarck’s Environmental Health Division at 701-355-3400.
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City ordinance 3-03-02.10 allows homeowners to have no more than three dogs and/or cats or combination thereof, six months of age or older. A special pet license with Bismarck’s Environmental Health Division is required if you wish to have more.
Bismarck zoning ordinance prohibits abandoned or unlicensed vehicles from storage outside of a closed building in any residentially zoned district. If you need to report an abandoned vehicle or unlicensed vehicle, click here: Nuisance Complaint
Section 14-05-05.1 of Bismarck zoning ordinance states: No person shall cause, permit, keep, accumulate or allow the accumulation of any commercial equipment, junk, refuse, surplus, scrap, salvage or other similar items outside of a closed building in any residentially-zoned district.
If you need to report junk stored outdoors, click here: Nuisance Complaint
The North Dakota Department of Health administers guidelines and regulations involving the handling and disposal of asbestos-containing materials. In many instances, a "Notification of Demolition or Renovation" form must be completed.