Public Flood & Severe Weather Information Meeting on Tuesday, October 28th at 7 pm (CT) at the Beulah Civic Center!

Mercer County and the City of Beulah did not qualify for FEMA Public Assistance, so there will be a Public Flood & Severe Weather Information Meeting on Tuesday, October 28th at 7pm (CT) at the Beulah Civic Center, to discuss and inform residents what they can do, to better protect themselves. This Meeting will discuss a large range of topics to include high water tables, seepage in basements, flood insurance, an update on City of Beulah sewer & drainage systems and the winter outlook for 2015. Everyone is welcome!

City of Beulah, ND States Sewer Usage Back to Normal on October 7th, 2014!

The Beulah City sewer system is now back to normal usage as of October 7th, 2014. Thank you for your patience and cooperation.

City of Beulah is requesting Residents North of 7 Street North to Limit Sewer Usage Until Further Notice!

Due to a lift station going down, the City of Beulah is requesting all residents that live between 7th Street North & 22nd Street North, including the Gateway Addition, to limit their sewer usage until further notice. Please note, drinking water is good to use.

Be Advised of Phone Scam in Mercer County, ND on September 12, 2014!

Be advised we have received reports of a scam in which Mercer County Sheriff’s Department is being used in a phone call in an attempt to obtain money from individuals. The caller has identified himself as “LT. Brad Burns” and informs the recipient that they have failed to appear in court and that warrants have been issued for their arrest. The caller then directs the recipient to forward money to certain location to have the warrant cancelled. There is no person named “Brad Burns” employed with Mercer County, and this is not the manner in which court appearances and arrest warrants are handled. Should you receive such a phone call, please contact Detective Mark Schmitt at (701) 745-3333.

Mercer County, ND Gravel Road Restrictions have been Lifted as of August 27, 2014!

As of August 27th, the 20,000 lb weight restriction has been lifted off all Mercer County Gravel Roads.

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