Steele County Town and City Halls provide municipal services for the Steele County community, including playing a role in code enforcement in Minnesota. The Town or City Hall may be responsible for ensuring compliance with building codes and investigating possible building code violations in Steele County. They maintain records on code enforcement, the current Minnesota building code, and approved and rejected building plans. Town and City Halls may also issue investigation reports on building code violations and any punishments or abatement orders for violations in Steele County. The Town or City Hall may provide code enforcement records online through its website.
Geneva City Hall Ellendale MN 403 4th Street 56026 507-256-4192
Medford City Hall Medford MN 408 2nd Avenue Southeast 55049 507-455-2866
Owatonna City Hall Owatonna MN 540 West Hills Circle 55060 507-774-7342
Steele County Building Departments ensure the construction of safe buildings by creating and enforcing Steele County building codes and zoning rules in Minnesota. They also maintain records on building codes, reviews of Steele County building rules, and any changes to the code requirements or regulations. The Building Department also reviews and approves building and renovation plans to make sure they meet code standard, and they also issue MN building permits. Building Department records include Steele County building code violations, approved building permits, and compliance reports. The Building Department may provide online access to some of their code enforcement documents.
Minnesota State Permits Owatonna MN 1010 21st Avenue Northwest 55060 507-446-5505
Owatonna Building Department Owatonna MN 540 West Hills Circle 55060 507-444-4370
Steele County Zoning Owatonna MN 630 Florence Avenue 55060 507-444-7475
Steele County Building Inspectors verify that construction projects meet Steele County building codes and regulations in Minnesota. They also monitor designs, building materials, Steele County safety codes, and utilities, as well as enforcing codes. As part of this job, Building Inspectors inspect construction to determine whether it meets the codes, issues permits for construction projects, and creates inspection reports. Building Inspector records may include information on Steele County code enforcement violations, permits issued by the inspector, and approved MN building projects, as well as violations and work stoppage orders. Building Inspectors may provide access to some of their documents online.
Owatonna Building Inspector Owatonna MN 540 West Hills Circle 55060 507-444-4370