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Road Closure Info:


(this is located on the Mercer County 911 Website)



Zoning Permits:




		Location:		Mercer County Law Enforcement Center	

		Closing Date:		April 7, 2018

Mercer County Sheriff’s Department has an opening for a full-time permanent Jailer/Dispatcher.  Work schedule involves shift work, weekends, and holidays.  Starting salary is $16-$19 per hour depending on experience.  Benefits include employer sponsored BCBS health/dental/vision, life insurance, and NDPERS.  A GED equivalent or high school diploma and a valid North Dakota Driver’s License are required.  Upon employment, the applicant must complete and pass other required training.  All training, equipment, and uniforms provided by Mercer County.  Pre-employment drug testing is required.  Applications can be obtained from the Mercer County Sheriff’s Department by calling (701) 745-3333.  Upon completion, attach a cover letter and resume and return to:  Mercer County Sheriff, “Job Application”, P.O. Box 39, Stanton, ND  58571




		Position:		Cook	

		Closing Date:		April 30, 2018

CBM Managed Services is now hiring a Cook at the Mercer County Correctional Kitchen.  The kitchen is a highly controlled and very safe environment.  Ideal candidates should have a basic understanding of institutional food service, but we will train successful candidates.  Starting wage is $12 - $13 per hour depending on qualifications.  Applicants must be able to pass a background check.  Benefits include health, dental, vision, 401K and many opportunities for advancement.  To inquire please respond with an email and resume to tim.getchell@cbmmanagedservices.com




















Mercer County Job Application




Mercer County Sheriff's Department




New Open Burning Laws




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 a 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 Seasonal Load Restrictions in effect

as of

3-20-18 until further notice



Mercer County Water Resource District



Mercer County Board Appointments Application of Interest



Road Policy Declaration


Mercer County Weights Map

Will be updated once Frost Laws have been taken off for Spring 2018


Heavy Weight Fee Schedule