How do I pay my Water/Sewer Bill?
There is a drop box located to the lower left of the entrance door to the Village Office for payment. The Bill can also be mailed to PO Box 182, Pleasant Dale, NE 68423.
Who do I call about a question on my water/sewer bill?
Please contact the Village Office at 402-795-5885.
How do I establish a new Water/Sewer account once I move to town?
Please fill out the Water/Sewer application within 15 days of moving in. There is a deposit of $200 for water/sewer and a $50 fee to turn the water on. Please call or email if you have any questions.
Do I have to license my dog or cat?
Yes, annual licensing, due by January 31st each year is required for any dog or cat over 6 months of age. Proof of rabies vaccination is required.
Pet License Requirements
How to submit a request to be added to the Board Agenda?
Please email a request to email@example.com.
Where can I find a Notary?
The Village Clerk/Treasurer is a Notary. Please contact the Village Office for assistance.
Can I rent the Village Community Hall?
We are currently not renting the hall for events. The American Legion Hall next door to the Village Office is a great facility for your event.
Do I need a building permit?
Please contact the Village Office for additional assistance.
How do I get a permit for electrical work?
Contact the State of Nebraska Electrical Division.
Is a solicitor’s permit required for door to door sales within the Village Corporate Limits?
Yes, please contact the Village Office for more information.
Where can I find a copy of the Village Board Meeting Minutes?
Minutes are posted at the Community Hall Bulletin Board on Ash Street as well as the American Legion Hall and the US Post Office. A summary of the minutes, called proceedings, is published in The Milford Times.
How do I report a street light out or an issue with the light?
Seward County Public Power 866-373-9273 (call during regular business hours) or email Tim Pozehl. They will want to know the location and what is happening with the light (not coming on, staying on, cycling off & on, etc.). They may not come immediately as they like to save trips as much as possible.