Before installing a fence or doing some landscaping it’s important to know where your property line ends and your neighbor’s property begins. Homeowners can use a metal detector to locate buried iron monuments in the four corners of the property. This isn't an actual, legal survey but it provides the homeowner with an approximation of where property lines are located.
If there is a dispute about property lines, homeowners are advised to obtain a legal survey by hiring a professional surveyor. Unfortunately, the city is not able to help resolve property line disputes.
Visit cityofroseville.com/3229/Surveying or call 651-792-7004 for questions about surveying and a list of licensed surveyors that service Roseville.
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All mechanical permits, sign permits, and any type of commercial building permits require a City Contractor license. Other types of work are covered by state electrical, plumbing, or building contractor permits.
Contact the Well Management Program, part of the Minnesota Department of Health at 651-201-4600.
If the property ID has been issued by Ramsey County, it will display in MapRamsey. Property ID numbers are created and maintained by Ramsey County, not the City of Roseville.