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Yes. If you are transported or assisted by the rescue squad there will be a charge. Insurance will sometimes pay part of the charges for this service. The city contracts with EMS Billing Services to bill and collect fees for the use of the rescue squad. See the link to squad fees for a current rate schedule.
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Three Rivers District Health Department also provides this service. They can be reached at 402-727-5396 and are located at 2400 North Lincoln Street in Fremont.
If you cannot find what you are looking for, please feel free to contact us at the Fire Station, 402/727-2688. Click to go to Fire Regulations...
All sales of prepared food and beverage as defined in Ordinance 5604.
October 1, 2015, revised in July 1, 2016 with a new rate effective April 1, 2022.
1.75% of the gross receipt. Effective July 1, 2016, the rate is 1.25%. Effective April 1, 2022, the rate is 1.00%.
Information can be accessed on our website at http://www.fremontne.gov/DocumentCenter/View/798 which has the tax return forms and the ordinance that enacted the occupation tax. If you have other questions you can collect Dan Goebel at email@example.com or 402-727-2626.
Other businesses subject to the Ordinance and those businesses listed above, are subject to the following penalty: - City Attorney may file civil action seeking injunctive relief forcing compliance with the Ordinance.
• A contractor can obtain the permit for the work; but it is the property owner’s responsibility to be certain that all construction has a permit. • Even if you are performing the work yourself, the permit fee is based upon the cost of materials and labor. The amount for labor is determined by taking half the cost of the materials. This will give you the total cost of the job relating to your permit fee.
• All fences, sheds and signs require a permit regardless of the cost.
The cost varies depending on the type of project, but it is not prohibitive.
Picnic shelters at Clemmons, Barnard, John C. Fremont, Johnson, Ronin, Miller and Davenport are available to be reserved daily. The cost is $25 for the day. Call 727-2630 or reserve online at https://www.activityreg.com/ClientPage_t1.wcs?clientid=FREMONT&siteid=1.
Please allow 3 working days for completion of the FPD MV Accident Report. At that time it is available at Records on the 2nd floor of the police department. There is a $5.00 charge for reports that are picked up and a $6.00 charge for reports that are mailed or faxed.
Fremont Police Department performs fingerprinting on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. by appointment only. Please call 402-727-2664, extension 253, to schedule your appointment. Masks are required
There is a $15.00 fee for the service. The fee is to be paid on the 2nd floor - Records Department - at the time of fingerprinting.
Currently we accept credit card, cash or check, made payable to: City of Fremont. Payment must be received prior to release of reports/services.
Please call 402.727.2630 for more information. Financial assistance has been available for several years.
If you are 19 or older, bring a current government issued photo ID and $35 to the business office at 400 E. Military between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, to fill out an application. A deposit may be required. Please allow 24 hours for connection.
Come to the Customer Service Department located on the first floor of 400 E. Military Avenue, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and sign a termination card for your old address. If your new address is within our service area, fill out an application for your new address. At that time, pay the $35 service fee and any delinquent balance on your current account.
Check out our Energy Conservation & Safety page for helpful tips on how to conserve energy and save money on your utilities.
You will need a deposit if you are a new customer or if you are a previous customer that was sent to the Credit Bureau for collection of an old bill. If you are a new customer your deposit will be $200.00. If you had an old account referred to the Credit Bureau, you will need to pay the old amount due plus the deposit of twice the highest bill at your new address.
Budget Billing is a payment plan that allows you to pay the same amount every month. You must have lived at the address long enough to have twelve monthly bills. We take the amount of your 12 bills and divide by 11. This is the amount you will pay each month. Sign-up is open once per year during the month of April. To sign up for Budget Billing, return the completed Budget Billing Form to the Customer Service Department located at 400 East Military Avenue during the month of April or give us a call at 402-727-2600.
Yes, we accept all major credit cards online through our online payment portal and over the counter at 400 East Military Avenue.
The amount of your sewer bill is based on an average of your water usage during December, January and February. Each year your average is refigured and the new amount is applied to your April bill.
There are two ways to sign up for automatic payment. First, you can fill out an Automatic Bank Payment form (downloadable from our site) and return it to us along with a voided check. Or you can sign up on-line through our online bill payment service.
We have a Landowner’s Agreement form which authorizes us to do this for you. In addition, if you would like to be notified when that happens, we can send you a certified letter for a nominal fee. Return the completed Landowner Agreement Form to us at 400 East Military Avenue to sign up.
No, the Fremont Department of Utilities does not winterize properties. If the power is disconnected through the customer's request or as a result of non-payment, the water remains the responsibility of the customer. A plumber will need to be contacted in order to have the water shut-off to a property.
Register your account at our online payment portal to obtain a copy of your current and past bills at no charge. You may also request printed copies via the Customer Service Department by calling 402-727-2600. A small fee applies when copies are provided through the Customer Service Department.
Yes, the utilities need to be located before you start digging. You can call the Digger's Hotline by dialing 811 from your cell phone or 800-331-5666 from a landline phone. You can also email them firstname.lastname@example.org. The underground utilities will be located at no charge when you call the Digger's Hotline. The underground lines will be marked with paint or flags. Red = Electric Lines; Yellow = Gas Lines; Blue = Water Lines; Green = Sewer Lines.
To prevent freeze-ups: Keep furnace at its normal setting - Have someone briefly run all faucets daily to reduce the risk of frozen pipes - Turn off your water at the meter. If a pipe does freeze, only a minimal amount of damage will occur - Drain all pipes, toilets and water lines to be completely safe - Shut water off at the stop box.
If you are buying a house, check with the seller or your Realtor about the existing water service or private line. When was it installed? Have there been repairs? When the service is very old and made of a material that can corrode, the water service line may be deteriorated. If the water service line leaks, you are responsible for the repairs. Also, check that the required backflow devices are in place for boiler type furnaces, lawn sprinkler systems and on outside faucets. Devices on boilers require annual testing, lawn sprinklers require testing every 5 years. And the devices on faucets are non-testable. Please call the Water Department at 402-727-2613 to make sure that the test on these devices are up to date.