Weed Inspection

Weed Inspection:

            Township supervisors are responsible for local township weed inspection.  Upon inspection finding noxious weeds on the property,  the property owner will be sent a written notice and given a week to control the weeds.  If no action is taken by the property owner, the weed inspector will notify the county weed inspector who will take action on the weeds and add the cost to the tax assessment.

About Us

Township 129 Range 29

Established as Chippewa Township September 3, 1867
Renamed Brandon Township March 11, 1881

Vital Statistics -
Location: Douglas County, MN
Land Area: 30.4 sq. mi.
Water Area: 5.1 sq. mi.
Lakes With Public Landings: 6
Population: 741 Est Apr 2017
Households 309
Township Roads: 46.86 Miles


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