WELCOME to Roland Township's Website
Roland Township is located in the Turtle Mountains north of Bottineau adjoining the Canadian border. It has much to offer residents and visitors, with Lake Metigoshe and the State Park being a popular destination. The woods, hills, wetlands, farms and country scenery offer living and visiting experiences like no other place in North Dakota. Click brown buttons on the left for more Roland Township information. The Roland Township Board of Supervisors authorized this website in the interest of providing a convenient source of information in today's technological world. If you have suggestions for the site or find problems with links, send them to email@example.com.
This page was last updated: August 13, 2020
The Zoning page includes a link to the current Zoning Ordinance Edition, and links to other documents or websites of interest.
Hwy 43 - a Scenic Byway - is the main east-west road through Roland Township.
Roland Township has been farmed since the late 1880's when homesteaders found the lakes, hills, trees and wildlife to their liking.
Board Meetings regularly scheduled for the 2nd Monday of each month 7:00 pm Quilt Inn Meeting Room.
Roland Township, Bottineau County, ND
Permit Fee of $500 for Structure Move-in/Move-out or Demolition
due to extreme weights these projects put on cabin roads.
Call ahead to schedule road inspection (prior, during, after).
Permit Fee of $4,000 will be added to a project that will result in cutting pavement for sewers, etc. This is to cover the cost of hot mix repairs to maintain the integrity of the paved road.
BACK LOT DEVELOPMENT NOTE
Lots without sewers are not intended for living quarters, although RVs with holding tanks may be permitted. MEMO
Cabin Road Paving Project is
now complete. .
Take good care of these roads!
If you wish to pay your Paving Specials balance in full, payments with interest added must be made to Roland Township. Your annual Specials payment amount is made to the County Treasurer.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Addie Berg to learn the amount of interest to add to your pay-in-full assessment.