with MAYO CONSTRUCTION COMPANY was completed in 2020. 

The option to pay assessments in full prior to added interest has now ceased. Your Cabin Road Special amount appears on your Property Tax statement, divided into a total of 10 annual assessments plus interest.

If you wish to pay your balance in full, payments with interest added must be made to Roland Township rather than to the County Treasurer. 
Email to contact Addie Berg
to learn the amount of interest to add to your assessment.

This Link will bring up the Assessment List by Parcel #.
This Link will bring up the Assessment List by Owner Name
Assessments for the Cabin Roads are in three categories based on linear front footage, as printed: Up to 105 LF= $3,413.45; 106 LF to 305 LF= $4,613.45; 306 LF and over = $5,613.45. An owner with multiple parcels will find their total LF assessment amount is divided between/among their parcels since each parcel is required to show an assessed amount.

These assessments are based on $2,600,000, the Bonded Amount for the project. If cost ends up lower, assessments will be adjusted. [Update: Paving project totaled $2,634,813, assessments will not be changed.]

An adjustment was made when $100,000 as pledged per year by the County toward this project was received. Categories changed to $3263, $4463, $5463. Adjustments will be made in following years as the pledged amount is received. 

Owners who paid their assessments in full will receive adjustments in annual checks mailed to the address on record with the county treasurer. If property is sold, the discount will be mailed to the last known address. Address updates must be made to the County Treasurer office.
Roland Township
The assessment list was published in the 5/14/19 Bottineau Courant, as required.
​Roland Township exercises load limit authority over its township roads.
​Unless permission is first secured from the township board, anyone causing willful damage over and above normal wear and tear to a roadway, bridge or right-of-way may be held liable for the cost of repairs to that portion of roadway, bridge or right-of-way so damaged. Any person found guilty of such willful damage may be found guilty of a Class B misdemeanor per North Dakota Century Code 24-12-05.
NDCC 24-12-04.1 allows a reward of up to $300 for information leading to the conviction of anyone willfully causing injury or destruction of a public road or right-of-way.

All loads are required to be tarped or secured before hauling to eliminate debris, hazards or damages to other property. Per Roland Twp Zoning Ordinance II.R.