Ellendale Community Ambulance (ECA)
Address: 51 3rd Ave S, Ellendale ND,58436
Squad Leader – Corey Gulke
ECA operates as a Basic Life Support service with Advance Life Support capabilities. Currently the ECA is comprised of 20 active members, including Paramedics, Advanced Emergency Medical Technicians (AEMT) and Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) all who are certified by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) as well as CPR Drivers. ECA currently has three ambulances in its fleet, two of which are ready to be used in a moment’s notice and one that can be placed into service with minimal delay to stock perishable supplies.
ECA covers a service area of approximately 500 square miles within a 20 mile radius of Ellendale in western Dickey County which includes the communities of Ellendale, Forbes, Monango and Guelph and the surrounding agricultural areas. In an emergency, ground transportation is provided to either Avera St Lukes or Sanford Hospitals in Aberdeen, SD or Oakes Community Hospital in Oakes, ND. In critical trauma situations, the service can rendezvous with Careflight out of Aberdeen to transport the patient via air. ECA works in cooperation with the Ellendale Fire Protection District, the Ellendale Police Department and the Dickey County Sheriff’s office to provide the best quality care in any emergency situation.
Ellendale Fire Department
The Ellendale Volunteer Fire Department provides fire, rescue, extrication, and hazmat protection to the residents of Ellendale and the surrounding area. Presently 20 volunteers from the community comprise the membership of the department. These members dedicate their time and lives to ensuring that our community is protected from fire and other hazards. The department has a fleet of eight emergency apparatus which can be viewed in the apparatus section.
The department serves 9 1/2 townships including 2 cities. This area covers approximately 342 square miles in and around Ellendale encompassing approximately 1900 residents.
We encourage everyone to visit our web site often as we strive to continually update information like the rangeland fire index, open burning regulations and seasonal safety warnings.
Address: 103 1st St. S., Ellendale ND 58436
Fire Chief – Mike Thorpe
Ellendale Police Department
The City of Ellendale’s police protection is provided through the Ellendale City Police Department.
In an emergency dial 9-1-1
Chief of Police: Brad Knutson
Address: 724 5th Ave N – P.O. Box 267, Ellendale, ND
Dickey County is located on the southern border of North Dakota and is comprised of 1152 square miles of land. The eastern part lies in the Drift Prairie, a green, hilly part of the state marked by good farm land and an abundance of water. Hwy 281 which runs north and south lies parallel to the hills which mark the beginning of the rolling Great Plains.
Address: Dickey County Courthouse, 309 North 2nd Street, P.O. Box 215, Ellendale, ND 58436
HEALTH CARE & RELATED FIELDS
Ellendale Chiropractic Clinic
Dr. Craig Kendall
Location: 305 1st Ave S, Ellendale
Family, Internal, Geriatric Medicine, Laboratories, Immunizations
Hours: Mon, Wed, Thur 9:00 am – 12:00 pm, Tues & Fri 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: 141 Main St, Ellendale
28 miles northeast of Ellendale
If you require emergency medical attention, please call 911 to access your local emergency services.
Location: 1200 N 7th St, Oakes ND 58474
40 miles south of Ellendale
If you require emergency medical attention, please call 911 to access your local emergency services.
Location: 305 S. State St., Aberdeen, SD
Inpatient and outpatient surgery, therapy services, a women’s center, pediatric care, cancer care, radiology, diagnostic testing, rehabilitation services and emergency care.
Location: 2905 Third Ave SE, Aberdeen, SD 57401
- Vehicle Registration Renewal
- Motor Vehicle Registration
- Motor Vehicle Address Change
- Plate & Owner Regulations
- Credit and Fee Schedules
Hours: M, W, F: 8:00 – 1:00 & 1:30 – 4:00 pm
T & Th: Closed
*Remember to always contact the office to setup an appointment.
Address: 101 1st St S, Ellendale ND 58436
Located inside Z’s Fresh Market, available during regular business hours.
- Renew motor vehicle tabs
- Complete 30-day and non-resident temporary registration
- Update their email or address
- Request a placard for a mobility impairment
- Renew license
- Request a replacement license or ID card
- Schedule a road test
- Pay a reinstatement fee
- Update address
- Edit donor registry information
- Check status of license, driving record, CDL medical card
- Validate their date of birth
Dog or Cat Running at Large Prohibited
It shall be unlawful for the owner or keeper of any dog or CAT to permit the same to run at large in the City at any time. A dog or cat shall NOT be considered running at large if attended and on a leash or when in the confines of the owner’s or keeper’s premises.
At the April 8, 2013, council meeting the Ellendale City Council gave permission to live trap cats running at large. Anyone who has trapped cats is to contact the City Police (349-2093). The cat will be returned to the owner if there is owner identification. If there is no owner identification the animal will be relocated.
NORTH DAKOTA LEGISLATURE
North Dakota legislature has passed S.B. 2211, which establishes felony-level penalties for reoccurring malicious animal cruelty.
As per Ordinance 10.0203 on July 1, 2013, all pet licenses become due annually. If you are a new pet owner, your initial license is $4.00. Renewal tags are $3.00.
Your pet must have all of its shots up to date and a copy from the vet is retained at City Hall when you purchase your license.
You have the entire month of June to purchase your pet’s license.
Licenses may be obtained at City Hall, Monday – Friday, 8 AM – Noon and 1 – 5 PM.
If you are no longer a pet owner, please let us know at City Hall so your name may be removed from our list. (349-3252)
Pets have been known to wander and do not always find their way home. Unfortunately, without identification we are unable to reunite them with their families. Purchasing a pet license will ensure that your special companion can be returned home quickly and safely.
Get your pet license! It’s so easy and gives you an inexpensive insurance policy for your pet’s safety as well as your peace of mind should he become lost.
License Renewal Date: July 1 of each year
APPLICATION: To activate water & Garbage, please complete and return the request under the ON LINE SERVICES tab and take or mail to City Hall with your check for $80 ($20 setup fee, $60 refundable deposit).
PICK-UP: The pick-up day for your grey garbage container will be every Tuesday. Your blue and yellow recycling container will be picked up every other Friday.
The monthly garbage fee entitles you to discard only your household garbage. Do not put out yard and garden waste, wood, rocks, metal, small appliances (microwaves, toasters, irons, etc.) or any other items that are not considered household garbage.
The City has an inert landfill for wood, metal, large and small appliances, electronics, tires and pit material. Pit material includes mattresses, box springs, tables, chairs, couches, bathroom fixtures, empty plastic pails and shingles.
If you have any questions please call (349-3252) before you take out your items.
Address: 55 3rd Ave S – PO Box 267, Ellendale ND
Landfill & Solid Waste
APRIL – SEPTEMBER
Monday & Wednesday 5 pm – 8 pm
Saturday 10 am to 4 pm
OCTOBER – NOVEMBER
Monday & Wednesday 3 pm – 5 pm
Saturday 10 am – 4 pm
DECEMBER – MARCH
Saturday Noon to 4 pm
Guidlines For Inert Landfill
No household garbage, food, cardboard, paper, books or magazines will be accepted at the inert landfill.
Inert landfill items must be separated as follows:
- Pit material
Wood items include but are not limited to tree trunks, branches, wood furniture, wood construction scraps, wood furniture, no whole buildings are allowed
Metal items include but are not limited too bicycles, wire, grills, file cabinets, small kitchen appliances, tin items
Appliances include but are not limited to washers, dryers, ranges, water heaters, dishwashers, microwaves, copiers, furnaces, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, refrigerator and freezers; refrigerator and freezer doors must be removed; Freon must be removed from air conditioners, dehumidifiers, refrigerators and freezers
Electronics include but are not limited to televisions, computer components, VCRs, radios, stereos, speakers, phones
Pit material includes mattresses, box springs, furniture that is not made of wood (chairs, couches), carpeting, non asbestos floor covering, bathroom fixtures, plastic items, clothing, glass, (windows must have metal or wood frames removed), tires and shingles
There is a designated area for tires and batteries.
Rural garbage customers will be charged all applicable fees.
Fees are doubled for items brought in by persons living outside of city limits.
NO aerosol cans, pesticides, herbicides, paint, paint thinner, etc. are accepted.
Grass clippings, leaves and garden waste are not accepted in the inert landfill. There is a separate area for this.
Concrete should be taken to the landfill south of town. The key is available at City Hall.
By Appointment – $10.00/call (349-3252)
South Landfill: Concrete, Bricks, etc.
North Landfill Misc:
|Commercial & Contrctors||Inside City Limits||Outside Branches||Outside City Limits|
|Pickup or 2 wheel trailers||$40.00||$20.00||$80.00|
|Trucks – single axle||$90.00||$45.00||$180.00|
|Trucks – Triple||$150.00||$75.00||$300.00|
|Car Tires (up to 16″)||$5.00||$10.00|
|Truck Tires ((17″ +)||$10.00||$20.00|
|Commercial & Contrctors||Inside City Limits||Outside City Limits|
|Shingles (3 budnles = 1 sq).
(A restidents shingle disposal. isfree wheather job is done by resident of contractor)
|Fridge, Freezer, Air Conditioner, Dehumidifiers
(All items must have doors removed & freon must be removed)
|Washers, Dryers, Rangers, Water Heaters, Dishwashers, Microwaves, Copiers, Furnaces||$10.00||$20.00|
|TVs – 30″ or less||$20.00||$40.00|
|TVs -Bigger than 30″||$30.00||$60.00|
|Computer Towers, Keyboards, printers VCRs, Video Games, Radios, CD or Tape Player||$10.00||$20.00|
|Trees & Wood – Place on wood Pile||$0.00||$0.00|
|Metal – place onmetal pile||$0.00||$0.00|
Your blue and yellow recycling container will be picked up every other Friday. Please rinse all containers, and remove caps, caps are recyclable but must be removed. Please do NOT place styrofoam, bubble wrap, glass, hard cover books, electronic scraps, batteries or light bulbs. Do NOT bag items in recycling bins, other than shredded paper. For more details visit the recyclenorthdakota.com website.
**GLASS IS NOT RECYCLABLE AT THIS TIME**
Out of town residents who pay for garbage service, can use the recycling bins located at 724 5th Ave North. It is a green building that is on the corner of 5th Ave. North and Hwy #11.
The items that you may recycle are:
- plastics #1-7
- paper (shredded paper must be in a sealed clear plastic bag)
- soft cover books & magazines
- tin can
Services are provided free of charge.
There are eligibility requirements which must be met in order to receive Job Training Services only. For more information, please contact the office.
1307 12th Ave NE, St 3, Jamestown, ND 58401
Whether you are looking for a job or need to find employees for a position within your company, North Dakota Job Service can assist you.
Area Job Service Location: 517 Main Ave, Oakes ND
- Job Placement Services, Pre-Employment Testing
- Job Placement Services, Proficiency Testing
- Job Placement Services, Career Counseling
- Job Placement Services, Job Bank Listing
- Job Placement Services, Resource Centers
- Job Placement Services, Job Line
- Job Training Services
- Job In-Service Services
- Resume writing and job search assistance Employment services for employers
- Applicant Screening and Referral Work Force Training
- Job Insurance Information
- Labor Market and Equal Opportunity Information