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Brian Borchardt
· March 10, 2018
I would give this county zero stars if that was an option. If you ever have a question or concern, forget about it ever being answered. I’ve had a concern for over a year that I’ve reached out to mult...iple people and have never heard back.

Completely useless.
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Gina Stelow
· January 23, 2018
One of the worst government agencies they will keep your belongings and just tell you they cannot answer your questions and pass the buck to someone else they will lie to get what they want so much fo...r Serve and Protect See More
Cheryl Witt-Nelson
· September 22, 2016
Just want to give a Big shoutout to the 2 women working the Passport window on Thursday evening Sept.22. The line and the wait was long but they were so kind to finish up the last of us in line and th...ey were great to work with and explained everything to us. Nice job Scott County! See More
Cj Nugent
· January 22, 2016
I just wanted to express my gratitude to the deputies and paramedics who responded
on Monday Jan 18th. My dad had fallen and was nit responsive. The response was incredible in my opinion. I can never... thank them enough for their efforts. If there is a way to pass this on to them, please do. The call was placed just after 4pm and my dad had to be airlifted to Abbott Northwestern hospital.

John Nugent Jr
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Kate Erion
· November 30, 2014
Scott County residents are lucky because they have many resources due to the forward looking mindsets of many of their government leaders. One of the examples of this is the County's investment in it...'s Extension Master Gardener program. This special program delivers research-based education to citizens via University of Minnesota trained volunteers who share the information with residents for free. This information forms the basis for activities that foster good health, sustainable landscapes, clean soil and water, conservation, limiting invasive species and much, much more. Extension Master Gardeners are not a garden club, i.e. we are not a bunch of little old ladies who plant petunias on the boulevards. We are a group of educated horticulturalists who teach free classes in the libraries on topics such as how to build rain gardens. We organize community classes on how to recognize and battle Buckthorn and Emerald Ash Borer. We answer citizen questions on Arbor Day on what trees will best suit a homeowner's specific property. We participate in Shakopee's Citizen Pruner program. We teach school children about growing healthy foods. Please keep the Extension Master Gardener program in Scott County, and help keep Scott County on the leading edge of respected land stewardship. See More
Christine Anderson
· September 11, 2016
Thank you to the deputy that pulled in behind us, to provide light and security, on the side of 169.
Thank you for your assistance.
Darin Olson
· May 1, 2017
County government is failing to be transparent about how much it costs to avoid prosecution for assault.
Andráea D Smith
· February 25, 2017
Everyone in all departments is very helpful and knowledgeable.
Mary Holland Edwards
· April 19, 2016
With all the new buildings going up why don't they build more for income based Seniors in Savage?

And thank you, Margo and Jon -- we think our Sheriff's Office staff are pretty great, too!

Our sincere thanks for the Scott County Sheriff's Citizens' Academy taught on six Monday evenings for 3 1/2 hours each.

Kick Butts Day!

March 21st was “Kick Butts Day,” which is an annual celebration of youth leadership and activism in the fight against tobacco use sponsored by the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids. Teachers, youth leaders, health advocates, and many others organize events to raise awareness of the problem of tobacco use in their community.

Jordan High School, Jordan Middle School, and Belle Plaine Middle School participated in Kick Butts Day initiatives. Students at these school...s are taking a pledge to be tobacco-free and #BeTheFirst tobacco-free generation by signing a banner. Youth are personalizing a Not A Replacement selfie statement with descriptions of who they are and what they represent. Sidewalks in front of the schools are chalked with tobacco facts and quotes to bring attention to the toll of tobacco and tobacco industry marketing. Follow #KickButtsDay for more information to see what other communities are doing!

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