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An application may be obtained from the Building Official. In addition to the application, a non-refundable permit fee of $60 for residential and commercial structures and $20 for accessory structures is required. The applicant is also required to post a bond in the amount of $1 per total floor space of the existing structure (excluding the basement) to be demolished or razed. The bond is refundable, conditioned upon all City utilities being properly disconnected and that all demolished or razed material be properly removed and disposed of. Please contact the Building Official at (402) 375-1733 for more information.
The City of Wayne is audited annually by an independent outside accounting firm, as required by law. The audit report is then presented to the City Council and all audits are available for inspection on our website or by visiting with the Finance Director.
Based on the levy from 2016, on a $100,000 home in Wayne the total property tax bill would be $1,964.04. That total levy includes the tax asking of multiple entities (City of Wayne, Wayne County, Wayne Community Schools, Fire District, etc.) Of that total, the City of Wayne receives $409.30. The City's tax levy history is available here.
Firefighters have equipment and are trained for getting people out of burning buildings, but without the proper equipment you may become another victim.
Firefighters who actively extinguish the fires must be capable of carrying all of the protective gear (45 pounds or more) and manipulating the fire hose, both of which can be quite heavy. But Department members can also contribute in other ways such as fire prevention, traffic control or records.
The weight room at the Wayne Community Activity Center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Access is granted via a key fob that may be obtained with CAC membership. Contact the CAC at 402-375-4803 for more information on 24-hour access.
The rest of the facility, including basketball courts, walking track, locker rooms and fitness rooms are open following the schedule below:
Tornado/Storm Warning: Long steady siren in one tone for three minutes.
Fire: Alternating high/low tone for approximately three minutes.
Attack/Defense Alert:: Waving tone of short blasts for three minutes.
If you subscribe to cable television, turn on your television when sirens sound to hear the message from our police dispatchers.
For routine, non-emergency services please call:
Wayne County Sherriff: (402) 375-1911Wayne Fire Department: (402) 375-1122Providence Medical Center: (402) 375-3800Nebraska State Patrol: (402) 471-4545FBI: (402) 493-8688
Before a towed vehicle is released, the owner will need to provide identification and pay all applicable impound and storage fees. You will also be required to pay any outstanding parking violations owed before the vehicle is released.
With the winter season approaching the City of Wayne wants to remind property owners of their snow removal responsibility. It is illegal for any property owner to leave snow or ice accumulated on any sidewalks within the municipality. If the City receives enough snow to cause the Public Works Department to plow the streets, your sidewalks need to be cleared of snow and ice as well.
Ordinance 91.026 requires all snow and ice to be removed from sidewalks in the City within 24 hours of the Public Works Department clearing the streets. If a sidewalk is not cleared of snow and ice, the ordinance gives the City authority to have the snow and ice removed at the property owner's expense of $75 per hour.
The City of Wayne Recycling and Trash Center is open Mondays and Fridays from 9:00 am to 1:30 pm, Tuesdays from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm and on Saturdays from 8:00 am until 12:00 noon. It is closed Wednesdays, Thursdays, Sundays and on holidays.