DITCH INSPECTOR: Travis Radke
County drainage ditches are drainage systems that were constructed as a result of a petition, filed by a majority of landowners of property the drainage system passes over. These systems are regulated by Minnesota Statute 103E and are under the jurisdiction of the Murray County Board of Commissioners with assistance from the Murray County Ditch Inspector.
Many of the county ditches in were constructed in the early 1900’s in order to provide drainage for agricultural lands — these are not necessarily ditches along county roads.
In addition to public ditches, countless private drainage tile and private lateral ditch and public waters connections are connected to the county ‘ditch system’ Some ditches are considered to be Joint Ditches if they cross county lines.
Have further questions regarding a county ditch? Contact the Ditch Inspector, your local County Commissioner, or the Murray County Auditor-Treasurer’s office.
Redetermination Of Benefits - Benefit Report
Redetermination of Benefits for
Murray County Ditch 76A, Count Ditch 76A18, Judicial Ditch 14 and Judicial Ditch 15
Continue from original date April 18, 2023 to MAY 16, 2023 at 9:00 a.m.
Please see revised reports below:
Redetermination of Benefits on County Ditch 18
Redetermination of Benefits on County Ditch 76A
Redetermination of benefits on Judicial Ditch 14 Direct Report
Redetermination of benefits on Judicial Ditch 14 Indirect Report
Redetermination of Benefits on Judicial Ditch 15
CD 18 Map
CD 76A Map
JD 14 Map
JD 15 Map
Benefits and Damages Statements:
CD 18 Benefits and Damages Statement
CD 76A Benefits and Damages Statement
JD 14 Benefits and Damages Statement
1D 15 Benefits and Damages Statement
GIS DIGITAL MAP
The GIS map is a digital satellite type map that is used to highlight roads, ditches, hydrology and boundary lines.