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Testimony of victims is usually not required until the trial. Whether you will have to testify will be determined at the time of trial. The case may be settled through plea negotiations. This usually means no testimony from victims or witnesses is necessary. If your testimony is needed, you will receive a subpoena or notice to appear telling you where and when to appear. A victim has a right to give a statement at sentencing. Additional information will be sent to help you prepare for your court appearance. For more information, please contact the Victim/Witness Coordinator at 507-332-5934.
Clinics are held at Our Saviors Lutheran Church located at 1207 Prairie Avenue in Faribault. The fee is $50.00 (Cash Only) at the door.
For more information read the Current Schedule of MADD Victim Impact Panel (PDF)
The Farm Information Line is staffed by experienced Extension personnel who take calls from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Questions at other times of the day and weekends can be left on voice mail and will be returned the next business day. For more information visit the Farm Information Line website.
In Faribault: at the Rice County Government Services Building (Public Health, Social Services, and the Information Desk), District One Hospital (main lobby), the Welcome Center, the City Hall building, and Three Rivers Community Action Center
In Northfield: at the City Hall building (second floor, Rice County Satellite office), Northfield Hospital (main lobby), Northfield Community Resource Center (north lobby), and the Northfield Community Action Center; in Morristown, at the Community Center; in Lonsdale, at City Hall; and in Dundas, at City Hall.
For more information about the program, call 877-321-2652 or contact Deb Purfeerst at Rice County Public Health at 507-332-5914 or you can visit NACo Prescription Discount Card Program.
Rice County offers immunization clinics for those unable to obtain them from a private provider. A donation of $21.00 is requested for each immunization, but immunizations are provided regardless of whether a donation is made. Visit
Government Services Building320 Third Street NWFaribault, MN 55021 You can also visit our Notary page.
The Well Disclosure Certificate form, in addition to further information regarding wells, is available on the Minnesota Department of Health's website.
A Certificate of Real Estate Value is also needed when the consideration is more than $500.
For more information contact us at 507-332-6114 or visit the Well Disclosure page.
For more information, refer to our Household Hazardous Waste page.
Both lead and rechargeable batteries may be recycled at the recycling center located at the Rice County Solid Waste facility.
For information on fluorescent bulb recycling for businesses call the Recycling Center.
Used Oil Filters:Residents may dispose of their oil filters for free at the Recycling Center.
For a list of Fees please refer to the 2016 Rice County Fee Schedule.
Rice County residents can bring their yard waste to any of the community compost sites listed below or to the Solid Waste facility free of charge. For more information visit the Yard Waste page.
Many of the details can be handled over the phone. Information on packing, labeling, and shipping requirements will be provided when you pre-register. For more information view the Household Hazardous Waste page.
For more information, go to our Recycling Center page.
Recycling Center page.