Game and Fish Pays $581,900 in Property Taxes

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The North Dakota Game and Fish Department recently paid more than $581,900 in taxes to counties in which the department owns or leases land. The 2015 in-lieu-of-tax payments are the same as property taxes paid by private landowners.

The Game and Fish Department manages more than 200,000 acres for wildlife habitat and public hunting in 51 counties. The department does not own or manage any land in Traill or Renville counties.

Following is a list of counties and the tax payments they received.

County

Tax Due

County

Tax Due

County

Tax Due

Adams

178.95

Grand Forks

15,891.83

Pierce

3,037.46

Barnes

5,133.10

Grant

746.79

Ramsey

16,317.25

Benson

4,338.42

Griggs

99.18

Ransom

1,368.03

Billings

252.06

Hettinger

3,915.87

Richland

15,687.35

Bottineau

5,144.29

Kidder

8,212.44

Rolette

36,484.91

Bowman

1,897.59

LaMoure

9,318.00

Sargent

17,762.90

Burke

1028.39

Logan

340.68

Sheridan

60,578.25

Burleigh

26,701.61

McHenry

1,704.30

Sioux

274.69

Cass

7,236.38

McIntosh

8,007.30

Slope

1,322.90

Cavalier

26,386.44

McKenzie

33,015.92

Stark

185.65

Dickey

13,467.12

McLean

81,924.00

Steele

8,532.79

Divide

1,591.49

Mercer

14,568.11

Stutsman

4,757.36

Dunn

6,473.05

Morton

19,270.51

Towner

2,127.15

Eddy

6,368.50

Mountrail

7,109.62

Walsh

10,951.17

Emmons

3,368.81

Nelson

5,792.29

Ward

99.93

Foster

795.55

Oliver

2,834.38

Wells

59,530.09

Golden Valley

153.05

Pembina

15,886.62

Williams

3,733.44