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Short-Term Rentals in Proctor, MN

On Monday, July 15, 2019 the Proctor City Council approved a moratorium on new short-term rentals in the City until the Planning & Zoning Commission and City Council develop a short-term rental policy for the City of Proctor.

Existing short-term rentals may continue operating at this time, but may face changes in their operation depending on the policy approved by the City.  All short-term rentals operating in the City are required to submit 3% lodging taxes every month per City Code 1100, Lodging Tax. Failure to follow city code may result in fines and penalties. Contact City Hall for more information at 218-624-3641

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Proctor is a small town surrounded by incredible adventure.  We are the primary entrance to Spirit Mountain.  We have amazing trails- Lake Superior Hiking Trail, Jay Cooke State Park, Munger Trail.  We sponsor national and regional events Snocross, ALS Black Woods Blizzard Tour, MS 150 Ride, Grandmas Marathon, S. St. Louis County Fair, Speedway, Hoghead, Scandinavian Fest, Beargrease.

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The village of Proctorknott was incorporated in 1894. It took its name after J. Proctor Knott, a Congressman who delivered a satirical speech ridiculing…



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