Golf Cart and ATV Permit

A pilot program to allow golf carts and ATVs on designated city streets is now available in Victoria, Minn. The program will expire or be renewed by the City Council in March 2022.

The Victoria City Council approved a pilot program to allow golf carts and ATVs on designated City streets. Previously, golf carts had been allowed on local streets in the Deer Run and Laketown neighborhoods only. The program, which took effect on June 24, 2021, requires that anyone wishing to drive a golf cart or ATV on city streets first receive a permit from the City. 

Application Instructions


  • $25 per vehicle



  • Golf carts and ATVs CANNOT be driven on the following:
    • sidewalks or trails
    • state or county highways (Highways 5 & 7, and County Roads 11, 13, 18 & 43)
    • streets with speed limits faster than 30 mph (Bavaria Road and Marsh Lake Road)
    • streets in the City’s central business district (Stieger Lake Lane, Commercial Avenue, Tower Boulevard, 80th Street [north of Trillium/Sunflower], Rose Street [north of Hwy 5] or Quamoclit [north of Hwy 5]
  • Prohibited Streets Map (PDF)


  • Pilot program permits are valid through March 31, 2022
  • Renewal will be required in March 2022 if pilot program is extended by the City Council