City Commission Meeting
Monday, August 4th, at 5:30 p.m. in the Commission Chambers at 423 6th Street NE
Please submit agenda items to the City Auditor by Wednesday, July 30th.
City Commission scheduled meeting
dates for 2014
Current Proposed Ordinances
Ordinance 918 - Noise Ordinance - tabled for review
2 Full-time Police Officers
Full-time Public Utilities Operator I
To let the City know about a pot hole that needs repair call (701) 662-7605 or email Myron Asleson.
Please move your vehicle from the downtown streets and avenues between 2:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m., except Holidays and Sundays, to insure proper street cleaning and to avoid a parking ticket. Park your car in the appropriate lot on cleaning day. The lots are signed for days of cleaning. Available Downtown Public Parking Lots.
Garbage Related Items
2014 Informational Calendar
Free Landfill Dumping For City Residents On The Following Saturdays
City residents with a residential City account (not available to accounts that have dumpster service) can go to the inert landfill for dumping on the following Saturdays: August 9, September 20, and September 27. The landfill will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Listen to the radio for landfill closures due to rain. If the landfill is closed due to rain, the Saturday will NOT be rescheduled.
Inert Landfill Acceptable/Non-Acceptable Items
News and Events
Evening Mosquito Spraying – The City has started to spray for mosquitoes in the evenings. Residents may want to go inside just before their area is sprayed and stay inside for 20-30 minutes until the aerosol cloud dissipates. Residents should not run, walk, or bike directly through the aerosol cloud behind the insecticide sprayer. Also, anyone who is sensitive to chemicals may want to close their windows during the ground spraying. To ensure spray effectiveness during the spraying operations, the winds should be 15 mph or less and no inclement weather present. Winds higher than 15 mph or inclement weather may result in the spraying being suspended until conditions improve.
How To Get Rid Of Mosquitoes
Homestead Tax Credit - more elderly and disabled homeowners now qualify for Homestead Tax Credit. Read the press release
Safety and Prevention
Learn about Identity Theft, Sexual Assault, Methamphetamine, and Sex Offenders
Learn about Home Fire Safety, Holiday Safety, Weather Safety, Carbon Monoxide, Poison Prevention and more
Learn About: Summer Weather Safety
City Guidelines for Recreational Fires
Call Before You Dig
Call North Dakota One Call at 1-800-795-0555 or
811 to make sure that you don't run into any underground utilities.
If you have any questions regarding the One Call procedure, or need information
before making the call, you may call the City Engineer's office at (701)
662-7600, ext. 226.