Public Announcements

2014 Construction Season:  Road reports can be found here, and will be updated throughout the season.  Read more...


April  7th:  Frequently asked questions regarding flooded properties; AKA "Zombie Homes" are answered in the document found here.


April 4th:  Street sweeping operations will begin this Sunday, April 6th.  Read more...


March 28th:  The city has hired the The Prothman Company recruiting firm to assist in the search for a new City Manager.  Read more...


March 25th:  A Public Comment period is open from now through April 1st at 4:30 PM regarding the CDBG-DR Amendment 7.  Click here for the full text of Amendment 7.


March 25th:  Compost sites will reopen this Saturday, March 29th.  For more details, click here.  For a compost site map, click here.


March 13th:  2014 load restrictions for all paved and hard surfaced streets in the City of Minot have been published.  Restrictions begin 7AM Monday, March 17th, 2014.  Read more... 


March 10th:  Public Notice regarding non-compete process for mosquito control.  Read more...


March 3rd: There is still time to get your packets in - get involved!  Election information for City of Minot Aldermen, Mayor and Park Board positions Read more...


February 28th:  The search for City Manager continues, but a new City Attorney has been selected pending approval from the City Council on Monday.  Read more...


February 19th:  The City of Minot has launched the Small Rental Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Program.  For more details please click here.  Application forms can be found here.


February 4th:  Municipal Judge Aaron Vibeto announces he will not seek reelection.  Read more...


Jan. 27th:  Building Permits in Minot reach 2nd highest levels on record.  Read More...


Dec. 30th:  Minot City Transit routes will change starting Monday, January 6th.  Read more...


Dec. 26th:  Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) nears record amounts.  Read more...


Nov. 19th: The 2014 Snow Plan for the City of Minot has been released.  Read More...

For a detailed explanation of the snow plan, click here.


Nov. 8th:  City Issues Record Bonds.  Read More...


Nov. 8th:  Residents are reminded that using campers, tents or FEMA trailers as housing is illegal in the city limits and the 2 miles surrounding the city unless it is a flooded property and an Interim Permit has been issued.  Read More...


Nov 8th:  Purchases made to repair residences after the 2011 flood may be available for a sales tax rebate.  Full text of the bill is available here:  Flood Sales Tax Rebate - HB1459