Public Announcements

2014 Construction Season:  Road reports can be found here, and will be updated throughout the season - latest update: September 12th.  Read more...


September 17th: For a great tutorial on the city's Geographical Information System (GIS), follow this link for the first official GIS newsletter.  GIS is a great tool for the public, and it's free to use!


August 29th:  Airport terminal project receives big boost from FAA.  Read more...


August 11th:  Just a reminder that camping in the city limits is prohibited.  Please read this release for more details.


July 25th:  New City Manager confirmed by full City Council.  Read more...


July 14th:  Round two of mosquito spraying will take place this week.  More details can be found here.


June 26th:  The 2013 City of Minot Water Quality Report has been released.  The full report can be found here.


May 5th:  The City of Minot Capital Improvements Plan is no wish list.  Read the full article here.


April 30th:  A reminder that once the grass starts growing, it can not exceed 8 inches per city ordinance.  Read more...


April 30th:  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...


April 24th:  The residential street sweeping schedule has been finalized.  Click here for the full schedule.


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:  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... 


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. 8th:  City Issues Record Bonds.  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