Public Announcements

There will be a public meeting tonight (December 9th) to discuss the possibility of additional flood recovery funds. Read more...


SNOW REMOVAL:  Click here to view the Street Department page where you can access the full snow removal plan as well as maps indicating emergency snow routes. 


2014 Construction Season: The final road report for the 2014 season has been released.  These reports will resume in the spring of 2015. Final Report - November 17th, 2014


November 12th:  A formal 7 day public comment period has begun for Amendment 9 to the City of Minot Community Development Block Grant Action Plan.  Read More...


November 4th:  Minot officials are preparing for the upcoming legislative session and seek additional oil impact dollars from the state.  Read more...


AFFORDABLE HOUSING  Please click here to see the attached list of affordable renovated rental properties in the City of Minot.  The list will be updated every two weeks.  Latest update:  November 14th. For program details, click here


October 17th:  Landfill winter hours begin Monday, October 20th.  Winter hours are 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. For Sanitation and Landfill information, click here.


October 10th:  The Downtown Infrastructure project is taking the next step as bids for the project are being publicly advertised starting today. Read more...


Minot's RiverFront and Center project is an exciting look in to what the future could be for our great city!  Find more information here.


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!


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


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


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