Public Announcements

CONSTRUCTION UPDATES:  Click here for the latest.  This list will be updated each Friday and will cover all of the summer construction projects involving the City of Minot.  Please keep in mind that certain projects being overseen by the NDDOT or Ward County may not be listed.  We have also created a map of all construction zones and will update it periodically.  Click here for the map.


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 periodically.  Latest update:  May 28th-2015. For program details, click here


June 22nd:  Minot Advances to Phase II of the National Disaster Resilience Competition.  Read more...


June 17th:  The company proposing an opioid treatment facility in Minot will hold a town hall meeting on Monday, June 22nd.  Click here for details.


May 19th: The proposed Alcoholic Beverage ordinance will be heard by the Liquor and Gambling Control Committee on Wednesday, May 27th.  To read the proposed ordinance, click here.


May 5th: Governor Dalrymple joined local officials on a tour of the new Minot International Airport Terminal.  For the story and photos, click here.


April 29th:  Applications for Community Facilities Projects funded through sales tax revenues will be accepted between May 1st and May 29th.  Click here for information and to download the application.


April 8th:  City Leaders have met with representatives from FEMA to discuss changes to the National Flood Insurance Program.  Click here for details.


April 4th:  Mayor Barney's quarterly update to the citizens can be read here.


April 4th:  The residential street sweeping schedule has been released.  Click here for details.


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!