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Posted on: December 4, 2018

Mayor unveils Adopt a Sidewalk program

Minot Mayor Shaun Sipma unveiled a new program at the Dec. 3 City Council meeting aimed at improving the walkability in Minot neighborhoods.

Sipma unveiled details of the Adopt a Sidewalk Program, with a goal of removing snow from sidewalks on property owned by the City. Sipma said the intent is to make sidewalks safer for the public and to improve the overall accessibility of the City.

“As a community, we want to work together to make our City accessible and safe to residents who use our sidewalks every day, and that includes many people who walk to work and many children who walk to and from school,” Sipma said. “We’re appealing to adjacent property owners and service clubs as examples of who might participate in this program.”

The majority of the sidewalks that need attention are located in the valley. A map of the locations will be available on the City of Minot website at

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