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Featured May 25, 2017

What's News In The City

**CITY OFFICES CLOSED ON MEMORIAL DAY: In observance of Memorial Day, City offices will be closed on Monday, May 29. Monday's trash collection is scheduled for Tuesday with Tuesday-to-Friday collections remaining the same for Memorial Day Week.  The Landfill,  Rapid Transit, Rapid City Library facilities and Rushmore Plaza Civic Center will…
Memorial Day Adjusted Trash Collection Schedule
The Rapid City Police Department is hosting a series of public engagement events aimed at bolstering interaction between Rapid City residents and their respective Sector Lieutenants. The first meeting is scheduled for 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 25th at Black Hills Bagels. The May 25th ‘Coffee with a Cop’ event…
The Rapid City Police Department is helping the City of Rapid City roll out the red carpet as approximately 3,000 guests from all over the world begin to arrive in Rapid City for the International Collegiate Programming Contest. The event runs May 20th through May 25th. ICPC 2017 will be…
In its commitment to public safety, the Rapid City Police Department will participate in saturation patrols during the nationwide law enforcement mobilization campaign known as ‘Click it or Ticket.’ The campaign runs May 22nd to June 4th. The RCPD will be adding officers during its standard shifts to aid in…
Law enforcement officers will run across the state with Special Olympics athletes, carrying the Flame of Hope to the site of the 2017 Summer Games in Spearfish. Members of local law enforcement and local athletes will pick up the Flame of Hope at Rapid City High School at 2:30 p.m.…
On May 9th, the Rapid City Police Department conducted compliance checks of local alcohol establishments.  A total of 17 establishments were checked and 16 were found to be in compliance. One of the establishments, On the Border (located at 1331 East North Street), sold alcohol to underage police informants. The…
Featured May 05, 2017

May Newsletter

Dear Rapid City Resident: In this newsletter you will find updates on the following: May Happenings in Rapid City April Permit Valuations New City Budget Analyst Parks and Recreation Registration View Newsletter here: May 2017   As mayor, my top priority is to help Rapid City become the best possible place to live…
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