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**TRAFFIC RESTRICTION: DISK DRIVE & HAINES AVENUE: Effective Monday, August 12, the area near the intersection of Disk Drive and Haines Avenue will have multiple lane closures that will restrict traffic for a utility and street replacement project.  Motorists are encouraged to utilize alternate routes to avoid the I-90 Exit 58…
This is an overview of Rapid City Community Development projects and locations.    Community Development RAP Sheet   Newsletter - August, 2019
Rapid City police are turning to the public for help in locating 37-year-old Jacey Murphy of Rapid City. Murphy’s last contact with family was on July 26th. She is believed to be in possession of her cell phone, however, calls to the phone have gone unanswered. Her family is concerned…
Rapid City police are soliciting the public’s help in their investigation into the whereabouts of 49-year-old Paul Oxton of Rapid City. Oxton was reported missing on July 3rd after family were unable to make contact with him. On July 14th, his family reported that he had made contact with them…
38-year-old Steven Jackson is in custody at the Pennington County Jail after burglarizing a residence in the early afternoon hours of July 22nd. At around 10:50 a.m. on July 22nd, police received a report of a vehicle being driven by felony warrant suspect Steven Jackson spotted in 1300 block of…
PARKING IMPLEMENTATION UPDATE (JULY 19): The vast majority of the 620 parking meters have now been installed in the downtown core.  The meters are currently taking credit cards, coins, tokens, Google/Apple Pay and you may pay by the ‘Park Smarter’ application. The courtesy 15-minute ‘quick trip’ option is available by pressing…
CITY SEEKS PUBLIC INPUT ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING Online survey solicits feedback on issue RAPID CITY--The City's Community Development Department is seeking public input on affordable housing in the community through a survey.  The data will assist in the preparation of a policy on affordable housing to be considered by the…
Four new officer-recruits have begun their training with the Rapid City Police Department. The new recruits will be officially sworn in as officers on July 18th. This recruit class consists of: Jack DiPasquale – Originally from Rochester, NY, Officer DiPasquale comes to the RCPD after receiving his degree in Writing…
Rapid City police are turning to the public for help in an ongoing investigation into racist graffiti discovered at Vicki Powers Park in early June. Police were made aware of the graffiti on June 1st and quickly worked to eradicate what remained. In the time since the graffiti was discovered,…
Through the use of DNA forensic genealogy, Rapid City police have identified the suspect responsible for the death of 60-year-old Gwen Miller. Ms. Miller, a Rapid City pharmacist, was located strangled and sexually assaulted in her bed at her home on Hall Street in 1968. The closure of the case…
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