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The Rapid City Public Library Board of Trustees will meet at 12 p.m. on Monday, June 8, 2020. View Agenda
After more than 24 years of service to the citizens of Rapid City, Chief Karl Jegeris has announced his intent to depart his leadership position at the Rapid City Police Department. He will be leaving to join the Children’s Home Society of South Dakota as their Director of Collaborative Excellence.…
This is an overview of Rapid City Community Development projects and locations.  Community Development RAP Sheet Newsletter - May, 2020
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**DOWNTOWN PARKING METER GUIDELINES RESUME JUNE 1: Effective Monday, June 1, the City will resume normal implementation of parking meter guidelines in downtown Rapid City.  The 15-minute 'free parking' feature returns (remember to press the (+) button!) and paid meter parking will again include Saturdays.  **CITY'S CORONAVIRUS RESOURCE HUB PROVIDES IMPORTANT…
Assistant Chief of Police Don Hedrick has been accepted into the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health as a Bloomberg Fellow. Assistant Chief Hedrick is one of fifty-eight Bloomberg Fellows this year, and is one of eight leaders in the nation to receive the fellowship to pursue a Doctor…
The Rapid City Police Department has recently learned that one of its officers has tested positive for COVID-19. The RCPD learned of the positive test result late Monday afternoon. When the officer first began developing symptoms, he immediately informed his supervisor. In accordance with CDC guidelines, the officer has not…
The Rapid City Police Department is scheduled for an assessment as part of a program to achieve re-accreditation by verifying it meets professional standards. The original on-site assessment was postponed due to the COVID-19 travel restrictions placed on assessors from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA). The…
EMERGENCY SHELTER FOR SICK HOMELESS OPERATIONAL AND READY FOR USE Temporary Facility Is Collaborative Effort Among Numerous Entities; Will Provide Services To Homeless Clients Who Are Sick With No Options RAPID CITY, SD--Rapid City's Emergency Shelter for sick homeless individuals is entering the operational phase and ready for use.            …
The Rapid City Police Department continues to investigate a total of five business break-ins taking place throughout the early morning hours of April 19th. Police are turning to the public’s help for identifying the suspects responsible for a burglary/theft at 3851 Eglin Street. Police were called to the address at…
The Rapid City Police Department is currently investigating multiple early-morning burglaries. At the time of this release, one suspect has been taken into custody. At around 3:55 a.m. on April 19th, police were dispatched to 643 North Lacrosse Street for an alarm. On arrival, police observed that one of the…
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