Rapid City News Room (781 items)

PUBLIC REMINDED TO HEED ADVISORIES, WARNINGS AHEAD OF SUMMER STORMS RAPID CITY, SD--Throughout the summer season, forecasts often call for possible heavy rains with possible flash flooding.         With the potential for severe weather and possible flash flood impacts, City, county and weather service officials advise the public…
PUBLIC REMINDED TO ACCESS OPTIONS TO REPORT INFRASTRUCTURE ISSUES Online feature can be used to report potholes, non-working street lights, traffic signs, other issues RAPID CITY, SD—City officials are reminding the public to access and utilize a pair of features to report public infrastructure issues such as potholes, non-working street…
RESIDENTS REMINDED TO OBSERVE SUMMER WATER RESTRICTIONS Annual odd-even conservation measures enforced June 1-August 31 RAPID CITY—With the local area experiencing very hot temperatures and drying conditions, homeowners are reminded to observe the City’s water conservation measures, commonly referred to as water restrictions.             The City utilizes mandatory water conservation…
CITY OFFERS TWO POOL PROMOTIONS FOR QUICK RELIEF FROM HOT TEMPS RAPID CITY, SD—With the arrival of hot temperatures, City Parks and Recreation officials remind the public to take advantage of a pair of cool promotions at City pools this summer.             The special features at the three City pools…
DON’T PARK THERE! City Committee Reminds Public Not to Park in Striped Access Parking Spaces RAPID CITY, SD—The annual Sturgis motorcycle rally is just a little over two weeks away from its official start and the Rapid City Disability Awareness and Accessibility Committee is reminding motorcyclists and all drivers to refrain…
MORE HIKERS PARTICIPATED IN SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE’S TRAIL CHALLENGE RAPID CITY, SD—A total of 126 hikers participated in the annual Earth Day Trail Challenge in May and June.  Despite weather conditions, event organizers were pleased with the increased level of interest and participation.             This year’s number was an increase over…
RENOVATED SIOUX PARK PLAYGROUND OPENS FOR PLAY RAPID CITY, SD--City Parks Division Manager Scott Anderson indicates maintenance crews completed final cleanup and adjustments at the renovated Sioux Park playground and the area is open to public access.             The popular park had been closed since November 1 so crews could…
‘YOUTH RIDE FREE’ TRANSIT OPTION EXTENDS TO SUMMER MONTHS FOR LOCAL YOUTH RAPID CITY, SD—Rapid Transit System officials remind community youth and their families the popular ‘Youth Ride Free’ program isn’t just a transportation option for the school year, but also extends to the summer months.             “We see a…
CITY, COUNTY, FEDERAL OFFICIALS ADDRESS PACTOLA WATER RELEASES, DOWNSTREAM IMPACTS, WATER RESTRICTIONS RAPID CITY, SD—City, county and federal officials gathered recently at Sioux Park along Rapid Creek to address recent water releases from Pactola and Deerfield Reservoirs, the increased stream flows in Rapid Creek through Rapid City, shared safety precautions…
105 YEARS OLD! MUNICIPAL BAND KICKS OFF SEASON OF CONCERTS THIS WEDNESDAY Community band has been entertaining audiences  with free concerts for 105 years RAPID CITY, SD—The Rapid City Municipal Band will kick off another season of weekly free concerts tomorrow (Wednesday) beginning at 8 p.m. at the Memorial Park…

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