Rapid City News Room (460 items)

RAPID CITY RESIDENTS SHARE INPUT ON COVID-19 WITH MAYOR ALLENDER Mayor's Survey Monkey Attracts 1261 Responses, One Week 'Snapshot' of Opinions Sheds Light On COVID Impacts RAPID CITY, SD--How has COVID-19 impacted Rapid City residents?  According to more than 1,260 people responding to an online Survey Monkey produced by Mayor…
COVID PANDEMIC DOESN'T SILENCE LOCAL BUILDING PERMIT ACTIVITY April Permit Valuation Tops $10 Million RAPID CITY, SD--As the nation took a virtual one-two punch in April delivered by the COVID-19 pandemic, City officials were pleased no knockout punches connected locally from the virus as local residents and developers responded with…
Playgrounds, Restrooms, Swim Center, Ice Arena remain closed RAPID CITY, SD--The Rapid City Parks and Recreation Department and Rapid City Area Schools are reopening numerous outdoor facilities closed in March due to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in the state.             Today (April 30), Rapid City Area Schools will…
CITY TO HONOR FRONT LINE WORKERS WITH 'LET IT SHINE' TRIBUTE FRIDAY Organizations, residents to shine light to honor efforts of COVID health, front line workers RAPID CITY, SD--Rapid City will 'Let It Shine' Friday night, joining other South Dakota cities in honoring the state's health care and other workers…
COMMUNICATION, EDUCATION KEY TO ENFORCING GUIDELINES EASING BUSINESS RESTRICTIONS Mayor Allender:  'Compliance Is Everyone's Job' Continued non-compliance may result in fine RAPID CITY, SD--With the City Council's approval Monday night to ease restrictions on certain businesses, the City's code enforcement division will be communicating guidance and information to business owners…
COVID Community Updates, Resources Information; Feeding and Donation Maps, Twitter Connections Among Features RAPID CITY, SD--In an effort to keep the community updated on local impacts and information related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Rapid City today has launched its Coronavirus Response Hub.             The Coronavirus Response Hub…
COVID Community Updates, Resources Information; Feeding and Donation Maps, Twitter Connections Among Features RAPID CITY, SD--In an effort to keep the community updated on local impacts and information related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Rapid City recently launched its Coronavirus Response Hub.             The Coronavirus Response Hub can…
The Rapid City Council will meet in special session Monday, April 27 at 5:30 p.m. in Council Chambers to consider a plan to ease restrictions set forth in an emergency ordinance passed in late March.  The emergency ordinance included restrictions impacting certain businesses, establishments and activities.      The public…
April 15, 2020 * COLLECTIONS SERVICE PROCEDURES: Residential garbage and recycling will be collected on the regular schedule. Drivers are NOT ALLOWED to exit their vehicles on their routes except for emergencies. All garbage and recycling MUST be inside the city-issued containers or it WILL NOT be collected. Please bag…
(APRIL 17/2:15 p.m. Update): With additional releases from Pactola Reservoir, City officials advise the public to use caution when approaching low-lying areas of the City's bike path this weekend.  The crossing at Fifth Street is likely to be flooded this weekend.  The bike path underpass crossing areas at Canyon Lake…

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