|Come and see the many
museum items displayed at
Kindred City Hall!
|BONE BUILDERS at Kindred City Hall
Open to everyone, including men, concerned about Osteoporosis
2 times a week for 1 hour
Mondays and Fridays at 10:30am
All equipment furnished. No charge
Sponsored by Community of Care
|Kindred Area Ambulance Service
will be offering CPR and First Aid Courses on the
3rd Thursdays of each month.
Fees vary based on course. Pre-registration is required.
Contact Rachel at 701-238-3631
or Cindy at 701-428-3131 for more information.
|City of Kindred is looking to fill two vacant
seats on the Special Assessment Committee.
The only qualification is to live within Kindred city limits!
Must attend two-four meetings per project that requires
assessments to be certified to City parcels.
Interested parties can contact Kindred City Hall
for more information.
|City of Kindred is looking to recruit interested
residents and business owners to
create an Economic Development Committee
and Renaissance Board.
As our community continues to grow and progress,
we are focusing to ensure we are ready to
welcome all that the future holds!
Interested parties should contact Kindred City Hall
for more information.
Document: Kindred 2020 Plan (by NDSU in 2011)
|The U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting thousands
of people across the country to assist with the
2020 Census count.
Earn extra income while helping your community.
Currently seeking 2020 Census Takers.
These jobs will generally last four to eight weeks.
The salary for these jobs is $15.50 per hour.
Mileage will be paid at 58 cents per mile.
The average work week will be 20 to 40 hours per week.
The jobs start in early 2020.
Apply on line at: https://2020census.gov/jobs
If applicants have problems or questions, call 1-855-JOB-2020
|VIEW & PAY YOUR
CITY UTILITY BILL
ACH Auto Pay by Bank Draft
has NO FEES!!! Complete this
or find one at City Hall.
|CLICK HERE for more information
and to sign up for CodeRED alerts to
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|City of Kindred Snow Season Reminders & Ordinances
property should be moved to a place on your own property. If streets have already been cleared and the City has to return to clean
up snow that was removed from your property, applicable fees could be assessed to your property.
• Hired or commercial snow contractors are prohibited from clearing snow on city streets. Any damages to city
property could be assessed to the contractor and/or property owner.
2. Vehicles must be removed from the roadways after any snowfall event so snow removal activities are not obstructed.
Any vehicle found in violation can be towed and impounded at the owner’s expense and, in addition, may be punished by a fine.
• Keep your garbage and recycling totes out of the streets and alleyways, instead leaving them within your
driveways/greenspaces. Snow removal is much more efficient and quicker if these are kept away from the area of operations;
damaged/tipped totes are also reduced. The Waste Management trucks have an extendable arm that allows them to reach the totes
out of the streets/alleyways.
3. It is the responsibility of the owner and occupants of the property to remove snow and ice on public sidewalks within 48 hours of
snowfall to avoid incurring snow removal fees from the City.
4. To ensure uninterrupted mail delivery, property owners and occupants must remove snow and ice around mailboxes. Contact the
Kindred Post Office on their rules and regulations for winter mail delivery.
5. Talk to your children about safety while playing on the snow piles. Fresh snowfall creates a scurry of plows, tractors, and machines
to move it all. We also know that kids get excited for the sledding and tunneling hills. Safety is always on the attentive minds of snow
removal drivers but with the piles increasing in size, the ability to see children playing on/in the snow piles can be difficult. Please
watch over your children and know where they are playing.
6. The city snow removal crew aims to keep emergency routes clear while opening up other areas of town simultaneously. We would
like to thank you for your cooperation and patience as our staff moves throughout our community clearing the way for our residents!
It is greatly appreciated!!
Click HERE for a list of snow and parking related city ordinances.
|ATTENTION CITY OF KINDRED WATER USERS
The Annual Drinking Water Quality Report for the year 2018 is available to any
interested parties. To obtain a copy of the “Consumer Confidence Report”
contact Tabitha Arnaud, City Auditor at 701-428-3115.
The report is also available HERE.
|The Kindred Park Board
is seeking ideas and input from the
community regarding recreation
opportunities and amenities.
Please complete this brief survey at
your earliest convenience.
Thank you in advance for helping
shaping the future of our community
and the services we provide.