WHAT'S HAPPENING
CITY OF KINDRED
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

2x a week for 1 hour

Mondays and Fridays
at 10:30am

All Equipment furnished
No charg
e

Sponsored by
Community of Care
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CITY UTILITY BILL
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Click
HERE to view the
registration form.  
Kindred Area Ambulance Service
will be offering
CPR and First Aid
Courses on the third 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.
CLICK HERE for more information
and to sign up for
CodeRED alerts to
receive emergency notifications from
Cass County
City of Kindred is looking to fill a vacant seat 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.

Congrats to all the talented

Kindred School District Champs!!

GO VIKINGS!!!
Congratulations to the Class B Girls Basketball State Champions!
Congratulations to the Vikette Dance Team for winning
their 7th straight Jazz State Championship &
their 2nd straight triple crown — winning the Pom, Hip Hop
& Jazz State Titles! The Vikettes hold the state record for
consecutive State Championship Titles!
Congratulations to the Kindred Wrestlers that placed at
STATE WRESTLING! Top left: Carter Schmitz placed 2nd,
Easton Ogren placed 4th and Brock Roesler placed 4th.
Congratulations to the Kindred Boys Basketball team on their Class B Region 1 Runner-Up title!
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.

There are two different job openings:

The first wave of jobs will be the mostly address canvassers.
If selected for a job interview, phone calls will be made to applicants
starting about the middle of June 2019.
If selected, paid job training will start the first week of August 2019
and may last approximately 3 days.
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 next wave of jobs will be mostly census takers.
These jobs will also last four to eight weeks.
Same pay. Same mileage rate. More paid training.
The jobs start in early 2020.

You only need to apply once.
You should apply as soon as possible for the best chance at getting
hired.

Apply on line at:
https://2020census.gov/jobs
If applicants have problems or questions, call 1-855-JOB-2020

KINDRED FLOOD 2019 INFORMATION

Kindred City Council decided to “Declare a State of Emergency” on March 22, 2019. This action was made as more of an administrative action that allows for
emergency preparedness than an emergency response. In order for the city to seek reimbursement from the federal government for any/all flood precaution/actions, we
make an emergency declaration first. This gives us the opportunity to re-coup some of our flood assessment costs and potential flood response costs if need be.
Additionally, if conditions look to change drastically and the need arises, the City is now able to call upon the US Army Corps of Engineers for flood fighting assistance.

Although the flood impact for the city limits of the City of Kindred appears to be minimal this season, it’s important that we do everything we can to support our rural
community members who are more affected by the flood. The following is a list of ways you can keep yourselves and your neighbors informed and to lend support our
rural community members:

  • PLEASE DISCHARGE YOUR SUMP PUMPS INTO YOUR YARD, NOT INTO THE SEWER SYSTEM. Our lagoon is feeling the stresses of the excess water as well, so
    discharging your sump pump water into greenspace will help to better manage the City's lift stations and lagoon levels.

  • Rural residents should contact one of the following for sandbag materials, assistance with flooding issues or for more information:
  • Cass County residents
  • Richland County residents