|BONE BUILDERS at Kindred City
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
|City of Kindred is looking to fill
one vacant seat on the Special
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
fill two additional seats on the Renaissance Zone Committee.
The Renaissance Zone’s primary goal is to strengthen Kindred’s overall economic development
program by incentivizing the redevelopment or rehabilitation of structures, both residential and
commercial, that will improve the city’s visual appearance, increase property value, create jobs,
and increase population in Kindred.
The Renaissance Zone Committee’s responsibilities include reviewing then approving/denying
applications and conducting site visits of the projects to make sure progress is being made in
accordance with the application specifications. The Committee will also engage in efforts to
promote the program through public meetings and workshops.
Interested parties should contact Kindred City Hall for more information.
Documents for reference:
Kindred Renaissance Zone Development Plan - Draft(11-04-2020)
Kindred 2020 Plan (by NDSU in 2011)
|VIEW & PAY YOUR
CITY UTILITY BILL
ACH Auto Pay by Bank Draft
has NO FEES!!! Complete this
ACH REGISTRATION FORM
or find one at City Hall.
|Cass County has replaced its
emergency alert program, formally
“CodeRed”, with an updated
version called “CassClayAlerts”
a new emergency notification
system for Cass County, ND and
Clay County, MN.
For additional information and to
register for emergency alerts,
please visit their webpage by
clicking this link
|The Annual Drinking Water
Quality Report for the year 2019 is
available to any interested parties.
To obtain a copy of the
“Consumer Confidence Report”
contact Tabitha Arnaud, City Auditor
The report is also available HERE.
|CITY OF KINDRED, ND
|Have more time at home?
Of course, you do!
Need some ideas to keep
those kiddos busy??
Check out our local library, arts,
parks and Kindred School's PTO
Facebook pages for activities and
upcoming events to look forward to!
Kindred Public Library
Kindred Area Arts Partnership
Kindred Parks and Recreation
|Compost Roll Off Update – Dumpsters are NOW AVAILABLE!
The rolloff dumpsters are located on Elm Street west of the railroad tracks by the City Shop.
COMPOST/YARD WASTE COLLECTION SITE RULES
FOR USE BY CITY RESIDENTS ONLY -- COMMERCIAL USE PROHIBITED
ACCEPTABLE YARD WASTE:
LEAVES, GRASS CLIPPINGS, GARDEN TRIMMINGS, EXCESS FRUIT & VEGETABLE SCRAPS.
NO plastic bags. Please empty contents from bags and dispose of the bags in receptacle or reuse them!
NO tree stumps. NO branches allowed at this time. We will provide notice on this at a later date.
If the dumpsters are full, please DO NOT leave yard waste on the ground. Please check back the following day, as we monitor
these daily and request empty dumpsters as needed.
THIS PROPERTY IS NOT A COLLECTION SITE FOR APPLIANCES OR JUNK OF ANY SORT. THIS IS CONSIDERED
ILLEGAL DUMPING AND IS PUNISHABLE BY FINES. REFER TO KINDRED CITY ORDINANCE NO. 15-0311.
THIS PROPERTY IS UNDER 24-HOUR CAMERA SURVEILLANCE.
If you see a violation of this service, you can call Cass County Sheriff’s Non-Emergency Dispatch at 701-451-7660 to file a
Cass County Declares Fire Emergency and Burn Ban Until Further Notice
Cass County has been and continues to be in a period of abnormally dry conditions combined with high winds, which could result
in the potential for fires. Therefore, the Board of Cass County Commissioners has declared a Fire Emergency and Burn
Ban. There should be NO burning of any kind!
Follow Kindred Fire Department on Facebook for current updates and additional safety tips.
Once the burn ban is lifted, please read the following burning ordinances for year round compliance & safety per City of Kindred
and State Fire Marshall’s office:
*Burning shall only occur within an approved manufactured device or structure which ensures that the fire shall be
contained and shall not escape from the device.
*Approved devices include manufactured fire rings, outdoor fireplaces, and outdoor burning stations.
*Approved devices do not include burning barrels, old recycled wheels, or other iron or junk materials.
*Bonfires are not permitted.
*Only clean and dry wood shall be burned. It is strictly prohibited to burn rubbish, railroad ties, tires, plastic, and/or
*All fires must be maintained and supervised by an adult at all times. Any fire discovered not maintained and
supervised by an adult shall be extinguished, and the property upon which the fire has been maintained shall be
specially assessed the cost of such extinguishment.
*A fire extinguisher shall be maintained a minimum of 15 feet from any fire.
*Any fire shall be contained in an approved structure located not less than 15 feet from any and all structures
*All fires shall be maintained so as not to become a nuisance by producing excess smoke which injuries or disturbs
the use and enjoyment of neighboring properties.
Thank you for your cooperation!
Full City Ordinance file can be found here: Kindred_City_Ordinances_12.07.2020_FULL_DOCUMENT
|Congratulations to Kindred Vikings Boys Basketball 2021 STATE CHAMPIONS!!!
|Welcome Home Celebration streamed via Magnitude Sports - Click for YouTube Link