|Come and see the many
museum items displayed at
Kindred City Hall!
|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 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)
|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
receive emergency notifications from
|City of Kindred Sanitary Sewer Notice on "Flushables"
We have seen an influx in a number of “flushable” items appear in the City’s sanitary sewer lift stations recently, possibly due to toilet paper
shortages. In an effort to prevent serious and costly plumbing problems, we’d like to offer you a friendly PSA on what you should and
SHOULDN’T flush down the toilet…
Many items you use daily are labeled “flushable”, unfortunately, that doesn’t mean they degrade or breakdown over time.
From cotton swabs to feminine products to wet wipes, many products labeled “flushable” belong in the trash. They may be out of your sight
once they are flushed, but they don’t break down and can cause sewer blockages and backups that lead to costly cleanups and repairs.
Remember: The toilet is NOT a trash can!
Place a small trash can near each toilet in your home. Line it with a small trash bag or reuse a plastic grocery bag for easy cleanup of the
It’s that easy!
Don’t forget to wash your hands!
Please share with anyone who uses the toilet facilities in your home or business.
Thank you for your help to keep your sewer lines problem free!
|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
contact Tabitha Arnaud, City Auditor
The report is also available HERE.
|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
|CITY OF KINDRED, ND