|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 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 fill 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
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
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
|Kindred Snow Removal Reminders
Help us keep snow removal efficient by considering the following city ordinances:
13-1608. REMOVAL OF VEHICLES AFTER WINTER STORM. No person may park or leave a vehicle upon any roadway or highway during
or subsequent to a winter storm or snowfall event so as to hinder or obstruct snow removal activities. Any public safety officer is hereby
authorized to remove or cause to be removed to the nearest garage, or other place of safety, any vehicle found in violation of this section,
and the owner thereof will be liable for all costs of such removal and impoundment and, in addition, may be punished by a fine of not more
2-0121. SNOW AND ICE ON SIDEWALK REMOVED BY OWNER AND OCCUPANT OF PROPERTY. No snow or ice may be allowed to
stand or remain upon any public sidewalk within the City of Kindred. If any person or corporation either neglects or refuses to remove the
snow or ice on a public sidewalk abutting the person's or corporation's property, after forty-eight (48) hour notice by a City Agent, the
person or corporation will be subject to the penalties set out in Section 2-0122. In addition, the City Agent may cause the snow or ice to be
removed. The expense incurred in the removal will be charged and assessed against the abutting property by special assessment in a
manner prescribed by law.
13-0506. DUMPING OF SNOW ON CITY STREETS AND PUBLIC PROPERTY PROHIBITED. It shall be unlawful for any person,
association, partnership, corporation, or other entity to deposit, place or dump, or permit or authorize the depositing, placing or dumping of
any snow removed from parking lots, from filling station areas, or from other private property upon any City street, public property, and
public right-of-way, including public road ditches, other than a City berm immediately adjacent to private property.
Piling of snow is not allowed on the vacant lot east of City Hall or the "triangle" lot downtown.
15-0309. SNOW AND ICE REMOVAL - SIDEWALKS - NUISANCES. It shall be a nuisance and offense for any person, as owner or
occupant of any lot or tenement, to allow snow or ice to accumulate and remain upon any public sidewalk which abuts such lot or tenement.
15-0310. SNOW AND ICE REMOVAL - PUBLIC STREETS - NUISANCES. It shall be a nuisance and offense for any person to allow a motor
vehicle or other article of personal property to obstruct, prevent or otherwise hinder the removal of snow and ice from any public street, alley
or other roadway customarily used for travel.
Full City Ordinance file can be found here: Kindred_City_Ordinances_12.07.2020_FULL_DOCUMENT