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  • Leaf Collection

    Fall Leaf Collection began on Monday, Oct. 9, 2017. Crews are following the Street Maintenance Schedule to help facilitate faster passes through town.

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    Click Here for voting information on the Nov. 7, 2017 City of Grand Forks Special Election

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    The city would like to welcome all UND students back to Grand Forks.

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    Follow all of the road construction projects this summer.

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    Earn $20 by avoiding a Street Maintenance ticket. Check out the Street Maintenance schedule for the entire city.

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  • C.A.T. logo icon Grand Forks Cities Area Transit Route Shout App Update

    The Cities Area Transit Routeshout app has been upgraded to the new and improved Routeshout 2.0. The original app added Grand Forks Cities Area Transit routes in 201. Grand Forks is the first community in North Dakota to be added to RouteShoute.

  • traffic-cones-isolated Lane Closure 1st. Ave. S.

    Crews will be closing one lane of traffic on the 500 block of 1st Ave. S. by the Grand Forks Police Department.

  • City Hall Icon Ward 5 Meeting

    Grand Forks, ND – City Council Member Sandi Marshall will be hosting a ward meeting for Ward 5 residents to answer questions, address neighborhood concerns and offer general city information.

  • City Hall Icon Vacuum Leaf Collection Starts Week of Oct. 9, 2017

    City of Grand Forks Vacuum Leaf Collection will begin the week of October 9, 2017 with crews planning to make at least two complete passes through town, weather permitting.

  • City Hall Icon Ward 3 Meetings Scheduled

    Grand Forks, ND – City Councilman Bret Weber will be holding two upcoming ward meetings for Ward 3 residents to answer questions, address neighborhood concerns and offer general city information.

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