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  • traffic-cones-isolated Road Closure Chestnut St.

    Crews will be closing the 200 block of Chestnut St. on Monday, Nov. 3, 2014

  • traffic-cones-isolated Lane Closure N. Columbia Road

    N. Columbia Road will be down to one lane north of Gateway Dr.

  • traffic-cones-isolated Lane Closures S. Columbia Road

    Motorists should be aware of potential lane closures on S. Columbia Road between 36th Ave. S. and 47th Ave. S.

  • City Hall Icon A Halloween Safety Message from the Grand Forks Police and Fire Departments

    Halloween is one of the most thrilling nights of the year for children, and also one of the most dangerous.

  • City Hall Icon Upstander Award presented to Coach Mike Berg

    Grand Forks, ND – Mayor Michael R. Brown presented Coach Mike Berg with the first Upstander Award for his work with the Safer Tomorrows Program, Coaching Boys To Men (CBIM). Mr. Berg spent 31 years with the Grand Forks School District as a teacher and a coach. After he retired, he signed on with the Safer Tomorrows coalition to help lead a brand new program called Coaching Boys into Men (CBIM)

  • City Hall Icon Mayor Brown joins US Conference of Mayors Campaign to End Bullying

    Grand Forks, ND – Mayor Michael R. Brown will officially sign on to the Mayor’s Campaign to End Bullying at the Mayor’s Cabinet for Young People meeting this Wednesday, October 29th at 11:30 am in Grand Forks City Council Chambers. The U.S. Conference of Mayors, working in coordination with The Bully Project, is spearheading the national Mayor’s Campaign to End Bullying that includes resolutions to eradicate bullying, access to the movie Bully, and various parent and educator resources.

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