Downtown Design Review Board

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After the 1997 flood, it was apparent something needed to be done to preserve the remaining historic buildings and character of downtown.  The Downtown Design Review Board was established to meet those needs.  The purpose of the Downtown Design Review Board is to coordinate the characteristics of structures in the downtown district, preserve and enhance historical character and scale of downtown, to protect from adverse effects of poor design, appearance and inferior quality and to encourage good professional design practices consistent with characteristics of the downtown district, and to facilitate new development within the district.

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Membership:  

The board is composed of 7 member with 1 member of the Grand Forks Historic Preservation Commission (GFHPC) and appointed by the GFHPC, 2 members of the public with professional background in history, architectural history, and/or architecture nominated by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council, 3 members of the public owning property or owning and operating businesses located within the central business district nominated by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council,  and the final member being of the Planning & Zoning Commission appointed by that body.   Members serve 3 calendar year terms.

 

  • OPEN
    Downtown Business Owner/Operator Representative
    Term Expires: 
  • OPEN
    Downtown Business Owner/Operator Representative
    Term Expires:
  • Chuck Flemmer

    Historical Preservation Commission Representative
    Term Expires: Based on Historical Preservation Commission

  • Leah Byzewski
    History Representative
    Term Expires: June 4, 2021
  • Alex Reichert
    P & Z Representative
    Term Expires: Based on P & Z Membership
  • Dave Badman
    Downtown Business Owner/Operator Representative
    Term Expires: November 17, 2020
  • Kate Kvamme, AIA
    Architectural Representative - ICON Architects
    Term Expires: November 6, 2020

Staff

Andrea Edwardson, Senior Planner
Email   746-2658

 

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CANCELLED: Sport Event Risk Management - AWR167

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The National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4) is established at The University of Southern Mississippi (USM) and is the world’s leading academic research institution in addressing sports safety and security risks and threats. NCS4 is partially underwritten by grants from the United States Department of Homeland Security and functions with the ambitious mission of conducting innovative research, provide training, enhance professional development, and assess security solutions to support the advancement of safety and security throughout the world.

The research and educational mission of NCS4 is accomplished by working in close partnership with industry professionals, researchers and academics, and national and international government agencies to develop and deploy practical performance improvement tools and applications that bolster the capacity of practitioners to respond effectively to the current and future safety and security challenges and issues.

 

Sign up early to secure your spot and share this course information with others whom you feel may benefit from this training.  These courses are being offered FREE of charge.

Registration link: https://teex.org/Pages/class-calendar.aspx  (*filter State to ND to find our classes)

 

Sport Event Risk Management

AWR167 - 16.00 Hours

June 2 & 3, 2020

8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Public Works Building, 724 N 47 St, Grand Forks, ND

Description

The Sport Event Risk Management course is designed to build sport and special event risk management

capabilities for community-wide collaboration and mitigation. Through activity-based training modules, safety

and security teams will increase their knowledge of planning, risk assessment, training, and continuous

improvement practices. The expectation is for participants to return to their respective sport venues and

coordinate the development or enhancement of a sport event security management system.

 

Contact me with any questions.

 

Jen Berger

Director of Emergency Management

Office of Emergency Management

Department of Public Safety

University of North Dakota

3851 Campus Road Stop 9031

Grand Forks, North Dakota 58202-9031

O 701.777.3341

D 701.777.2030

C 701.330.4884

F 701.777.4132

jennifer.r.berger@UND.edu

Contact me with any questions.

 

Jen Berger

Director of Emergency Management

Office of Emergency Management

Department of Public Safety

University of North Dakota

 

3851 Campus Road Stop 9031

Grand Forks, North Dakota 58202-9031

 

O 701.777.3341

D 701.777.2030

C 701.330.4884

F 701.777.4132

 

jennifer.r.berger@UND.edu

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