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Oct 22, 2020

Williston Fire Department participates in virtual Fill the Boot campaign

Fill the Boot-InstaWILLISTON, N.D. – While unable to collect donations with physical boot in hand, the Williston Fire Department is participating in this year’s annual Muscular Dystrophy Association’s (MDA) “Fill the Boot” drive virtually.

Since 1954, the International Association of Firefighters has helped MDA fight back against muscular dystrophy and other degenerative neuromuscular diseases with the “Fill the Boot” campaign, raising nearly $275 million.

“The Fill the Boot campaign has been one of the largest contributing factors towards the battle against muscular dystrophy,” explained Division Chief of Operations, Matt Clark. “This is a great cause and any amount helps. The money we raise will help children and adults in our community and will support innovative research to change the future for people with neuromuscular disease.”

Last year, the Williston community raised over $12,000. This year’s goal is to raise $10,000.

Individuals can support WFD, Williston Local 3743, by donating through this link: https://filltheboot.donordrive.com/participant/5691.

The fundraiser will run through October 31.

For more information on this story, please contact Division Chief of Operations, Matt Clark, at 701.572.3400 or mattc@ci.williston.nd.us.

For more information on the Williston Fire Department, please visit www.wfdems.com and follow WFD on Facebook (@WillistonFire).

For more information, please visit www.cityofwilliston.com, call 701.577.8100, or stop by 22 East Broadway, Williston, ND.

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Oct 22, 2020

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Oct 21, 2020

Williston Fire Department celebrates newest recruit class

PR_Recruit Class GraduationWILLISTON, N.D. – The Williston Fire Department (WFD) is proud to announce the upcoming graduation of its 4th recruit class on Friday, October 23.

Upon graduation, the following five individuals will have successfully completed all requirements needed to be awarded the rank of Firefighter-Emergency Medical Technician (EMT):

Matthew Pazanin | Bismarck, ND
William Gutlovics | Milaca, Minnesota
Samantha Hazzard | Cherry Valley, NY
Juan Wagner | Medellin, Columbia
Charles James Meno | Carlinville, Illinois

“We are proud of these recruits,” emphasized Division Chief of Operations, Matt Clark. “They have successfully earned the title of firefighter and are now a part of the fire family.”

The WFD Fire Academy spans a year and covers the following training areas: Firefighter I and II, Hazmat Awareness and Operations, Airport Firefighter, and EMT.

A short ceremony will be held at 12:00 p.m. at Fire Station 2 located at 610 58th Street West to recognize the five newest WFD members.

Media is invited to attend this event following COVID-19 screening and social distancing guidelines. Masks are required.

For more information on this story, please contact Battalion Chief, Bradley Auttelet, at 701.572.3400 or bradleya@ci.williston.nd.us.

For more information on the Williston Fire Department, please visit www.wfdems.com and follow WFD on Facebook (@WillistonFire).

For more information, please visit www.cityofwilliston.com, call 701.577.8100, or stop by 22 East Broadway, Williston, ND.

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Oct 19, 2020

City of Williston amends internal COVID-19 Guidelines

COVID-19 Update-InstaWILLISTON, N.D. – On October 14, Governor Doug Burgum announced changes to the North Dakota (ND) Smart Restart Protocols and to COVID-19 risk levels in numerous ND counties.

As of Friday, October 16, Williams County has transitioned from the moderate risk level (yellow) to the high risk level (orange).

“There are no mandated business closures but capacity level changes with this transition and the amended ND Smart Restart Protocols,” explained City of Williston Mayor, Howard Klug. “This is also an important reminder that we need to practice social distancing, including avoiding large events and wearing masks in public and respecting businesses that require masks.”

In response to the risk level change, the City of Williston has amended its internal guidelines for workplace response and staff and visitor safety.

These guidelines, which are intended for general office environments, were introduced on September 10 and are meant to provide an additional healthy and safety layer for staff and visitors.

The COVID-19 Tiered Response Guidelines include three risk levels that correspond to the recently modified ND Smart Restart levels:

  • New Normal (blue) OR Low (green)
  • Moderate (yellow) or High (orange)
  • Critical (red)

As of Monday, October 19, the amended COVID-19 Tiered Response Guidelines are in effect at the High level.

Measures taken at the High level include:

  • Office vestibules and reception areas remain open to the public, but masks are required for all visitors and shall be provided at entry points. Staff meetings are by appointment only.
  • Until further notice, all public meetings will be offered virtually.
  • Hand sanitizer will be made available in all office vestibules, reception areas, and conference rooms for staff and public use.

As COVID-19 rates continue to fluctuate, citizens are encouraged to minimize spread through appropriate social distancing, respecting posted guidelines for businesses, and taking advantage of the opportunity to be tested.

The Upper Missouri District Health Unit (UMDHU), in conjunction with Williston State College (WSC), will host the following upcoming community COVID-19 testing events on the WSC campus in the Art Wood building:

Monday, October 19 | 4-6pm
Monday, October 26 | 4-6pm

COVID-19 testing events are open to the entire community.

Testing is free and takes only minutes, with walk up and drive thru options available. Pre-register for testing at testreg.nd.gov to minimize waiting time and expedite testing.

In addition, drive thru flu shot events are also being held on the WSC campus in the Art Wood building every Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. until November 6. Appointments can also be made by calling 701.774.6400.

Individuals are asked to bring their insurance card and a pen and to wear a mask.

For additional information on future local testing events, please follow the UMDHU on Facebook (@uppermissouridistricthealthunit).

To read the ND Smart Restart Protocols, please visit www.ndresponse.gov/covid-19-resources

For additional COVID-19 information related to the City of Williston, please visit bit.ly/WillistonCOVID-19

For additional COVID-19 information related to the Williams County level, please visit www.williamsnd.com/Department/Communications/COVID-19.

For more information, please visit www.cityofwilliston.com, call 701.577.8100, or stop by 22 East Broadway, Williston, ND.

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Oct 16, 2020

Next Planning & Zoning Meeting Online

The next Planning and Zoning Commission meeting scheduled for Monday, October 19 at 5:30pm will be hPZ Commission Meeting GoTo 10.19-Instaeld exclusively online via GoToMeeting. 

Agenda and materials for the upcoming meeting can be found here: https://bit.ly/planningandzoning

Individuals that would like to attend the meeting can join using the information below:

Join GoToMeeting: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/864618053
Dial in #877-885-3221
Passcode: 5917066#

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Oct 15, 2020

ND Smart Restart Update

COVID-19 Risk Level Change-InstaGovernor Burgum has increased the COVID-19 Risk Level for Williams County to “Orange” (high risk), effective tomorrow, October 16, at 5pm. This is a change from the previous risk level of "Yellow" (moderate).

With the announced changes to the Smart Restart Protocols, there are NO mandated business closures in the Orange Category.

However, this change in risk level is an important reminder to practice:

  • social distancing,
  • wearing a mask in public when social distancing is not possible and at any City Commission meetings,
  • avoiding large gatherings,
  • and washing your hands frequently.

If you have questions about COVID-19, please visit the ND Department of Health’s website: http://bit.ly/DoHCOVID19Questions.

Specifics about what the Orange risk level means, including the changes in facility capacity recommendations, can be found in the Governor’s Smart Restart plan available online at https://ndresponse.gov/covid-19-resources.

For additional resources and information, including City of Williston internal guidelines, etc, please visit: https://bit.ly/WillistonCOVID-19

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Oct 13, 2020

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Oct 12, 2020

16th Avenue West extension opens Wednesday

Event - 16 ave west opening-InstaWILLISTON, N.D. – The City of Williston is pleased to announce that on Wednesday, October 14, the 16th Avenue West extension will be open to public use.

A brief public ceremony with remarks from City of Williston Mayor, Howard Klug, will be held at 4:00 p.m.

“Wednesday will commemorate the first arterial road built on airport property since the construction of Sloulin Field International Airport in 1952,” explained City Administrator, David Tuan. “We are excited to open this road as it signals a new chapter for Williston Square and for Williston.”

The public and media are invited to attend. Attendees are strongly encouraged to wear masks and socially distance.

Attendees can enter the new portion of 16th Avenue West from 26th Street West and can park on 16th Avenue West.

The ceremony will be held at the intersection of 16th Avenue West and the extension of 33rd Street West.

Following remarks, the road will be officially open with the Mayor leading the first cars through to 42nd Street West.

Construction on the 1-mile connection between 26th Street West and 42nd Street West began on May 18, 2020. The project’s contractor is BEK Consulting and the engineer, Alliance Consulting Group.

For more information on this story, please contact Caitlin Pallai, Communications Strategist, at 701.713.3800 or caitlinp@ci.williston.nd.us.

For more information, please visit www.cityofwilliston.com, call 701.577.8100, or stop by 22 East Broadway, Williston, ND.

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Oct 9, 2020

Road Closure: Williston Municipal Golf Course access changes Monday

PW Road Closure-InstaWILLISTON, N.D. – Beginning the morning of Monday, October 12, access to the Williston Municipal Golf Course will be modified as a result of ongoing construction work in the area.

On Monday, 32nd Avenue West from 37th Street West to 42nd Street West will be closed for underground work.

As a result of this closure, a portion of the 42nd Street extension, from 16th Avenue West to the golf course, will be open to golf course traffic only.

Thru traffic will not be able to pass beyond the golf course as the remainder of 42nd Street West will be closed for paving.

Access to the Williston Municipal Golf Course will remain via a portion of 42nd Street West until work on 32nd Avenue West and its connection to 42nd Street West is complete.

Once complete, golf course access will change to 32nd Avenue West as the remainder of 42nd Street West is paved. Paving of 42nd Street West from 16th Avenue West is scheduled to begin in later October.

For more information on this story, please contact Wayne Wiedrich, Operations Engineer, at 701.577.6368 or waynew@ci.williston.nd.us.

To view ongoing construction areas throughout the City of Williston, please visit the 2020 Construction Map at: https://bit.ly/Construction2020.

For future updates, please follow the City of Williston on Facebook (@cityofwilliston), Instagram (@cityofwilliston), and LinkedIn.

The City of Williston Public Works and Engineering building is located at 1121 5th Street East, Williston, ND.

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Oct 7, 2020

Williston Basin International Airport introduces XWA PASS Program

XWA Pass w logo -InstaWILLISTON, N.D. – The Williston Basin International Airport (XWA) is pleased to announce a new way to experience the “People’s Airport” with the launch of the XWA PASS Program.

“The XWA Pass program follows the City of Williston’s effort to continually improve quality of life for our region,” emphasized XWA Airport Director, Anthony Dudas. “Whether you’re meeting friends or family, have children playing in the play area, or want to watch aircraft while enjoying a meal, this pass provides a unique experience not typically possible in the post 9/11 era.”

The program begins Friday, October 9, 2020 and allows non-travelers to:

  • greet friends and family arriving on domestic flights;
  • accompany traveling family members and friends to their gates;
  • shop and dine at the restaurant and store post-security;
  • watch arriving and departing aircraft; and/or
  • participate in XWA-sponsored events.

Participation in the XWA PASS program is free and interested individuals can apply online at http://bit.ly/XWApass.

To be considered, all applicants and any minors (under 18) must complete the XWA PASS Program application and be vetted by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).

Completed applications can be sent to airportadmin@ci.williston.nd.us or dropped off at the Airport Administration office located at 14127 Jensen Lane during normal business hours (M-F, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.). If dropping off in person, individuals will need to show a current government issued photo ID. 

Applicants are encouraged to apply for the program at least 72 hours in advance of a planned visit. Day-of visits are possible; however, pass issuance cannot be guaranteed or may be delayed.

Once vetted by TSA, applicants will be notified via email by XWA regarding program eligibility and to set up an appointment for XWA PASS pickup. Individuals will need to show a current government issued photo ID to obtain the official XWA PASS.

Once issued, an XWA PASS is valid for access through the TSA Security Screening Checkpoint one time and expires in 24 hours. Applicants can reapply for future visits.

“We hope this program will encourage our community to explore XWA amenities, even if individuals are not traveling that day,” added Dudas.

For full details on the XWA PASS Program including Rules and Regulations, please visit https://flywilliston.net/xwa_pass.php.

For more information on this story, please contact Anthony Dudas, Airport Director, at 701.875.8594 or anthonyd@ci.williston.nd.us.

For future XWA updates and news, please follow XWA on Facebook (@flywillistonXWA) and Instagram (@xwaairport).

For more information on XWA, please visit www.flywilliston.net.

The Williston Basin International Airport is located at 14127 Jensen Lane, Williston, ND 58801.

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Oct 5, 2020

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Sep 30, 2020

City of Williston construction updates

PW Project Updates-InstaWILLISTON, N.D. – The following are new progress updates regarding ongoing construction projects throughout the City of Williston.

16th Avenue West & 26th Street
Preparation for road striping of the 16th Avenue West and 26th Street intersection and as well as the fully paved 16th Avenue extension began on Tuesday, September 29.

Road striping starts on Wednesday, September 30 with landscaping operations ongoing. Permanent signage will follow shortly after.

The intersection will transition from a 3-way to a 4-way stop when the 16th Avenue extension opens in mid-October. At that time, a footpath that spans the length of the 16th Avenue extension will also be available for public use.

The 16th Avenue extension will connect with 42nd Street.

The necessary infrastructure is in place for lighting which will go up under traffic at a later date.

42nd Street
Sewer is complete and BEK Consulting is installing water line and storm sewer along the length of the 42nd Street extension, heading west toward 32nd Avenue West.

MMI is following behind with subgrade work to prepare the road for paving which is also scheduled for mid-October.

Once complete, 42nd Street will extend beyond 16th Avenue West and connect with 32nd Avenue West.

4th Avenue West
The water line and storm sewer are installed with curb and gutter complete in all areas minus the block of 4th Avenue West between 6th and 7th Street West, and 7th Street West from 3rd Avenue West up to the alley between 4th and 5th Avenue West.

Paving is scheduled to begin next week with all roads in the area reopening in mid-October.

34th Street
Road construction continues with the pouring of curb and gutter, scheduled to finish early next week. Sidewalk work is also scheduled to begin next week.

To view ongoing construction areas throughout the City of Williston, please visit the 2020 Construction Map at: https://bit.ly/Construction2020.

For future updates, please follow the City of Williston on Facebook (@cityofwilliston), Instagram (@cityofwilliston), and LinkedIn.

For more information on this story, please contact Wayne Wiedrich, Operations Engineer, at 701.577.6368 or waynew@ci.williston.nd.us.

The City of Williston Public Works and Engineering building is located at 1121 5th Street East, Williston, ND.

For more information, please visit www.cityofwilliston.com, call 701.577.8100, or stop by 22 East Broadway, Williston, ND.

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Sep 29, 2020

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Sep 23, 2020

City of Williston and COVID-19 Risk Level

COVID-19 Update-InstaWILLISTON, N.D. – On September 23, Governor Doug Burgum made additional announcements related to COVID-19 risk levels in some of North Dakota’s counties.

On September 3, Williams County transitioned from the Low Risk level (green) to the Moderate Risk level (yellow) under the ND Smart Restart color-coded health guidance.

Currently, Williams County remains in the yellow range, alongside five additional counties.

However, with a high positivity rate, Williams County is rapidly approaching the High Risk (orange) level.

In response, the Williams County Commission and City Commission convened a special meeting at 2:00 p.m. on September 23 to discuss the current and potential COVID-19 risk level and COVID-19’s impact to the community.

Commissioners on both sides echoed the use of masks as one of the easiest methods to help slow the spread and lower the daily positivity rate.

In addition, Commissioners approved the creation of a joint Williams County COVID-19 Response Team to further coordinate a community-wide response.

As a means of helping to lower positive cases, the City Commission also adopted a resolution to suspend until further notice the use of liquor licenses for the purposes of special events.

“As residents of Williams County and citizens of the City of Williston, it is critical that we do what we can by curtailing special events and large gatherings,” emphasized City of Williston Mayor, Howard Klug. “Our high positivity rate remains a concern, and a change in risk level for Williams County is imminent if our rate does not decrease.”

According to the ND Smart Restart guidelines, a transition to the High Risk level would include the following changes:

  • Restaurants, Bars, & Food Service – Curbside pickup, takeout, and delivery only. No dine-in service.
  • Retail (includes grocery and convenience stores, and pharmacies) – Employers exercise extreme caution, with employees working remotely when possible. Restrict unnecessary visitors from entering.
  • Hotel, Tourism, & Accommodations – Limited operations. Cancel gatherings of any size where social distancing cannot be maintained.
  • Events & Gatherings – Gatherings of 10 or fewer are allowed when social distancing precautions can be met. Cancel gatherings of any size where social distancing cannot be maintained.
  • Personal Care Services – Personal care services are closed.
  • Fitness Centers/Gyms and Sporting events – Fitness centers and gyms are closed. Indoor/outdoor sporting events are closed. Pools are closed.
  • Child Care – May remain open for essential services.
  • Schools and Universities – Varies based on individual plans and Governor directive.

Williams County has more than 2,200 businesses including at least 70 restaurants and bars, 53 personal care shops (i.e. tattoo parlors, salons, massage therapists, etc.), 38 hotels, and 7 grocery stores.

“While not where we want to remain, to be at the Moderate Risk level means we can keep our businesses open,” explained Mayor Klug. “We all need to do what we can to reduce our rate and not advance to the High Risk level.”

Citizens are strongly encouraged to minimize spread through social distancing, limiting gatherings to fewer than 10 people, wearing a mask in public, respecting posted guidelines for businesses, and getting tested.

“We have strong and adequate testing here in Williams County and I encourage everyone to get tested,” added Mayor Klug. “Increased frequency of testing generates better data for our community that will then be used to assess the health of the community. Avoiding testing may artificially increase the positivity rate by reducing the sample size.”

COVID-19 testing events are free, take only minutes, and are open to the entire community.

The next community COVID-19 testing event organized by Upper Missouri District Health Unit is scheduled for Monday, September 28 from 4-6pm on the campus of Williston State College.

Walk up and drive thru options are available.

Vehicles will be allowed to line up along the route starting at 3:30 p.m. Testing will go until 6:00 p.m. or until all test kits have been used.

Vehicles wishing to access the testing are asked to enter from University Avenue before turning onto Pioneer Boulevard. Traffic control officers will provide additional guidance.

Pre-register for testing at testreg.nd.gov to minimize waiting time and expedite testing.

At this time, the City of Williston’s internal COVID Tiered Response Guidelines introduced on September 10, 2020 in addition to other departmental measures will remain in effect at the Moderate level.

For additional information on future local testing events, please follow the Upper Missouri District Health Unit on Facebook (@uppermissouridistricthealthunit).

For additional COVID-19-related information at the Williams County level, please visit www.williamsnd.com/Department/Communications/COVID-19.

For additional information on the ND Smart Restart plan, please visit: www.ndresponse.gov/covid-19-resources/covid-19-business-and-employer-resources/nd-smart-restart/nd-smart-restart-protocols

For more information, please visit www.cityofwilliston.com, call 701.577.8100, or stop by 22 East Broadway, Williston, ND.

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Sep 23, 2020

Joint Special Meeting of the Williams County and City Commissions

Special Joint Meeting - InstaA joint Special Meeting of the Williams County Commission and the City Commission will be held at 2pm today, September 23 in the Williams County Commission Room.

Discussion will be of the current and potential COVID-19 Risk Levels and their impact on government and the community and on the response to COVID-19 in the community.

A call in option is available and is encouraged for attendees:

Dial: 1.844.992.4726
Access Code: 146 567 8383
Password: 0923

Masks are strongly encouraged for those who attend in person.

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Sep 18, 2020

Community Health Care Needs Assessment

Community Healthcare Needs Assessment-new2In response to concerns expressed about access to health care services in Williston, the City Commission approved a contract between the City of Williston and Cardon Global, LLC at the October 22, 2019 commission meeting to conduct a community health care needs assessment.

The goal of the assessment was to gather information to inform leadership in order for the city to develop a plan to address community concerns about access to and the delivery of health care services.

The assessment included focus groups, an online survey, and discussions with leadership at Catholic Health Initiatives, as well as other interested stakeholders.

There were 4 facilitated focus group meetings.

The online survey augmented the focus group meetings and was designed to capture input from additional citizens and stakeholders, based on themes identified in the focus group meetings. The survey was available from January 3-17, 2020.

A total of 1,233 people took the online survey. The results of the community health care assessment will be discussed at the next City Commission meeting on Tuesday, September 22.

View the results here: http://bit.ly/communityhealthcareneeds

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Sep 16, 2020

Road Closure | 6th Street West

Beginning Wednesday, September 16, 6th Street West between 6th Avenue West and 2nd Avenue West will be closed uPW Road Closure-Instantil mid-October.
 
The posted detour route will include 2nd Street West and 2nd Avenue West and 6th Street West and 6th Avenue West.
 
With underground work now complete, street work will commence with curb and gutter, grading, and eventually the laying of pavement.
 
As always, thank you for your patience!
 
For a GIS map of the City, please visit: https://bit.ly/Construction2020

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Sep 11, 2020

City sponsors Sept. 12 Main Street Market

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The City of Williston is this week's market sponsor and there will be grab-n-go goodie bags for kids as well as chances to win Census 2020 swag or gift cards to local businesses!

Booth volunteers will be masked  and will use and have hand sanitizer available.

Photo courtesy of Williston Downtowners Association.

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Sep 10, 2020

City of Williston introduces additional internal COVID-19 Guidelines

COVID-19 Update-InstaWILLISTON, N.D. – On September 3, Governor Doug Burgum announced changes to COVID-19 risk levels in some of North Dakota’s counties.

In response to the transition for Williams County from the low risk level (green) to the moderate risk level (yellow) under the ND Smart Restart color-coded health guidance, the City of Williston has introduced additional internal guidelines for workplace response and staff and visitor safety.

“These guidelines are intended for general office environments and are in addition to existing departmental-specific measures,” explained City Administrator, David Tuan. “They are meant to provide an additional health and safety layer for both staff and visitors.”

The COVID Tiered Response Guidelines include three Risk Levels that correspond to the ND Smart Restart levels:

  • New Normal (blue) OR Low (green)
  • Moderate (yellow)
  • High OR Critical (red)

As of Thursday, September 10, 2020, the COVID Tiered Response Guidelines are in effect at the Moderate level.

Measures taken at the Moderate level include:

  • Office vestibules and reception areas remain open to the public, but staff meetings are by appointment only.
  • Large public meetings may be held in person with appropriate distancing measures but will also be offered virtually.
  • Visitors are strongly encouraged to wear masks and staff are required to wear masks when social distancing of 6ft is not possible.
  • Hand sanitizer will be made available in all office vestibules, reception areas, and conference rooms.
  • Daily cleaning and sanitation of workspaces shall be completed, with all surfaces wiped down following meetings in common areas.

As COVID-19 rates continue to fluctuate, citizens are encouraged to minimize spread through appropriate social distancing, respecting posted guidelines for businesses, and taking advantage of the opportunity to be tested.

The Upper Missouri Health Unit, in conjunction with Williston State College, will host the following community COVID-19 testing events on the WSC campus throughout the month of September:

Monday, September 14 | 4-6pm
Monday, September 21 | 4-6pm
Monday, September 28 | 4-6pm

COVID-19 testing events are open to the entire community.

Testing is free and takes only minutes, with walk up and drive thru options available. Visitors should park in the lot behind Stevens Hall or the lot adjacent to the Well. Access to and from University Avenue via the loop will also be blocked off during testing.

Pre-register for testing at testreg.nd.gov to minimize waiting time and expedite testing.

For additional information on future local testing events, please follow the Upper Missouri District Health Unit on Facebook (@uppermissouridistricthealthunit).

For additional COVID-19-related information at the Williams County level, please visit www.williamsnd.com/Department/Communications/COVID-19.

Follow the City of Williston on Facebook (@cityofwilliston), Instagram (@cityofwilliston), and LinkedIn.

For more information, please visit www.cityofwilliston.com, call 701.577.8100, or stop by 22 East Broadway, Williston, ND.

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Sep 9, 2020

United to add New XWA Flight

United adds second flightBeginning October 1st, United Airlines will add a second daily flight between Williston and Denver. This new flight will arrive at approximately 2:45pm and depart at 3:35pm, providing more flexibility for XWA travelers.

At this time, XWA does not have new information to share concerning Delta. XWA is working diligently with both United and Delta to provide the best possible experience to passengers. XWA will share any future updates on their Facebook page (@flywillistonXWA ) which will also be shared on the City of Williston Facebook page.

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Sep 7, 2020

Offices Closed | Labor Day

All non-emergent City of Williston offices are closed today Monday, September 7 in observance of Labor Day. Office Closure-Insta

This includes Public Works and the City Landfill. Due to the holiday, all of Monday’s 98 gallon residential containers will be picked up by the end of business hours on Tuesday, September 8.

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Sep 4, 2020

Holiday Closure Reminder

All non-emergent City of Williston offices will be closed next Monday, September 7 in observance of Labor Day.Office Closure-Insta

This includes Public Works and the City Landfill. Due to the holiday, all of Monday’s 98 gallon residential containers will be picked up by the end of business hours on Tuesday, September 8.

To those staff who work weekends, holidays, night shift, and more, thank you for all you do to keep our community safe and running!

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Aug 27, 2020

Williston Basin International Airport schedules active shooter training

XWA Active Shooter Training-InstaWILLISTON, N.D. – The Williston Basin International Airport (XWA), in conjunction with the Williston Police Department and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), will conduct an active shooter training on Wednesday, September 2 at 9:30 a.m.

The exercise will be held within the commercial terminal and will not cause any disruption to normal operations. The facility will be open during the exercise; however, designated areas will be identified.

“This exercise will take place at approximately 9:30 a.m. after the morning commercial flight departs,” explained Anthony Dudas, Airport Director. “We ask that the public only attend if they have a need to be within the terminal such as renting a car, etc.”

The exercise is scheduled to take one hour.

Notifications describing the exercise will be posted at terminal entrances the day of and announcements will be made over the building’s public address system informing passengers and citizens who may be in the terminal that this is only a drill.

“The purpose of the exercise is to train airport terminal employees for an active shooter event in a safe and controlled environment,” added Dudas. “This training is important for airport staff and tenants to get real world experience should an active shooter enter our facility.”

Blank ammunition will be fired within the facility to provide realistic gunfire sounds and to provide airport personnel an opportunity to understand situational awareness and potential reactions.

Media is invited to cover the training. 

For more information on this story, please contact Anthony Dudas, Airport Director, at 701.875.8594 or anthonyd@ci.williston.nd.us.

For future XWA updates and news, please follow XWA on Facebook (@flywillistonXWA) and Instagram (@xwaairport).

For more information on XWA, please visit www.flywilliston.net.

The Williston Basin International Airport is located at 14127 Jensen Lane, Williston, ND 58801.

Follow the City of Williston on Facebook (@cityofwilliston), Instagram (@cityofwilliston), and LinkedIn.

For more information, please visit www.cityofwilliston.com, call 701.577.8100, or stop by 22 East Broadway, Williston, ND.

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Aug 26, 2020

Summer construction updates

PW Project Updates-InstaWILLISTON, N.D. – The following are new progress updates regarding ongoing summer construction projects throughout the City of Williston.

18th Street
Work on 18th Street is nearing completion with Knife River adjusting remaining gate valves and manholes by raising them with concrete diamonds to be flush with the street.

Road striping is scheduled for next week and will take place under traffic. Once complete, 18th Street will be fully open.

Ancillary landscaping work will continue over the coming weeks.

16th Avenue West & 26th Street
The entirety of the 16th Avenue West and 26th Street intersection is now open to traffic.

Currently, traffic cones will remain on site until road striping can occur. A minimum waiting period of 14 days is required prior to painting on new road surfaces.

Ancillary work including landscaping, lighting, and footpath construction will continue over the coming weeks.

The intersection will operate as a 3-way stop until the 16th Avenue extension is complete.

All curb and gutter exist for the 16th Avenue extension through the Sloulin Field Redevelopment area and the road is now being graded for pavement.

 42nd Street
BEK Consulting is continuing work on the 42nd Street sewer at 16th Avenue working west toward 32nd Avenue West. Once this is complete, BEK will drop back and begin the water line.

 4th Avenue West
The areas of 4th Street, Broadway, and 4th Avenue between 2nd and 4th Streets are nearing completion with one top layer of asphalt, to be laid by Teraflex, remaining.

The water line is currently installed, and sewer line work is underway at 5th Street. Once complete, work will continue north of 4th Avenue and west through 6th Street up to 7th Street.  

With water and sewer lines in place, surface street reconstruction will begin.

In addition, the milling of asphalt off on 6th Street between 3rd Avenue West and 5th Avenue West will begin this Saturday.

East Broadway & 7th Avenue East
The area of East Broadway and 7th Avenue East is now striped and fully open to traffic with road signs installed.

34th Street
Spearfish has finished its work on the 34th Street storm sewer. Gravel will be placed starting next week.

To view ongoing construction areas throughout the City of Williston, please visit the 2020 Construction Map at: https://bit.ly/Construction2020.

For future updates, please follow the City of Williston on Facebook (@cityofwilliston), Instagram (@cityofwilliston), and LinkedIn.

For more information on this story, please contact Wayne Wiedrich, Operations Engineer, at 701.577.6368 or waynew@ci.williston.nd.us.

The City of Williston Public Works and Engineering building is located at 1121 5th Street East, Williston, ND.

For more information, please visit www.cityofwilliston.com, call 701.577.8100, or stop by 22 East Broadway, Williston, ND.

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Aug 24, 2020

Paving begins at 26th Street and 16th Avenue West

PW 26 and 16The first layer of the paving process at the intersection of 26th Street and 16th Avenue is underway today! This includes the block between 25th and 26th Streets!

Knife River will apply the second, and top layer, tomorrow and allow it to cool before the intersection is reopened on Wednesday, August 26.

Ancillary work including landscaping and striping (requires a minimum 14 day waiting period) will occur within the coming weeks and under traffic.

Traffic cones and stop signs will be up when the intersection reopens.

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Aug 20, 2020

26th Street and 16th Avenue West intersection update

PW Project Update-InstaWILLISTON, N.D. – The intersection of 26th Street and 16th Avenue West, initially scheduled to reopen on Saturday, August 15, will reopen Wednesday, August 26 barring any extreme weather complications.

Last week, areas of subgrade – ground beneath a roadway – were discovered to be too soft and had to be repaired prior to continuing to the paving process.

“It wasn’t our intention to have the area closed this long, but circumstances crop up that have to be addressed in order to proceed safely,” explained Wayne Wiedrich, Operations Engineer. “Our priority is to get that critical path back open and meet that August 27 school deadline.”

Curb and gutter work in the intersection is complete and Knife River concrete crews are continuing to pour curb and gutter heading north.

Knife River will begin paving this Monday, August 24 at the latest.

Once open, the intersection will allow for east and west traffic only on 26th Street.

The 16th Avenue block between 25th and 26th Streets will remain closed until the existing storm sewer is upgraded.

In addition to the 26th Street and 16th Avenue intersection, ancillary work is proceeding on 18th Street.

Gate valves and manholes are being adjusted and road striping, which will take place under traffic, is scheduled for Monday, August 31.

To view ongoing construction areas throughout the City of Williston, please visit the 2020 Construction Map at: https://bit.ly/Construction2020.

For future updates, please follow the City of Williston on Facebook (@cityofwilliston), Instagram (@cityofwilliston), and LinkedIn.

For more information on this story, please contact Wayne Wiedrich, Operations Engineer, at 701.577.6368 or waynew@ci.williston.nd.us.

The City of Williston Public Works and Engineering building is located at 1121 5th Street East, Williston, ND.

For more information, please visit www.cityofwilliston.com, call 701.577.8100, or stop by 22 East Broadway, Williston, ND.

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Aug 14, 2020

Congressman Armstrong to visit Williston next Thursday

WILLISTON, N.D. – The City of Williston is pleased to announce North Dakota Congressman Kelly Armstrong will visit Williston next Thursday, August 20.Event - Coffee with Kelly - Insta

A Dickinson native, Congressman Armstrong will travel throughout Western North Dakota during the annual Congress August Recess.

“We are excited to have Congressman Armstrong visit us in Williston,” stated City of Williston Mayor, Howard Klug. “We are thankful for the opportunity to meet and express our priorities and showcase the newly renovated City Hall.”

As part of his visit next Thursday, Congressman Armstrong will meet with City leadership at City Hall before hosting a public meet and greet, Coffee with Kelly.

Coffee with Kelly is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the John Kautzman Chamber Room in City Hall at 22 East Broadway.

This event is free and open to the public and media is invited to attend.

Coffee and donuts will be served, and masks and hand sanitizer will be available.

For more information on this story, please contact Caitlin Pallai, Communications Strategist, at 701.713.3800 or caitlinp@ci.williston.nd.us.

Follow the City of Williston on Facebook (@cityofwilliston), Instagram (@cityofwilliston), and LinkedIn.

For more information, please visit www.cityofwilliston.com, call 701.577.8100, or stop by 22 East Broadway, Williston, ND.

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Aug 12, 2020

Summer construction updates

WILLISTON, N.D. – The following are new progress updates regarding ongoing summer construction projects throughout the City of Williston.PW Project Updates-Insta

18th Street Water Main

The water main replacement project along 18th Street is nearing completion.

Wagner Construction replaced the existing 12-inch diameter water main pipe from the 1960’s with modern PVC 16-inch diameter pipe.

Knife River is completing the surface-level work as part of the mill and overlay project from Davidson Drive to University Avenue.

As of Monday, August 10, the intersection of 18th Street and University is now open for north and south traffic only.

Knife River will mill and overlay the remainder of 18th Street, from Davidson Drive to 2nd Avenue West, through the rest of this week.

Once complete, the entirety of 18th Street will be open to thru traffic. Ancillary work, including striping and raising manholes with concrete diamonds, will take place under traffic.

16th Avenue West & 26th Street

Gravel is in place at the intersection of 16th Avenue West and 26th Street as of August 11 and Knife River concrete crews are scheduled to pour curb and gutter on Thursday, August 13.

The intersection will then be paved and is scheduled to reopen barring any extreme weather delays on August 18. At that time, the intersection will be open for east and west traffic only on 26th Street.

The 16th Avenue block between 25th and 26th Streets will remain closed until the existing storm sewer is upgraded.

42nd Street

BEK Consulting is continuing work on the 42nd Street sewer at 16th Avenue working west toward 32nd Avenue West. Once this is complete, BEK will drop back and begin the water line.

4th Avenue West

Phase I is complete. Teraflex laid an initial layer of asphalt and poured gutters and curbs in the areas of Broadway, 4th Street West and 4th Avenue West between 2nd and 4th Streets.

Phase II involves water line and sewer work between 3rd Avenue West and 5th Avenue West. The underground process is scheduled to take two to three weeks.

East Broadway & 7th Avenue East

Knife River has poured all mainline concrete in the area. Road signage and striping will be installed in the next two weeks.

34th Street

Spearfish has completed the 34th Street water and sewer lines up to Frontage Road West and is continuing its work on the 34th Street storm sewer.

The connection across Frontage Road was paved on Saturday, August 8 and is now open.

To view ongoing construction areas throughout the City of Williston, please visit the 2020 Construction Map at: https://bit.ly/Construction2020.

For future updates, please follow the City of Williston on Facebook (@cityofwilliston), Instagram (@cityofwilliston), and LinkedIn.

For more information on this story, please contact Wayne Wiedrich, Operations Engineer, at 701.577.6368 or waynew@ci.williston.nd.us.

The City of Williston Public Works and Engineering building is located at 1121 5th Street East, Williston, ND.

For more information, please visit www.cityofwilliston.com, call 701.577.8100, or stop by 22 East Broadway, Williston, ND.

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Aug 10, 2020

Overlay at 18th and University

The overlay process is underway at the intersection of 18th Street and University.PW - Misc Road Projects-Overlay

The intersection is open for north and south traffic only at this time and flaggers are assisting with traffic flow.

The overlay process is the second step in the two-part process, “mill and overlay.”

After a layer of existing asphalt is removed through milling, tack oil is applied. This is followed by a paving fabric that helps prevent cracks from reflecting to the top surface and provides additional stability.

A surface layer of new asphalt is then paved overtop.

The overlay process for the intersection is scheduled to be complete today while the overlay process for the remainder of 18th will proceed throughout the rest of this week.

To view ongoing construction areas, please visit the 2020 Construction Map: https://bit.ly/Construction2020

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Aug 7, 2020

Milling on 18th

The intersection of 18th Street and University will reopen tomorrow morning for north and south traffic only.PW - Misc Road Projects-Milling


Prior to reopening, the area and others on 18th Street are currently being milled.

The milling process is the first step in the two-part process, “mill and overlay.”

Milling is the process of removing a layer of the existing asphalt in preparation for an adhesive layer, and then a layer of new asphalt.

The overlay process is scheduled to begin at the intersection of 18th and University on Monday, August 10.

The intersection will remain open (again, only to north and south traffic) during this process with flaggers assisting with traffic flow.

To view ongoing construction areas, please visit the 2020 Construction Map: https://bit.ly/Construction2020.

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Aug 4, 2020

2020 Construction Map

Curious to know where active construction and other roadwork is occurring throughout the city?PW - GIS Construction Map-Insta

Check out the new 2020 Construction Map!

View here: https://bit.ly/Construction2020

Prepared by Public Works and Engineering and updated weekly on Mondays, excluding holidays, this interactive map includes project information, entities involved, timeline for completion, and more.

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Jul 31, 2020

18th Street and University Avenue Intersection

PW Project Update-InstaWater main work and the re-installation of street lights is being finished at the intersection of 18th Street and University Avenue.

However, the intersection will remain closed through the weekend as it is currently being prepped for pavement work which is scheduled to begin Tuesday, August 4.

The paving process takes about 2 days to complete.

The intersection will reopen by next Friday, August 7 barring any extreme weather delays.

To view ongoing construction areas, please visit the 2020 Construction Map: https://bit.ly/Construction2020

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Jul 30, 2020

Chip Seal Update

PW - Misc Road Projects-Chip Seal-InstaCity of Williston Public Works is out again today working on chip sealing identified roads.

Everything south of 18th Street to 11th Street from University to 2nd Avenue is up for chip sealing today.

Tomorrow will be roads east of University and west of E. Dakota Parkway, and east of E. Highland Drive to 11th (but not including 11th).

As areas are chip sealed, they won’t be available for parking for about an hour. To help out, please do not park on the street in the above areas.

Chip sealing is a type of asphalt surface treatment and is a fast moving process.

First, a layer of asphalt emulsion is applied, followed by a layer of crushed rock or “chips,” followed by rollers which push the chips into the binder.

A chip seal helps seal any narrow cracks and provides a protective layer to the underlying pavement.

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Jul 28, 2020

Summer construction updates

WILLISTON, N.D. – The following are updates regarding ongoing summer construction projects throughout the City ofPW Project Updates-Insta Williston.

18th Street Water Main
Currently, the intersection of 18th Street and University remains closed for water main replacement work conducted by Wagner Construction.

Saturday morning’s storms delayed pipe replacement, but the work is anticipated to be complete and the intersection reopened by the morning of Wednesday, July 29.

Knife River will complete ADA compliant ramp work and begin patching the water main trenches later this week.

16th Avenue West
The intersection of 16th Avenue West and 26th Street is closed.

At this time, BEK Consulting has completed the water and sewer extension from 26th Street into the Sloulin Field Redevelopment Area and extension of the 16th Avenue box culvert storm sewer is scheduled to begin this week.

Final grading of 16th Avenue is also scheduled to begin this week.

The intersection is scheduled to reopen on Saturday, August 15 barring any extreme weather delays.

42nd Street
BEK has commenced work on the 42nd Street sewer at 16th Avenue working west toward 32nd Avenue West.

4th Avenue West
Aggregate base work and the curb & gutter work has been completed along 4th Avenue West. Asphalt work is scheduled to begin this coming week.

East Broadway & 7th Avenue East
Knife River has completed the aggregate base work and mainline curb & gutter. Mainline concrete paving is scheduled to begin this coming week.

34th Street
Spearfish has completed the 34th Street water and sewer lines up to Frontage Road and is now working on the 34th Street storm sewer.

To view ongoing construction areas through the City of Williston, please visit the 2020 Construction Map at: https://bit.ly/Construction2020.

For future updates, please follow the City of Williston on Facebook (@cityofwilliston), Instagram (@cityofwilliston), and LinkedIn.

For more information on this story, please contact Wayne Wiedrich, Operations Engineer, at 701.577.6368 or waynew@ci.williston.nd.us.

The Public Works and Engineering building is located at 1121 5th Street East, Williston, ND.

For more information, please visit www.cityofwilliston.com, call 701.577.8100, or stop by 22 East Broadway, Williston, ND.

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Jul 22, 2020

Upcoming Planning and Zoning Commission meeting rescheduled to Zoom

PZ Commission Meeting-InstaWILLISTON, N.D. – Due to travel concerns regarding out-of-state consultants, the City of Williston Planning and Zoning Commission meeting planned for Monday, July 27 at 5:30 p.m. has been moved from City Hall to an online forum using Zoom.

Individuals that would like to attend the meeting can join using the information below:

Join Zoom Meeting: https://bit.ly/2E9vvpb

Meeting ID: 282 809 7473
Passcode: 58801
Call in: 1.(346).248.7799

On the agenda is an amendment to the previously adopted Planned Unit Development (PUD) Ordinance for the Williston Square Subdivision.

The proposed amendment to readopt and replace the existing PUD Ordinance will result in the following changes:

  1. Adding the PSAP Subdivision, Lots 1-6, Block 8, Sloulin Field First Addition, and Lots 1-12, Block 7, Sloulin Field First Addition to the PUD area.
  2. Expanding and updating the map to incorporate the above properties.
  3. Expanding the Core Mixed Use Area to include an additional 4.6 acres.
  4. Realigning some internal roads.
  5. Adding four new Zoning Districts to the PUD:
    1. General Commercial District – Medical Mixed Use
    2. Innovation Business District
    3. Lowrise Multifamily and Townhouse Residential
    4. Mixed Use District
  6. Incorporating additional design guidelines across the Williston Square PUD area.

The proposed amendment is consistent with the previously approved designated land uses and the amendment is effectuating those zoning designations.

For agenda and packet information for the upcoming meeting, please visit www.cityofwilliston.com/departments/planning_and_zoning/planning_zoning_commission.php.

For more information on this story, please contact the Planning and Zoning Department at 701.577.8104 or planning@ci.williston.nd.us.

For more information, please visit www.cityofwilliston.com, call 701.577.8100, or stop by 22 East Broadway, Williston, ND.

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Water main work scheduled to begin Tuesday at intersection of 18th Street and University

PW Road Closures-PW logo-InstaWILLISTON, N.D. – On Tuesday, July 21, construction work will begin at the intersection of 18th Street and University Avenue.

Wagner Construction will continue replacing the 18th Street water main going east, through the intersection of University Avenue and just west of 6th Avenue East. Work began on the 18th Street water main in May 2020.

The existing water main, installed in the 1960s, 12 feet underground, and 12 inches in diameter, will be replaced with modern PVC pipe at 16 inches in diameter.

“This new water main will help facilitate the more efficient movement of water from the east to west side of town,” explained Wayne Wiedrich, Public Works Operations Engineer.

Detour routes will be marked and will include a detour off University Avenue, 11th Street East, East Dakota Parkway, and 22nd Street East.

Message boards at University and 11th Street and University and 22nd Street will be up prior to the weekend to remind individuals of the upcoming closure.

Both 18th Street and University Avenue will be open to local traffic, but the intersection will be closed.

The intersection is scheduled to reopen on Sunday, July 26.

In addition to ongoing water main work, Knife River, as part of its 18th Street mill and overlay project from Davidson Drive to University Avenue will install ADA compliant ramps to sidewalks.

For future updates, please follow the City of Williston on Facebook (@cityofwilliston), Instagram (@cityofwilliston), and LinkedIn.

For more information on this story, please contact Wayne Wiedrich, Operations Engineer, at 701.577.6368 or waynew@ci.williston.nd.us.

For more information, please visit www.cityofwilliston.com, call 701.577.8100, or stop by 22 East Broadway, Williston, ND.

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Improvements to 16th Avenue scheduled to begin Monday

 Unknown Image WILLISTON, N.D. – On Monday, July 13, construction work will begin at the intersection of 26th Street West and 16th Avenue West located by Dakota Park.

BEK Consulting, hired by the City of Williston and working in cooperation with Alliance Consulting, will remove and reconstruct the existing intersection.

Work involved in this process includes the removal and replacement of existing sidewalks, asphalt, streetlights, some trees, and storm sewer structures.

Detour routes will be marked and will include from 26th Street West heading West, a reroute to 15th Avenue West, and when heading East on 26th Street, a reroute to 11th Avenue West.

The intersection is scheduled to reopen on Saturday, August 15th barring any extreme weather delays.

“We are aware that school is set to resume the following week and we will be working hard to stay on schedule,” emphasized Wayne Wiedrich, Public Works Operations Engineer. “This is an important area that sees a lot of traffic and the remodeled area will result in a key connection point.”

Reconstruction work will result in the start of the new 16th Avenue West extension that will connect 26th Street West to 42nd Street through the Sloulin Field redevelopment area.

“The redevelopment of Sloulin Field offers a unique opportunity to transform the way our city is connected and how it will develop into the future,” stated David Tuan, City Administrator. “We are excited to open up this corridor and bring access to developable land at a critical time in Williston’s growth.”

In addition to the intersection at 26th Street West and 16th Avenue West, ongoing reconstruction work provided by Spearfish Excavating continues at 34th Street West.

Once leading to Sloulin International Airport, now the future home of the Upper Missouri River Regional Dispatch Center, 34th Street West is being expanded.

For future updates, please follow the City of Williston on Facebook (@cityofwilliston), Instagram (@cityofwilliston), and LinkedIn.

For more information on this story, please contact Wayne Wiedrich, Operations Engineer, at 701.577.6368 or waynew@ci.williston.nd.us.

For more information, please visit www.cityofwilliston.com, call 701.577.8100, or stop by 22 East Broadway, Williston, ND.

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Municipal Court is Back in Session

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Jul 19, 2019

Building Permits Required for re-shingling or re-roofing

Just a reminder to all contractors and property owners that building permits are required for re-shingling or re-roofing residential homes and commercial businesses.

Permits can be obtained at our office located at 113 4th Street E.  If you have any questions, please contact Building Safety at (701) 577-8115.

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Jul 9, 2019

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Just a reminder to all property owners within the city limits, grass and weeds must be kept under eight (8) inches. Ordinance #1085 requires notification to be published in the Williston Herald on or around the 15th of each month and no longer requires certified mail notification to a property owner in violation prior to a contractor being sent to maintain the property. Code Compliance officers will attempt to post a courtesy notice on the property structure if available. If you have any questions, please call the Code Compliance Division at 701-713-3838.

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