The Street Utility Bill that will help eliminate street maintenance special assessments made another great leap last week. House Bill 1419 passed the House vote and will move on to the Senate. Learn more about it in the Capital Connection! House Bill 1419 | Capital Connection
Individuals aged 16 or 18 and older with two or more underlying health conditions, may now register for COVID-19 vaccine at clinics conducted by Bismarck-Burleigh Public Health. Read on...
The arrival of warm temperatures, low humidity, high winds, and disappearing snow cover, have created conditions where the risk of wildfire in the Bismarck area has increased. Special attention should given to outdoor activities that pose fire hazards. Read on...
The North Dakota Department of Health has confirmed cases of COVID-19. Bismarck-Burleigh Public Health encourages citizens to be prepared, take this virus seriously, and follow recommendations to reduce its spread.
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