Resilience

Thank you for visiting the Flood Control and Resilience page for the City of Minot.  Many of the previous links and that were used for the 2011 flood recovery information have been moved here.  If you are looking for something specific that is not listed on this page, please send an e-mail to pio@minotnd.org
Latest News

November 10th:  A public meeting was held on Monday, November 9 for the flood protection work currently under design along and near Fourth Avenue North in Minot. This meeting was a focus on the neighborhood in north Minot that will be protected by the proposed floodwalls and earthen levees. 

Within the city of Minot, the Fourth Avenue Floodwall Project includes levees and floodwalls along and near Fourth Avenue Northeast/Northwest, between approximately Broadway and 3rd Street Northeast. This portion of the project would provide protection for many homes, businesses, schools and churches in northeast Minot. While it would not provide stand-alone protection, it is a critical first component to long-term protection to the flood of record and will greatly reduce required emergency measures in the event of another major flood.  For more information, please see the link to left - "Phase I Fourth Avenue."



October 26th:  Minot's National Disaster Resilience Competition (NDRC) Phase II application has been submitted to HUD!  We should find how successful we are in January of 2016.

October 2nd:  The final public meetings for the National Disaster Resilience Competition (NDRC) will take place on October 6th at 6:30 p.m. in room 201 of the Minot Municipal Auditorium, and on October 8th at 6:30 PM in the gymnasium of Perkett Elementary School. During these final meetings, the public will have the opportunity to view the draft submission and listen to a brief presentation outlining the project plans.  A Public Comment Period is now open, and participation of residents of Minot and the Souris River Basin is crucial to the success of the application.  Comments will be accepted until 4:30 PM on Tuesday, October 20th. The public comment period is now closed.  


September 14th:  Amendment 3 to the 2nd allocation of Community Development Block Grant  - Disaster Recovery has been posted and is available for public comment through October 14th, 2015.  Click here for details.