Office of Resilience 

Current Resilience Projects
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What is resilience?

Following the 2011 Flood Minot was forced to discover how resilient it could be. Weeks of fending off rising waters ended with the Souris River breaching  the banks of the levee system in June of 2011. When water receded recovery began for the City of Minot and its citizens. Now, five years later, the resilience of the Magic City has shown through. The process of recovery continues through many programs from flood control to establishing a stronger and more vibrant community. 

  1. Council OKs RFPs for neighborhood, family shelter

    Two Requests For Proposals related to the National Disaster Resilience Program were approved by the Minot City Council on Sept. 5. The RFPs for a Single-Family Resilient Neighborhood and a Family Homeless Shelter will be released to the public. Read on...
  2. Demolitions part of becoming a more resilient city

    Minot has been working to make itself a community that isn’t just recovering back to the point where it was before the flood, but working to be a community that is making great strides to be more resilient to the waters of the Mouse River. Read on...
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    Public gets first look at downtown gathering space concept

    The first preliminary conceptual renderings of what a new gathering space in downtown Minot could look like have been released to the public. City Manager Tom Barry presented the renderings Monday night at the City Council’s regular June meeting. Read on...
  4. Developers sought for multi-family housing units

    At its June 5 meeting, the Minot City Council approved a plan to call for proposals to create more affordable multi-family housing units. Read on...
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