Legislative Resources

The City of Minot greatly values its representatives at the State level. We know the best way to govern is to be as informed as possible. Please use this webpage as a resource to the information needed as a lawmaker.

Official Testimonies

Legislative Position Papers

The City of Minot City Council has identified eight key priorities and drafted them into clear, concise, and useful position papers to help our legislators understand the top focuses of the City. Some bills may be directly or indirectly tied to some of these issues. As such, we have outlined, summarized, and provided recommendations for these key positions.

Bills we're tracking

  1. Sipma-22edit

    Shaun Sipma


  2. Tom Barry

    City Manager

  1. City offices closed Friday in observance of Good Friday holiday

    City of Minot offices will be closed Friday, April 19, in observance of the Good Friday holiday, including City Hall, Public Works, and the Engineering Department. Read on...
  2. City crews begin street sweeping schedule

    Crews from the City of Minot have begun the annual task of cleaning dirt and other debris that accumulated on city streets during the winter months. Read on...
  3. Council approves Minot's first roundabout

    A reconstruction plan for a portion of 31st Avenue Southeast includes a roundabout at the intersection of 31st Avenue Southeast and 13th Street Southeast. Read on...
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