Grand Forks is planning to debut a new city website in spring 2014 but wants residents to weigh in on what they want out of it.
Residents can give input through a series of surveys, which the city will provide links to its website.
The first, which is up now, asks residents about their current use of the website. You can take that survey here.
The City Council voted in September to budget $75,000 for the new website’s construction.
Leaf collectors making third pass the final one of season
City crews collecting leaves around Grand Forks are finishing up their third pass — and final — through the city this week.
If residents still have leaves to haul away after this pass, they will need to take them to a yard waste collection site.
Residents depositing bags of leaves are asked to break open the bags and dispose of them after dumping their leaves out of them.
For more information about yard waste collection, you can visit the city’s yard waste webpage is located here.
A list of yard waste drop sites that are open:
- Public Works Facility – 724 N. 47th St.
- Fire Station – North Columbia Road
- Pump Station – Eigth Avenue North & North Third Street
- Williamson Field – Fifth Avenue South & DeMers Avenue
- Lift Station – 24th Avenue South & South 34th Street
- Duke Drive & South 34th Street
- Pump Station – 47th Avenue South, East of Cherry Street
Young Professionals searching for director
The Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals posted a job opening for its executive director position this week.
The executive director is a paid position with a salary range of $30,000 to $40,000 depending on candidate’s experience.
A portion of that salary — $10,000 — is paid for by the city’s economic development fund. Money in that fund comes from sales tax.