Spring 2020 Flood Update – Minor Flooding Expected

The City of Valley City is working with the Barnes County Emergency Management team and the US Army Corp of Engineers Baldhill Dam office to monitor the Sheyenne River. The river will rise as the outflows at the dam will increase to around 2400 CFS this weekend. The USACE plans to increase the ouflows by the first weekend in April to around 3500 CFS.  City crews are taking action in preparation for the river to be around 14-15 feet, but with local inflows, this may vary.  Evidence of minor flooding may be apparent at 15 feet.  At this time, the risk of moderate to major flooding is minimal, but the City is prepared to respond accordingly. 

Mayor’s Message

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Thank you Everyone & Welcome Back

  • Thank you all for your efforts with Social Distancing.  At every conference call and press conference we hear  “Social Distancing is the most effective method of slowing COVID-19”. 
  • Welcome home to grandparents, parents, other family, students (Spring Break) and friends who have been rejuvenating in warmer climates.  In your travels home, “exposure” to high-risk situations was very likely for all of you.  So to protect your family and friends, PLEASE consider self-quarantine for 14 days and ALWAYS practice Social Distancing.
  • With changes in our society like working from home and online schooling, “How are you doing”?  Many parents, brothers and sisters aren’t use to being together in the house this much.  Be sure you all get some “space” as your mental health is critical.  How about going for a short walk, a bike ride or some little activity for which you don’t normally have time.   From there, simply respect and be kind to everyone, especially those closest to you J.
  • North Dakota is having a slow rise in COVID-19 cases and that is a good thing as every slow day gives our health care system another day to catch up.
  • Pray to your God, keep the Faith and continue your great efforts.

Thank you,

Dave Carlsrud

Emergency Orders Issued Effective 03/26/2020 – Transient Merchants & Alcoholic Beverage Sales

On March 25, 2020, Valley City Mayor Dave Carlsrud issued two emergency orders to take immediate effect on Thursday, March 26.

Both orders were issued pursuant to the COVID-19 state of emergency declared by the Mayor earlier this month, and are believed necessary to promote social distancing, discourage unnecessary travel, and limit exposure of Valley City residents to the COVID-19 virus.  The orders will also assist local businesses that have been adversely impacted by the pandemic.

Under Emergency Order 2020-01, all transient/temporary merchant activity must cease for a period of 30 days.  The general penalty established by Valley City Municipal Code for any violation of a city ordinance is a fine of up to $1,500 and/or up to 30 days in jail.

Under Emergency Order 2020-02, the holder of a Valley City alcoholic beverage license will be permitted to serve beer and wine by curbside or home delivery, subject to certain restrictions depending on the class of license.  Licensees are encouraged to contact City Hall for clarification of their rights and responsibilities under the emergency order.  All federal, state, and local laws pertaining to delivery of alcohol including but not limited to delivery to minors, server training, and age identification requirements, remain in effect.

All city commission meetings, planning meetings, and the annual tax equalization meeting, are scheduled to be held electronically unless and until the state of emergency has been lifted.  These meetings will continue to be broadcast on BEK channel 26, CSI channel 68, and newsdakota.com.  A public access phone line will be available and published in the near future.  Requests to listen to the electronic meeting in the commission chambers should be made in advance by calling 701-845-1700.  If you are preparing documents to present at any city meeting please call for instructions on how to submit electronically, or mail to PO Box 390, Valley City, North Dakota, 58072.  There will also be a dropbox at the north entrance of City Hall during regular business hours, 8:00AM – 5:00PM.

Individual and community efforts to help slow the spread of COVID-19 are greatly appreciated and the most effective tools in reducing local transmission.  Continue to keep your distance, wash your hands, limit travel and maintain healthy business operations and work environments.

03/03/2020 Commission Minutes

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

President Carlsrud called the meeting to order at 5:00 PM.

Members present: Commissioner Magnuson, Commissioner Bishop, Commissioner Powell, Commissioner Erickson.

Others Present: City Auditor Richter, City Attorney Martineck, City Assessor Hansen, Public Works Accountant Jacobson, Building/Fire Inspector Andersen, Fire Chief Magnuson, Lieutenant Rustebakke, Chad Petersen from KLJ.

Call to Order

Roll Call

Pledge of Allegiance (please stand)

Approval of Agenda – Addition of Consent F, R1, N1, N9; Removal of R2

Approval of Minutes

Commissioner Powell moved to approve the minutes from the February 18, 2020 meeting, seconded by Commissioner Bishop. Motion carried.

Approval of Consent Agenda

  1. Approve Monthly Reports from the Fire Chief, Building Inspector, Auditor, Municipal Judge and Public Works Accountant.
  2. Approve Monthly Bills for the City and Public Works in the Amount of $1,247,966.02
  3. Approve Block off the Street Request for Sheyenne Valley Soapbox Derby Association on June 6, 2020 on Central
  4. Approve Electrician, Plumber and/or Mechanical Contractor License(s) for the following businesses:
    1. Bakkegard & Schell, Inc.
    1. Dakota Electric Construction Inc., Co.
    1. Enterprise Electric, Inc.
    1. Grotberg Electric, Inc.
    1. Grotberg Electric, Inc. dba Triton Mechanical
    1. Hi-Line Electric, Inc.
    1. John’s Refrigeration & Electric, Inc.
    1. Kohn Electric, LLC
    1. Moorhead Electric, LLC
    1. Peterson Mechanical, Inc.
    1. RJ’s Plumbing & Heating, Inc.
    1. Scott’s Electric, Inc.
    1. Sheyenne Mechancial
    1. Wrigley Mechanical, Inc.
  5. Approve House Movers License for the following businesses:
    1. Carrington House Movers, Inc.
  6. Approve Raffle Permit for Valley City Lions Club

Commissioner Erickson moved to approve the consent agenda, seconded by Commissioner Magnuson. The motion passed unanimously.

Public Comments

There were no public comments.

Resolutions

Approve Resolution No. 2246, a Resolution Declaring 2020 Spring Flood Emergency

President Carlsrud introduce the resolution and stated that the flood emergency will be declared to ensure the paperwork is in order to provide opportunities to recover costs. Commissioner Powell moved to approve Resolution No. 2246, seconded by Commissioner Erickson.

Removed: Approve Resolution No. 2247, a Resolution Requesting Emergency Flood Assistance

New Business

Approve Engineering & Technical Support Contract with KLJ for 2020 Valley City Spring Flood Assistance

Chad Petersen from KLJ stated the agreement will allow KLJ to assist the City with emergency flood protection efforts. The Army Corp of Engineers has requested model and other information for their preparation efforts. KLJ also needs to prepare permits for the State Engineer’s Office. Petersen stated this is an hourly contract.

Commissioner Bishop moved to approve the contract with KLJ, seconded by Commissioner Magnuson. The motion passed unanimously.

Receive Update regarding 2020 Census
Fire Chief Magnuson provided the update and encouraged participation as each citizen counted yields $19,000 in a ten year period. The Census Bureau is looking for temporary employees. The City encourages residents to participate.

Approve Recommendations from the Visitors Committee

  1. Recommendation to include and/or amend a 12 month deadline to use funds with an option for a 6 month extensions for the Image Enhancement Grant, Image Enhancement Grant for Historic Buildings, and the Food & Beverage Grant
  2. Recommendation to implement the deadlines as presented for outstanding projects including Wild Prairie Bakery, Brockopp Brewing, Ivy Real Estate, Chamber of Commerce – Rosebud
     

Chair Bobby Koepplin spoke regarding the request that was tabled from the February 18, 2020 City Commission meeting. The Committee would like to have all projects completed within twelve months, with an option for a six month extension (upon request); at the expiration of the extension time period, funds would be de-obligated and available to other applicants. Applicants could also re-apply for the remaining balance for incomplete items outlined in the original grant (this does not provide for an additional grant within the ten year time period). Currently the Food & Beverage Grant has this deadline. The Committee would like this added to the Image Enhancement & Image Enhancement for Historical applications.

Koepplin reviewed the recommended deadlines for the outstanding projects in item b.

Commissioner Magnuson moved to approve the 12 month deadline with an option to have a 6 month extension but to grandfather out the current projects as they did not have a deadline to start with, if the applicant wants to de-obligate the funds themselves, they can; seconded by Commissioner Bishop.

Koepplin inquired if it would be possible to sit down and talk to the applicants, to see if the applicant would be willing to de-obligate the funds with the option to re-apply should they be able to finish the project in the future.

Commissioner Magnuson, Commissioner Erickson, and Commissioner Bishop agreed with Chair Koepplin’s understanding.

The motion passed unanimously.

Consider Site Authorization for Valley City Hockey and Figure Skating Club at Youth Sports Complex

Commissioner Powell moved to approve the gaming site authorization, seconded by Commissioner Erickson. The motion passed unanimously.

Approve Purchase of Freightliner Truck with Leach Packer for Sanitation Department for net purchase price of $175,316.00

Public Works Accountant Jacobson reported on this purchase which was included in the capital budget. Bids were received and Department Head Swart recommends taking the most cost effective option over time instead of the lowest bid, which is for a leach packer.

Commissioner Erickson moved to approve the request, seconded by Commissioner Powell. The motion passed unanimously.

Approve Purchase of Trailer from M&G Trailer Sales in the Amount of $13,822.50 for the Electrical Department

Public Works Accountant Jacobson stated this trailer is included in the capital budget. Commissioner Bishop moved to approve the purchase, seconded by Commissioner Erickson. The motion passed unanimously.

Consider Amendment to Engineering Agreement for Permanent Flood Protection Phase IV

Chad Petersen from KLJ requested an amendment to the engineering agreement for Permanent Flood Protection IV due to additional services needed for the CLOMR. This amendment is for contract maximum of $340,225 which will be cost-shared with the State Water Commission.

Commissioner Magnuson moved to approve, seconded by Commissioner Powell. The motion passed unanimously.

Consider Cost-Share Request to ND State Water Commission for Additional Engineering Services for CLOMR Process

Chad Petersen from KLJ requested approval to move forward with a parallel path for a modified Permanent Flood Protection Phase IV Construction in conjunction with CLOMR process. CLOMR should be approved in 12 to 18 months. This request for the State Water Commission to transfer funds already approved for the City of Valley City to this project. The total request is $1.5 million which has 85% state cost share; 15% local cost share. No additional work is being added to PFP, it is just being done earlier. This will be discussed at a March 12, 2020 State Water Commission subcommittee meeting.

Commissioner Bishop moved to approve, seconded by Commissioner Magnuson The motion passed unanimously.

Approve Authorization to Apply for Bank of North Dakota New Infrastructure Loan Fund for Valley Plains Annexation

Jennifer Feist presented the request for authorization to submit a loan application to the Bank of ND. This will provide for infrastructure development at the southeast portion of [Exit 294] for potential expansion of Valley Plains Implement. Tax Increment Financing (TIF) will be applied for with a loan through the Bank of ND which provides costs savings over a bond. The loan application is due March 12 and only open once per year.

Commissioner Magnuson moved to approve, seconded by Commissioner Powell. The motion passed unanimously.

City Updates & Commission Reports

City Attorney Martineck clarified that the flood emergency was declared but there is not an imminent threat to the community.

Commissioner Powell encouraged the public to attend the Erlandson Fundraiser at the HAC.

President Carlsrud stated he and Commissioner Bishop attended the recent American Public Power Association (APPA) event in Washington, DC.

Adjourn

Meeting was adjourned at 5:40 P.M.

02/18/2020 City Commission Minutes

Valley City Commission Proceedings

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

President Carlsrud called the meeting to order at 5:00 PM.

Members present: Commissioner Magnuson, Commissioner Bishop, Commissioner Powell, Commissioner Erickson.

Others Present: City Attorney Martineck, City Auditor Richter, City Assessor Hansen, Police Chief Hatcher, and Chad Petersen from KLJ.

Approval of Agenda – no changes

Approval of Minutes

Commissioner Bishop moved to approve the minutes from the February 4, 2020 meeting, seconded by Commissioner Powell. Motion carried.

Approval of Consent Agenda

  1. Approve Raffle Permit for Dakota Plains Ag

Commissioner Erickson moved to approve the consent agenda, seconded by Commissioner Magnuson. The motion passed unanimously.

Public Comments

There were no public comments.

Resolution

Approve Resolution No. 2244, a Resolution Approving Final Plans, Specifications, and Estimate of Probable Costs and Authorizing Engineer to Advertise for Bids for Streetscape II (NDDOT Project No. UGP-2-999(051), PCN 22280) and Paving Improvement District No. 120

Chad Petersen from KLJ stated bids will be received by the North Dakota Department of Transportation through April 17, 2020.

Commissioner Powell moved to approve Resolution No. 2244, seconded by Commissioner Magnuson. The motion passed unanimously.

Approve Resolution No. 2245, a Resolution Approving Final Plans, Specifications, and Estimate of Probable Costs and Authorizing Engineer to Advertise for Bids for Paving Improvement District No. 121 (2020 Seal Coat)

Chad Petersen from KLJ stated bids will be received until 10:00 A.M. on March 12, 2020 in the office of the City Auditor.

Commissioner Bishop moved to approve Resolution No. 2245, seconded by Commissioner Erickson. The motion passed unanimously.

New Business

Approve Conditional Use Permit Application filed by CEI Engineering & Associates, Inc. for Love’s Travel Stop & Country Store

City Attorney Martineck stated a Conditional Use Permit was submitted because of the proposed restaurant included in Love’s Travel Stop and Country Store. Planning & Zoning recommends approval.

Commissioner Magnuson moved to approve the Conditional Use Permit, seconded by Commissioner Powell. The motion passed unanimously.

Approve Recommendations from the Visitors Committee:

  1. Recommendation to include and/or amend a 12 month deadline to use funds with an option for a 6 month extensions for the Image Enhancement Grant, Image Enhancement Grant for Historic Buildings, and the Food & Beverage Grant
    1. Recommendation to implement the deadlines as presented for outstanding projects including Wild Prairie Bakery, Brockopp Brewing, Ivy Real Estate, Chamber of Commerce – Rosebud

Auditor Richter reviewed the recommendation from the Visitors Committee. Commissioner Bishop expressed concern with the time limit. Many of these businesses do the construction themselves while working other jobs. Commission would like to hear from one of the members from the committee on their recommendation and have this taken up at a future meeting. No action was taken.

Approve recommendation to purchase receiver boxes for Transfer Station

Sanitation Department Head Swart stated receiver boxes are in 2020 Budget. They are looking to purchase six boxes at this time from Sanitation Products with a total purchase price of $98,376. Commissioner Erickson moved to approve the recommendation, seconded by Commissioner Powell. The motion passed unanimously.

Approve recommendation to accept bids for pickup for Transfer Station

Sanitation Department Head Swart stated they are looking to purchase a pickup so employees don’t have to use personal vehicles. Swart recommends accepting bid from Miller Motors for a 2020 Dodge Ram in the amount of $24,700. This vehicle is in the 2020 budget.  Commissioner Powell moved to approve the recommendation, seconded by Commissioner Magnuson. The motion passed unanimously.

Approve Special Alcohol Beverage Event Permit for VC Eagles Aerie 2192 at North Dakota Winter Show February 29 – March 7, 2020

Commissioner Bishop moved to approve the permit, seconded by Commissioner Magnuson. The motion passed unanimously.

Approve Change for 2020 Board Calendar for March 3, June 2, September 1 and December 1 Finance Meetings to begin at 2:30 PM

Auditor Richter stated that quarterly the Finance Meetings would start at 2:30 to give the Commission time to discuss miscellaneous City topics. Commissioner Magnuson moved to approve the meeting times, seconded by Commissioner Bishop. The motion passed unanimously.

Consider plan for City Administrator screening and interviews

President Carlsrud asked if the schedule works with the other Commissioners. Attorney Martineck stated everything will be handled at the Commission level with the hiring of this position. Commissioner Magnuson moved to approve, seconded by Commissioner Powell. The motion passed unanimously.

City Updates & Commission Reports

Commissioner Powell asked about a Flood Emergency Declaration. Auditor Richter stated there is an applicant’s briefing tomorrow with NDDES, they will walk through procedure. Also new flood forecasts will be out on Feb. 27th and March 11th.

President Carlsrud reminded the public that the 2020 Census is critical to our state, county and city, each person counted generates funds for use by these entities. Census 2020 is important and legitimate. Thanks City and Public Works staff.

Adjourn

Meeting was adjourned at 5:30 P.M.

Filing Deadline for June 9, 2020 Election is Approaching

The filing deadline for the June 9, 2020 election is April 6, 2020 at 4:00 PM. The ND Attorney General, Al Jaeger stated that NDCC “sets the number of signatures required for a candidate’s name to appear on the ballot for a position in a political subdivision and that cannot be changed.” If you are filing a petition, you will need to submit the following number of signatures:

  • Commissioner (2 open positions for 4 year term): 133 signatures
  • Park Board (2 open positions for 4 year term): 128 signatures
  • Park Board (1 unexpired 4 year term ending June 30, 2022): 128 signatures
  • Municipal Judge (1 open position for 4 year term): 133 signatures

In light of COVID-19, circulators may scan the petition and return it electronically to the candidate. Petitions can be transmitted electronically, along with other required documents to City Auditor, Avis Richter at arichter@valleycity.us . Petitions may also be dropped off at the north door of City Hall (254 2nd Avenue NE) during regular business hours, please call 845-8121 to let the City Auditor know you’ve dropped off a petition.

Message from the Mayor re: COVID-19

Saturday, March 21, 2020

Hi Again Everyone,

I am a proud citizen of Valley City and North Dakota.

Do you remember the battles with the horrific floods, with portable outhouses everywhere, and we all pulled together and defeated the floodwaters?  Gosh, help came from the VCPS, VCSU, and even a great number of our more “veteran population”.  You filled well over 350,000 sandbags, served food, and helped in any way you could.  As Governor Burgum might say, it was a great example of “North Dakota Tough”.

Today we are battling an opponent completely different from water.  While water can be deadly, we can go to the water, touch it, walk to higher ground, and again be safe.  COVID-19 plays very differently.  Once we have been close to it, we are likely infected and- unlike the floodwater escaping to higher ground- will not save us.  It is deadly, extremely contagious and “business as usual” has to change.  Please be aware we are no longer an isolated area as we have surpassed South Dakota in numbers of cases.  Hello!  Social Distancing must become the new normal because the young, the strong, and the elderly are all susceptible.  Nearly 40% of cases are in the 20, 30 and 40-year old range.

Many of our businesses are open, but are not open for social gatherings at this time.  Purchase your merchandise and go directly to the safety of your home.  *Unessential travel- NO- “hanging with friends”- NO, as you will place yourself and your friends at risk.  When you have a choice, respect the warnings of Social Distancing. 

To battle this, choose “North Dakota Smart” over “North Dakota Tough”.

Blessings and be safe,

Dave Carlsrud

Governor Burgum Orders Access Restrictions for On-Site Dining Establishments & Recreational Facilities

Pursuant to Executive Order of Governor Doug Burgum, as of 12:00 PM (noon) on Friday March 20, 2020:

1.            All restaurants, bars, breweries, cafes and similar on-site dining establishments in North Dakota are closed to on-sale/on-site patrons; take-out, delivery, drive-through or off-sale services may continue;

2.            Recreational facilities, health clubs, athletic facilities and theaters, including movie theater and music or entertainment venues are directed to close and cease operations.

A violation of Executive Order 2020-06 is an Infraction subject to a fine of up to one thousand dollars for each violation.

Essential businesses such as grocery stores, convenience stores, and gas stations are not affected by the order except to the extent that they provide on-site dining.

All businesses and organizations are highly encouraged to be proactive in adopting policies and procedures that promote social distancing and clean, sanitary spaces.

The City also encourages residents to avoid non-essential travel, avoid groups of 10 or more people, and practice social distancing, pursuant to guidelines published by the Centers for Disease Control and the President of the United States.  We can all help to slow the spread of COVID-19.

03/18/2020 City Operations Update re: COVID-19

For the latest City Operations & Information, please see https://www.valleycity.us/covid-19/

On Wednesday March 17, Valley City Mayor Dave Carlsrud declared a state of emergency as a proactive measure to assist in slowing the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Not only will the emergency declaration allow the City to tap into state and federal resources and funding if necessary, but the City will be better positioned to take actions that protect the health and safety of Valley City employees and residents.

Pursuant to the Mayor’s emergency powers, and in consultation with city staff, the doors to City Hall, Public Works Service Center, Transfer Station, Water Treatment Plant, and Fire Department will be closed to the public with an anticipated re-open date of April 1.  Protective measures have been taken by the Police Department and the PD lobby will remain open at this time.  City offices are fully staffed and all services will continue to be provided without interruption, including but not limited to fire and police protection, flood protection, garbage collection, and street, water, sewer, and electric service.  The purpose of the closure is to discourage discretionary travel and unnecessary person-to-person contact in the community.

Residents should call or email with any questions, concerns or business matters.  City staff will determine if access to City facilities will be granted depending on the nature of the issue and the City’s ability to handle the issue remotely.

City Commission meetings and City Planning Meetings will continue to be held as previously scheduled in the Commission Chambers at City Hall; however, in furtherance of the emergency declaration access will be limited as follows:

  • The doors to City Hall will be locked as indicated above.
  • Any interested person must call 701-845-1700 to request access.
  • Interested persons will be encouraged to call a conference line or participate remotely (information will be released as soon as possible).
  • Residents are highly encouraged to watch the broadcast (live or replay) of commission meetings on BEK channel 26 or CSI channel 68.
  • NewsDakota.com and/or KOVC radio will be given an opportunity to livestream all meetings.

Utility Bill Payments

Public Works will provide the following payment options during the emergency closure:

  • Auto-pay
    • Complete the Automatic Payment Authorization Form available at www.valleycity.us, and submit to Public Works, PO Box 240, Valley City, ND 58072.
  • Payment by check or money:
    • Mail to Valley City Public Works, PO Box 240, Valley City, ND 58072.
    • Drop box located in the parking lot north of the Post Office.
    • Drop box located inside the entryway to Public Works at 254 2nd Avenue NE
    • Payments deposited in the drop boxes by 8:00 AM will be credited to the previous day’s business activities.
  • Cash
    • Cash payments will be accepted in the drop boxes only for the duration of the emergency closure and must be enclosed in an envelope with information that clearly identifies the account holder and account.
  • Payment by credit card:
    • Credit card payments will be accepted by phone only for the duration of the emergency closure and only using the account holder’s credit card.  Please call 701-845-0380 during regular business hours.

Contact Information

  • City Hall—(701) 845-1700
  • Public Works—(701) 845-0380
  • Transfer Station—(701) 845-0314
  • Police Department—(701) 845-3110
  • Fire Department—(701) 845-3351

At this time the City has not acted to prohibit local travel or restrict the operations of businesses in town.  Please call local businesses directly to determine how they are responding to COVID-19.

The City of Valley City will continue to monitor this quickly evolving situation and will follow the recommendations of local, state, and federal health experts.  Residents are also encouraged to rely on accurate and current advice from trusted sources.  Covid-19 related questions will be directed to

  • City County Health District—(701) 845-8518, Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm;
  • North Dakota Department of Health hotline—(800) 207-2880, daily, 7:00am to 10:00pm;
  • Centers for Disease Control online (www.cdc.gov); and
  • North Dakota Department of Health online (health.nd.gov).

Most importantly, take steps to protect yourself and your family:

  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water (or hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol)
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
  • Cover coughs and sneezes with a disposable tissue or use the inside of your elbow
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick, and practice social distancing in general
  • If you believe you or a family member is sick please stay home and call a medical professional

Public Access – City Buildings

While North Dakota, and Valley City in particular, remain at a low risk status for community transmission of the COVID-19 virus, many organizations have begun to take preventative actions in an effort to mitigate future transmission.

The City of Valley City government offices and facilities are committed to remaining accessible to members of the public until it is no longer advisable to do so.

For the safety of our employees and to assist in community mitigation efforts, Valley City residents are highly encouraged to conduct business with the City by phone or email.  Utility payments should be mailed, deposited in the drop box in the front entry of Public Works, or deposited in the drop box in the parking lot behind the Valley City Post Office. 

Residents that require personal service (ie. credit card payments) at City Hall or Public Works may be asked to remain in a designated area while they are being assisted.

Commission meetings are open to the public; however, residents are encouraged to remain at home and watch the broadcast (live or replay) on CSI channel 68 or BEK channel 26.   Members of the public who wish to address a matter of public business at the meeting should call or email City Hall in advance to request time to speak.

  • Mail payments to: Valley City Public Works, PO Box 240
  • Payment drop box: Public Works entry or USPS rear parking lot
  • City Hall phone: 701-845-1700
  • Public Works phone: 701-845-0380
  • Transfer Station phone: 701-845-0314

Additional information and updates available at: www.valleycity.us