The City of Valley City contracts with KLJ and Moore Engineering to serve as the city engineers.
This page lists the current and upcoming infrastructure projects for the City of Valley City. Questions regarding project construction, please contact KLJ at (701) 845-4980. Questions regarding the financing of the project, including any estimated special assessments, please contact the City Auditor's Office at (701) 845-1700.
2nd Ave NW, 3rd St NW, and 4th St N Reconstruction Public Input Meeting
Construction Update – Paving Improvement District 125 – 2nd Ave NE/4th St NE and 3rd St NE/3rd Ave NE Street Reconstruction
Phase 1: 2nd Ave NE continues to be closed to traffic from 2nd St NE to 5th St NE. No detour route for motorized vehicles will be provided, temporary pedestrian access routes are being provided.
Beginning Monday, August 7, 2023, work on 4th St NE will be extended east past the alley between 3rd St NE and 4th St NE. Access to properties along the alley will be provided from 3rd St NE. No access will be available from 4th St NE.
If you have any questions regarding the project, please contact KLJ at (701)-845-4980.
Main Street Construction and Street Closure Notification: Beginning Tuesday, July 25th, Main Street will be closed from 5th Ave NW to Central Avenue. Local traffic will be permitted to businesses inside of the road closures. The contractor will be installing an additional storm sewer discharge to increase the capacity of the existing system. For the safety of the traveling public, traffic will be detoured onto 2nd Street NW during this closure. The road closure may last up to September 16th. If you have any questions regarding the project, please contact KLJ at (701)-845-4980.
Comprehensive & Transportation Plan
The City of Valley City developed a Comprehensive & Transportation Plan to serve as a guide for growth and development through 2045. The plan was approved by City Commission on August 20, 2019 through Resolution No. 2216.
The Permanent Flood Protection (PFP) map shows the overall plan for permanent flood protection as planned to date (April 24, 2020). The existing floodplain is indicated on the map which shows the overall properties that will be protected with PFP.