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Posted on: May 26, 2020

Outdoor Pool Won’t Open

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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, tonight the Pierre City Commission decided not to open Pierre’s outdoor pool for the 2020 swimming season.

“We hate to go without an outdoor public pool this season, but public safety is the priority,&...

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City of Pierre News
Posted on: May 22, 2020

Street Closure Planned: Prospect Ave.

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Street Closure Planned: Prospect Ave.

  

Weather permitting, portions of Prospect Avenue will close next week for construction work.

Prospect Ave., between Sebree Pl. and Yankton Ave. and between Oneida and Willow Avenues, will close to thr...

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City of Pierre News
Posted on: May 20, 2020

New Trees, New Vision at City Arboretum

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New Trees, New Vision at City Arboretum

The local Arbor Board has a new vision for the city’s arboretum, and it’s already starting to take shape.

This week, the city Parks Dept. is planting nearly three dozen new native trees and shrubs....

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City of Pierre News
Posted on: May 20, 2020

Rawlins Library: Fine Forgiveness Week

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Rawlins Library: Fine Forgiveness Week

It’s time to dig out those library books you’ve had stashed since before the pandemic started. Rawlins Municipal Library is offering fine forgiveness between June 7 and June 13.

“We&rs...

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City of Pierre News
Posted on: May 15, 2020

Pierre Airport Taxiway Project Underway

TAXIWAY CONSTRUCTION AT PIERRE REGIONAL AIRPORT

Pierre Airport Taxiway Project Underway

A nearly $4 million investment is underway at Pierre Regional Airport. The municipal airport is reconstructing its taxiways to meet new Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements.

“FAA now requires ...

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City of Pierre News
Posted on: April 30, 2020

Statement from Mayor Harding on COVID-19

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South Dakota’s recently released COVID-19 Back to Normal plan very closely aligns with what we’re already doing here in Pierre.

At the beginning of April, the Pierre City Commission approved an emergency ordinance that gave both individ...

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City of Pierre News
Posted on: April 20, 2020

Quest for Knowledge Continues Amidst COVID

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Quest for Knowledge Continues Amidst COVID

The Corona Virus isn’t keeping Rawlins Municipal Library down.

To keep patrons and staff safe from the virus, in mid-March, the Library swapped walk-in service for curbside service with a sanitization pro...

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City of Pierre News
Posted on: April 7, 2020

Commission Follows Gov’s Lead: Emergency COVID Ordinance, Golf Course Opens with Changes

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Following yesterday’s firm directive from Gov. Kristi Noem, the Pierre City Commission took action tonight to make state and federal COVID-19 recommendations enforceable at the local level.

Specifically, the ordinance makes it a Class 2 Misdemean...

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City of Pierre News
Posted on: April 5, 2020

Steamboat Trail Closed for Rehab

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A portion of Steamboat Trail will close Monday morning.

More than 1,500 feet of the walking trail between Poplar and Central Avenues will be rebuilt. The current eight foot asphalt path will be replaced with a 10 foot concrete path. Additionally, three res...

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City of Pierre News
Posted on: March 31, 2020

City Waives Penalty Fees until June

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Tonight, the Pierre City Commission responded to the COVID-19 pandemic with some utility relief for its customers.

For the months of April and May, the City will waive the past due fee for people who can’t pay their utility bill on time. The chan...

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