As the June 4th election draws near, Rapid City Mayor Sam Kooiker and challenger State Senator Mark Kirkeby are working to make clear their differences. Read more »
Mayoral Candidates Highlight Differences
A chance for lowered sewer rates for Rapid City residents proposed
The first reading of a proposed ordinance to give more flexibility to ratepayers was approved by the Public Works Committee. The Current rate is based on water use during December, January, and February and if no water is used during these month then the ratepayer is automatically billed a 7-unit base charge. The complete article is available from the Rapid City Journal. For additional information checkout the archives or read the minutes of the May 14th meeting at the Read more »
Piedmont Street Work Bids Due
Focus is on Issues in Rapid City Debate
Rapid City Short on Senior Services
Rapid City's senior citizens report trouble getting medical care, finding transportation and housing and recreation opportunities in a recent survey conducted by the University of South Dakota.
Piedmont Water Project Update And Information
Alderman Recall Petition Reaches Halfway Point
Rapid City Owned Golf Course Getting a Facelift
City Of Piedmont Gains Website
You can now read city Board of Trustee meeting minutes,as well as find local resources and links at Piedmont's new website. The website is a work in progress, so look for more to come in the future.
Rapid City Residential building permits on the rise
Rapid City is on track to surpass last year in residential building permits. During the 1st quarter of 2013 there were residential building permits issued for 333 units, while last year there were only 405 units issued for the entire year. This is a trend that Rapid City has seen over the past few years according to the Rapid City Progress Report which shows the number of permits issued since 2010. More information can be found at the < Read more »