Black Hills Knowledge Netowork

June 7, 2013

City Council Brings About Changes In Ordinances, Parking And Sewer Rates

City ordinances and rates saw changes in this week’s City Council meeting.  The Rapid City City Council repealed an outdated section of  ordinances  that are now covered by newer ordinances and the city’s engineering standards.

City ordinances and rates saw changes in this week’s City Council meeting.  Rapid City's City Council repealed an outdated section of ordinances that are now covered by newer ordinances and the city’s engineering standards. According to the Rapid City Journal other changes that occurred from this council meeting was a $3 price increase for leased parking and a change in the sewer base charge. The sewer base charge was lowered 2 units and customers now have alternative options to set when their rate is averaged for pricing.

For more information please see the agenda and minutes for this week’s meeting as well as our archives for other news about City Council.

 

Related items

  • Lead-Deadwood School Board Announces Vacancy

    Board member Bob Nelson, Jr. submitted his resignation to the Lead-Deadwood School Board at its October 8th meeting, reports the Black Hills Pioneer. It was…
  • Rapid City Seeks To Address Affordable Housing

    The development of affordable housing in Rapid City has been a big issue for local elected officials and activists in 2019. According to the Rapid…
  • Rapid City Legal and Finance Approves $3.9M To Purchase Former NAU Building

    The City of Rapid City’s Legal and Finance Committee approved a resolution Wednesday allowing $3.9 million in Vision Funds to toward the $5 million purchase…

Get Involved!

  • Need more information? Rapid City Public Library associates are standing by to answer your questions! Ask away in the box below during business hours for live feedback.

    For more on this feature, click here.

  • bhkn donate

    Enjoy our work? Donate today to ensure that community members will have access to our wealth of news, history, and data for years to come.

  • 211 logoDid this post inspire you to get involved? Visit our partner 211's Volunteer Database to find volunteer opportunities in your community.

525 University Loop, Suite 202
Rapid City, SD 57701
(605) 716-0058   [email protected]