Category Archives: City of Great Falls

Water main project on city agenda

City Commissioners will consider a $92,921.70 contract during Tuesday’s meeting for a water main project on 2nd. Street South. City staff are recommending approval of the contract to Geranios Enterprises, Inc. for the project, which will install about 650 lineal feet of new 12-inch and 8-inch water main and one new fire hydrant. The project is being completed in cooperation

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Swimming lessons resume at MSDB

Park and Recreation is offering swimming lessons to the public at the Montana School for the Deaf and Blind. After some mechanical difficulties, the pool is repaired and swimming lessons will resume beginning March 16. Registration is now open. MSDB pool should reopen soon after mechanical repairs  Swim Lessons:  Weekday Lessons: $40 per child – 2 week sessions Times: 5-5:45

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Two neighborhood councils meet next week

Two neighborhood councils meet next week. Neighborhood Council 5 meets in the Great Falls Clinic Specialty Center Conference Room, 3000 15th Ave. S., at 7 p.m. March 18. Agenda items include committee reports, neighborhood concerns and guest presenters. Park and Recreation Director Steve Herrig will provide an update on the department and Sandy Rice,will share information on Neighborhood Council 7’s

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City Commission denies Wheat Ridge annexation

City Commissioners voted 5-0 on Tuesday to deny annexation of 21.1 acres on the eastern edge of the city for the proposed Wheat Ridge residential subdivision. The annexation request was initially submitted to the city last spring and had support from Neighborhood Council 5 and the city planning board. Wheat Ridge annexation back on city agenda this week But city

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City upgrading storm drain system on south side of Great Falls for $774,805

During Tuesday’s meeting, City Commissioners will consider awarding a $774, 805 contract to United Materials for the South Great Falls Storm Drain Improvements project. The project will provide an outlet for storm water that collects in an existing depression on private property along the east side of 4th Street South, and to collect surface drainage within the Grandview Tracts neighborhood,

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Audit contract on city agenda this week

The City Commission will consider approving a 3-year contract for audit services to Anderson ZurMuehlen and Co. for $47,000. The audit services under the contract would be for fiscal years 2019, 2020 and 2021. State law requires municipalities to perform audits annually. AZ has been the city’s auditor since fiscal year 2016. City’s audit report considered for acceptance on Tuesday

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