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November General Election Cancelled

9/15/2017

At the September 11, 2017 town council meeting, the council voted to adopt a resolution cancelling the November 7, 2017 General Election of certain officers.

Notice to the Public

Resolution 154

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Bid Tabulation for Road Grader and Backhoe

8/15/2017

The Town of Bainville received 6 bids for the Road Grader and high bid went to Doug Smith with a bid of $3,050.00.

The Town of Bainville received 5 bids for the Backhoe. Two bids in the amount of...

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Town of Bainville is under Stage I Fire Restrictions

6/27/2017

The Town of Bainville and Roosevelt County are under stage I fire restrictions. Campfires and other fires (including firepits) are prohibited except in approved recreations sites, as designated on...

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Certain Days for Fireworks within Town Limits

6/26/2017

Discharging fireworks will only be allowed from sunset on Wednesday, June 28, 2017 until 2:00 AM MDT, Wednesday, July 5, 2017 between the hours of 8:00 AM until midnight within the Town limits....

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NORMAL WATER USE CAN RESUME!---DPRW

6/21/2017

NORMAL WATER USE CAN RESUME!

The leak was repaired and water began flowing again into Dry Prairie’s reservoirs around 1:30am this morning. There were no rural customers or towns that were without...

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Emergency water shortage notice--DPRW

6/20/2017

EMERGENCY WATER NOTIFICATION

This is an emergency water shortage notice from Dry Prairie Rural Water. There is a major mainline leak on the Assiniboine-Sioux water pipeline that delivers water to...

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No Open Burning permitted!

6/8/2017

County Commissioners have issued an Open Burn Ban at their regular County Commissioner meeting on June 6, 2017. No permits will be given out for any open burning. Closed burning, like burning in a...

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Now Hiring!! Seasonal Maintenance Worker

5/3/2017

The Bainville Town Council is accepting applications for:

Part Time Summer Mowing/Maintenance Worker

Responsibilities include:  Mowing, weed-eating and general clean-up of city property, vacant...

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Continued--Water Work being done on Clinton/Highway 327

4/24/2017

Updated***Water Work is continuing this week from April 24-27, 2017. Again, property owners along Clinton may have some interruption in water service during this time.

Original Post: Public Works...

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Water Issues in Bainville

4/19/2017

The Town of Bainville is aware of the discoloration of the water and is working with Dry Prairie to make sure everything is ok. Chemically, the water is safe to drink. The water is beginning to...

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Bainville Town Hall is closed for remodeling!

4/4/2017

The Bainville Town Hall is closed for remodeling. The anticipated remodel will last 6-7 weeks. For now, the temporary office is located in the Bainville Fire Hall. Please use the side entrance to...

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Dogs on the loose!!

4/4/2017

Spring is here and people are out enjoying the fresh air. Please keep your animals especially dogs in your own yard.

Remember the Bainville Town Code 8.04.005 definition of a “vicious dog” is...

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New Rates on Building Permits as of January 1, 2017

1/3/2017

The Town of Bainville town council decided in their July 26, 2016 Special budget meeting to adjust the building permit fees. The new rates are the following:

Building Permit (any structure)    ...

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Firework Notice: December 31, 2016

12/22/2016

The Bainville Town Council changed Chapter 9.06 “Fireworks Prohibited” of the Bainville Town Code which can be found on the town website at www.townofbainville.com

Discharging fireworks will only...

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New STOP Signs installed at Duval and Flynn

11/23/2016

New STOP signs have been installed at Duval Street and Flynn Avenue. Please take note as you are traveling in this area.

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