How to submit questions/concerns regarding City’s plan to ease business restrictions

RAPID CITY, S.D. — On April 27, the Rapid City Council voted 7-2 to ease restrictions on certain businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rapid City officials are encouraging and reminding the public to voice their concerns, questions or complaints about the City’s Plan to Ease Restrictions.

If the public has a concern, they can email the Mayor’s Office at mayorsoffice@rcgov.org. Depending on the nature of the concern or question, the Mayor’s Office will then forward the item to the appropriate City department for review, response and enforcement.

Furthermore, the public can also file a Citizen Action Request Form.

The City’s Code Enforcement Division is monitoring business for compliance and providing guidance protocols approved in the Council resolution. City officials emphasize the priority focus of code enforcement is on education and clarification of the Plan’s provisions.

If you have any questions, you can contact the Mayor’s Office at 394-4110.

 

 

 

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