The 2018 Mill and Overlay project will begin Monday, July 23rd. The following intersections (see map) along 6th Street E/W, between 2nd Ave W & 3rd St. E will have closures from Monday, July 23rd until Friday, August 3rd. Please follow any detour signs and use an alternate route if necessary. ... See MoreSee Less
City of Dickinson – Water Utilities Department will be working on a water curb stop replacement on Thursday, July 19, 2018 from approximately 6:30 AM to 5:00 PM at the subject address.
The road (1st Ave. SE) will be closed between 1st St. SE and 2nd St. SE and will only allow local traffic. We would appreciate the public’s cooperation in keeping this area cleared from roadside parking, if possible, in order to expedite the repair. We anticipate the area, highlighted in red, being without water from approximately 6:30 AM to 5:00 PM. Door hangers will be placed at the homes of affected residents.
Thank you for your cooperation. – City of Dickinson – Water Utilities Department ... See MoreSee Less
The Records Division of the DPD will be going to new summer hours starting July 2nd.
The new hours will be: Monday - Thursday 8AM to 5PM & Friday 8AM to 1230PM.
The Public Safety Center is manned 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Walk-in service is available at all times. If you find the inner doors of the building locked, please use the call box located on the west wall to request assistance. ... See MoreSee Less
This Dickinson Police Department would like to remind everyone that discharging fireworks within Dickinson city limits is illegal. We will be taking an aggressive, zero tolerance approach related to fireworks. Violators can expect their fireworks to be seized and to be cited with an infraction and fined $150. There will also be additional Officers deployed for the 4th of July holiday; Stay safe, wear your seatbelt and designate a driver!
Maybe people would actually take this seriously if fines were larger.... the 4th is fine for the show but there’s too many animals and people that have to suffer a week before and a week after because of careless people shooting them off when it’s not allowed and maybe a larger fine would teach people a lesson.
Thank you for all you do for our city Dickinson PD and happy 4th!
Beginning today, street lights along 8th Street will be OFF until the new street lights are installed. Please use extra caution while driving in this construction zone in the evening/night hours.🚧⛔8TH STREET SOUTH CLOSURES⛔🚧
Beginning: FRIDAY, MAY 4TH:
📍 The north half of 8th Street S from 2nd Ave SW to 6th Ave SE will be closed as shown in red on the attached map for water main replacement and roadway reconstruction.
📍 Two-way traffic will be maintained on the south half of 8th St S
📍Temporary access through the construction areas will be provided for lots directly abutting 8th Street S. Minor road intersections will be closed to thru traffic as shown in blue on the attached map. These routes will remain open for local traffic only.
📍 These closures are expected to be in place for approximately 2 months, at which point the north half of the roadway will be opened, and the south half will be closed for reconstruction. Various closures are expected on this roadway until October, so please watch for updates to these routes and use alternate roadways if possible
📍 Vehicles over 8’-6” wide will be directed to use an alternate route during this construction as shown on the second attachment. ... See MoreSee Less