Jamestown Reservoir

City Administrator Responds To COE Letter on Fallen Trees in Local Channels

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – Jamestown City Administrator Jeff Fuchs has given an update on the fallen trees in both the James River and Pipestem Creek. It was reported Tuesday that the Army Corps of Engineers had contacted the Jamestown City Council regarding fallen trees in local river channels. The fallen trees would cause future...
Keep Reading »

City of Jamestown Discussing Recycling Options Today

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The City of Jamestown will begin discussions of what proposal to move forward with regarding curbside recycling. The City made the announcement that two proposals were received, one from Dakota Sanitation of Bismarck and Renaissance Recycling of Jamestown. Cost for the Dakota Sanitation proposal is $9.42 per residence per month,...
Keep Reading »
Jamestown City Hall

Finance & Legal Committee Discusses Tourism Requests Tuesday

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The Jamestown Finance & Legal Committee met during a regular committee meeting on Tuesday, August 23rd. The committee approved a real estate lease between the JSDC and Secretarial Solutions. The business will now be located inside a smaller space in the Center for Economic Development in Downtown Jamestown. The committee...
Keep Reading »
Gordon "Gordie" Christianson

Christianson Retires After 50 Years on Jamestown Fire Department

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The Jamestown Fire Department celebrated their longest serving volunteer on Tuesday, August 23rd. Gordon “Gordie” Christianson began serving on the Jamestown Fire Department on August 21st, 1966 after he was encouraged to join by some of his friends. He says it’s been a second home for the past 50 years....
Keep Reading »