Category: News

April 13 Downtown Bismarck News

Bismarck Livability Survey Results Part of the Bismarck Mayor’s Livability Summit that took place last month was a community survey and SWOT analysis, the results are now in and available to the public. The survey results will help start the on-going efforts and conversations to explore what the community wants in order to set the stage for the City’s future Strategic… Read more →

March 30 Downtown Bismarck News

It’s Not Too Far… The first round of Walk [Your City]: Downtown Bismarck wayfinding signs will be installed on Friday, March 31! Walk [Your City] helps boost your community’s walkability, linking informational street signs for people with web-based campaign management and data collection to complement traditional approaches to wayfinding. Walk [Your City]: Downtown Bismarck is a partnership between GO! Bismarck… Read more →

March 16 Downtown News

The Downtowners Staff attended and presented at the Mayor’s Livability Summit on March 9 at the BSC- National Energy Center of Excellence. The summit included 28 speakers from stakeholders to community leaders that touched on a variety of topics such as: Education, Art, Humanities and Recreation, Commerce and Development, Business and Innovation and Community Services and Healthcare. Two keynote speakers… Read more →

March 2 Downtown Bismarck News

The Sharing Economy Comes to Bismarck… Two popular ride-sharing systems have now expanded to some major cities in North Dakota. Lyft and Uber, both international transportation network companies that provides in-app ridesharing services are now up and running in the Bismarck area. Any android or iOS user can now download the Lyft and Uber mobile app.The app will match you with… Read more →

Feb 16 Downtown Bismarck News

Starving Rooster Spotted! A new family-friendly restaurant will open soon in Downtown Bismarck. Starving Rooster, a multi-cuisine restaurant that takes pride in quality ingredients and respects farming culture plans on opening March 3, 2017 according to their Facebook page.  The Starving Rooster opened their first location in Minot in an originally built 1919 Altman and Taylor Tractor Company building. Altman… Read more →