Following a recent public hearing, the Duluth City Council voted to make amendments to the Duluth Unified Development Code relating to improved Community Standards.
Following a recent public hearing, the Duluth City Council voted to update the city’s comprehensive plan, FORWARDuluth, to ensure it meets the needs of the community.
The Duluth City Council recently awarded the 2020 Mill, Patch and Resurface Project to Garrett Paving Company, the lowest of 5 companies bidding for the work.
The Duluth City Council recently amended the Duluth Code of Ordinances regarding the outside delivery of alcoholic beverages to reflect state law.
In an effort to provide more seating options for citizens visiting downtown Duluth, the City Council has authorized the construction of an outdoor seating deck area adjacent to the fountain at Town Green.
Each year on Memorial Day and Veterans Day, Duluth honors Veterans with individual U.S. flags placed on crosses. The flags line the streets of Duluth for miles honoring local Veterans.
During the event, residents and visitors to Duluth can enjoy the sight of 50 or more artists as they create depictions of Duluth’s many landmarks.
“Paint Duluth” will be one activity the pandemic can’t spoil.
More than 50 artists will paint images of Duluth at outdoor stations around the city’s downtown for three days in October.
Following a recent public hearing, the Duluth City Council approved a request from McKinley Homes US to rezone about 8.58 acres for the construction of 72 single-family townhomes.