Beulah is the largest town in Mercer County, North Dakota. The City of Beulah takes an aggressive approach to work with existing business expansion as well as attract new business and industry to the community. The quality of life in Beulah ranks highly in every important category due to its “Blue Ribbon” Schools of Excellence, low crime rate, friendly communities, and abundance of recreational opportunities.
Bottineau is the county seat for Bottineau County, North Dakota. It is a cluster of tree-lined streets and stores nestled around a railroad track. The surrounding landscape is a perfect grid of county roads and Great Plains flatness that extends to the horizon and beyond. Because of the vast array of recreational opportunities, it is known as the “Four Season’s Playground of North Dakota.” The city’s commercial district boast many small local shops. Bottineau is also home to the oldest county fair, the Bottineau County Fair in North Dakota. It is also home to Dakota College at Bottineau.
Bowman is the county seat for Bowman County, North Dakota. Bowman is a community of progressive, generous, friendly, and supportive people with a diversely aged population. It presents small town hospitality and big city style. With virtually zero crime and pollution, this small-town atmosphere provides an excellent place to raise a family without the stress of big city living. Quality of life is a key motivator in Bowman. The community strives to promote a clean, safe community with quality schools, a hospital, and parks and recreation opportunities.
Some consider Crosby the end of the world, but to Crosby residents it is the center of the continent. Crosby is the county seat of Divide County, the north western most county in North Dakota. In Crosby, farming is king, black gold is big and nobody’s a stranger for long. Crosby is a center of commerce and community. It houses a picturesque golf course, wildlife that summon hunters from afar, and a winter sports center. These are only a few of the attractions found in this warm-hearted neighborliness community.
Dunn County is in western North Dakota. It is a truly resilient and unique community. Found in the heart of oil country, the County found itself managing the needs of rapid growth. The residents recognize that Dunn County’s greatest natural resource is not oil but the strong, independent families and young people this county produces. Dedicated to strong work ethic and old fashioned western hospitality its residents work as a collaborative to embrace the opportunities and challenges that come its way.
Located in western North Dakota, Golden Valley County offers small town charm, natural beauty, and a vibrant culture. Golden Valley County government proudly serves the residents of this great region, and strives to enhance the well-being of our communities by advocating for and providing quality services in a friendly and efficient manner. Golden Valley is a clean, rural county that is a great place to raise children. It offers good medical care, ample services, and jobs to support growing families. Its communities strive to promote and support a favorable business environment and a rich quality of life. The county prides itself in building an emerging environment through events and activities with a vision for the future.
Hazen is located in Mercer County, North Dakota. Nestled in the heart of the Sakakawea South Shore Region, just minutes from beautiful Lake Sakakawea, the Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site and several coal mines and energy plants. With a population of about 2500, Hazen has everything a resident or traveler needs including a well-rounded business district, a variety of restaurants, medical facilities, a great school, and many other services.
Kenmare is in the far northwestern corner of Ward County. Found on the Central North American Trade Corridor, US Highway 52, Kenmare sits 40 miles from the major customs port of Portal and just 50 miles from an international airport in Minot. The Historic Danish Mill, built in 1902, is the centerpiece of Kenmare's unique town square park in the heart of the business district. Visitors, as well as locals, can refresh and enjoy themselves in this peaceful green space after shopping and dining in the many intriguing stores, including an old-time soda fountain.
Stanley is the county seat of Mountrail County. Stanley is a wonderful community with a charm that intertwines the traditions of the past with the progress of the future. Stanley residents work to cultivate an environment that fosters community-wide growth. It has a vibrant and diverse business community with services to fit every need. This four-season community offers year-round recreation opportunities and activities for its residents and visitors.