Minot, North Dakota
Minot, ND began as a small railroad town and has grown to become a dynamic “micropolitian” community. The fourth largest community was founded in 1887 when the Great Northern Railroad came through the prairie.
The “Magic City”, nicknamed because of it’s massive growth during the 20th Century, has become a major center for commerce, health care, finance, agribusiness, education, transportation and recreation. Minot prides itself on having the best advances in technology and quality services but still maintaining that “small town” atmosphere.
Minot is the central hub for northern and northwestern North Dakota, including parts of Montana and Canada. The city has 3 major highways, 3 railroad systems, bus services and a modern international airport.
If you are looking for your next home, Minot may be the place for you! Minoters pride themselves on their high standard of living, friendly people, clean city and small-town feel.