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2016 Mott Fire District Needs Your Help before March 11
The Mott Fire District is looking for grant funding to assist in the purchase of a new fire truck. Unfortunately, the Mott Fire District isn’t eligible to apply for a federal Community Development Block Grant based on the 2010 Census Income Data for the area. They may be able to change their eligibility with a valid income survey of the district’s residents. Therefore, a confidential income survey is being conducted. We need you to download the survey, by clicking the "Download Survey" icon above, print it out, complete it and return it to us before March 11, 2016.
The survey information must be returned by at least 375 district households by March 11th. It is difficult to get this many responses in such a short time frame and for this reason, your participation is extremely important and sincerely appreciated.
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Mott is a great city to call home. We invite you to come and visit our community. We are a small town located in Southwestern North Dakota and hold the county seat for Hettinger County. Come walk the banks of the scenic Cannonball River or go hiking along the many buttes that complete our landscape.
Experience for yourself the vast amount of wildlife, we experience in our rural setting. (Such as deer, antelope, pheasant, grouse,and turkey to name a few). Whether you enjoy bird watching, hunting, fishing or just crave the peace and quiet, you'll not be disappointed with our community.
Where is Mott?
Mott is located on the scenic plains of rural southwestern, North Dakota in Hettinger County. Our current population is about 850. We are a Centennial City and celebrated this milestone in 2003. We are proud of the rich history in Mott and how it has thrived over the years. You can experience it for yourself by visiting the Mott Gallery of History and Art (open in the summer). We strive to keep our town growing and welcome new opportunities as they arise because we love our community.
Friendly & Safe Community
If you need an industry friendly place to move your business, we have a lot of economic opportunities for you. You will be relocating to a safe enviroment to raise your children, to an area with a low crime rate and a family-friendly school system. The Mott-Regent area of North Dakota welcomes you. Relocation is easy with our local real estate assistance and the options for affordable housing and land for sale is plentiful. Contact us if you want to spend your retirement in a community that really cares, is economically affordable and has great senior care.
Great Retirement Community
Our small town is in Southwest North Dakota where State Highway 8 and 21 meet. They call this area of North Dakota "The Banana Belt" because our weather is warmer and drier than the rest of the state. It is a town of about 850 people in farming and ranching country with good country values and an excellent work ethic.
This is a wonderful place to retire, filled with as much peace and quiet as can be found anywhere. If you are fed up with bumper-to-bumper traffic, high crime rate, noise, air pollution, fires, terrorism and whatever else that comes with a large city, then the town of Mott is for you. Yes, we have plenty of peace and quiet, wonderful clean air and security.
Medical assistance is important to a retired person. We have a clinic in town with a doctor nearly every work day and a fine ambulance service. It is merely thirty minutes from the nearest hospital and only an hour and a half to a major medical center. Medivac planes and helicopters cut that response time to next-to-nothing.
We also have a senior citizen center where they serve senior meals at noon in a homelike family setting. It is a great time to gather with friends. Folks can play cards there or at the K of C Hall, and several card clubs meet in private homes if you enjoy visiting over a card game.
Are you a sportsman? We are considered the "Pheasant Hunting Capital of The Nation." We also have lots of deer, antelope, grouse and turkeys. There is good fishing in the Cannon Ball river that runs through town and many well-stocked dams and ponds are close by. If you like big water, the Missouri River and lake Sakakawea is about one hundred miles from Mott.
Mott has an excellent nine hole golf course with a club house and an active club. The churches, coffee shops and local activities keep one occupied all year long. You can find something to do most every day within a short driving distance of Mott.
How about a walk in the winter when the trees are frosty? We have a lot of beautiful days in any season and the enjoyment of a safe, quiet walk around town early in the morning is a wonderful way to get your day started. Or how about an old-fashioned drive in the country without heavy traffic?
The opportunities for finding ways to enjoy retirement in peace and security are limited only by your imagination. If you have an R.V. come for a few days and park in our R.V. park. Yes, Mott has something very special and valuable to offer.
Come check us out if you're looking to experience a piece of the prairie and see the pride of a farming and ranching community. Please try our campgrounds (complete with full hookups and available dump station). Mott has something for everyone. Remember that Mott's the spot to live and shop!