City of Mott, ND

A family friendly farming community in Southwestern North Dakota

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Pay Water Bill Online

You can pay your water and utility bill online using your credit card.

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Annual Drinking Water Report

This is our opportunity to share information on the quality of water we provide to your home, apartment, or business.

View 2023 Report

The city of Mott, ND is looking to fill an opening for City Superintendent. Click link below to view or download job requirements.

City Superintendent Opening

Hetting County Mitigation Survey Available

Residents of Hettinger County are asked to participate in a survey for the Hettinger County, N.D. Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan Update. The mitigation plan is updated every five years and is necessary to apply for grant funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

Surveyresults will help identify gaps in capabilities and develop mitigation projectsfor the plan. The survey is available online. The survey is also available in digital format on the Hettinger County, city of New England, Mott websites. Hardcopies of the survey are available in the emergency manager’s office at the Hettinger County Courthouse in Mott.

For more information, please contact Hettinger County Emergency Manager Kyle DeMark at 701-824-4227, or Planner Daniel Schwartz with Nexus Planning & Consulting at 701-989-7970.

Medical Assistance

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.

Medical Services

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.

Local Golfing

Senior Center

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. For more information call 701-824-2072.

Sportsman Friendly Community

Are you a sportsman? We are considered the "Pheasant Hunting Capital of The Nation" Pheasant hunting in Mott, North Dakota." 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.

Local Hunting

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 environment 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.

Public Safety

Cannonball Trail Project

The Mott Visionaries re working hard to make the trail a friendly and enjoyable place to walk, either alone or with family and friends.

We have plans to extend the trail as we are able to. If your are interested in helping and would like to donate time, talent or money please contact:

Mott Visionary Committe
Phone: 701-563-7213

Learn More about Cannonball Trail Project

A Look Around Town

Here is a series of photos from around the community. Not all images are current.