Jamestown is a place adorned in charm. Norman Rockwell could have painted curly-topped boys fishing along the banks of the James River. Western writer Louis L'Amour was born here, and we'd like to think Jamestown was a source of inspiration for him. Jamestown is nestled between two rivers - the James River and the Pipestem River and has excellent recreational opportunities at both of these.
Jamestown is a place of clean air, safe streets and short commutes. You can take time for fitness, take time for family, and take time for friendships.
Jamestown is a place of good public and private schools - make those great schools - with a high school completion rate of 89%. Jamestown offers a new state of the art high school that was constructed in 2004. Class sizes are small by big-city standards, so children and youth get personal attention and wide-open opportunities to participate in extracurricular activities and sports.
What sets Jamestown apart from the rest? It's our commitment to doing everything we can to help you say "yes" to Jamestown. You can own and operate a thriving business and enjoy job stability in the same community you own your dream home, enjoy quiet neighborhood living, and watch your children grown.
Average Commute Time
Work At Home
Jamestown, North Dakota, is centrally located in North America along Interstate 94 and US Highway 281. North Dakota is located at the US-Canada border, providing an ideal location for companies looking for access to markets throughout North America. Our transportation system includes air, rail, and ground transportation, providing connections to the world.
Daily commercial jet passenger service and air freight service to Minneapolis provides connections to anywhere within the United States or worldwide. Charter air and freight service is also available to those traveling elsewhere in the region.
Rail service provided by Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad Company provides a high level of service and access to markets.
Jamestown is located on US Interstate 94 (I-94) and U.S. Highway 281, toll free roads.
|City||Distance in Miles|
Montana-Dakota Utilities Co.
Gary Spiedel, District Manager
324 2nd Ave. S.W., P.O. Box 2216
Jamestown, ND 58402
Phone: (701) 252-4959
Northern Plains Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Bob Spencer, District Manager
1515 W. Main, P.O. Box 180
Carrington, ND 58421
Otter Tail Power Company
Charles Krebf, Operations Manager
315 2nd Street S.E., P.O. Box 2220
Jamestown, ND 58402
Phone: (701) 252-0540
City of Jamestown
Utility Operations Director - Steve Suko
Phone: (701) 252-5131
325 17th Street SE
Jamestown, ND 58401
Capacity of Plant: 12,000,000 gallons
Capacity of Wells: 7,000,000 gallons
Average Daily Consumption: 4.0 million gallons/day
Peak Consumption: 6.7 million gallons
Stutsman Rural Water
Address:1812 Highway 281 N
Jamestown, ND 58401-2104
Phone: (701) 252-7727
Method of Garbage Disposal: Sanitary Landfill
Sewer Use Charge: Based on water used
Lift Station & Wastewater System
Type: Mechanical & Lagoon
Capacity: 4.5 million gallons/day
Present Load: 3.5 million gallons/day - average
20 Lift Stations