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PHONE: (701) 523-3130

Bowman County Courthouse
104 1st St NW
Bowman, ND 58623

 

Governor’s Executive Order it is outlined that the “statewide burn ban is in effect for areas in the North Dakota Fire Danger Rating designated as High, Very High, or Extreme, and/or when a Red Flag Warning has been issued for an area.  Additionally, burning will be allowed in designated areas with a Low or Moderate Fire Danger Rating upon approval of the local fire response authority who has jurisdiction over the designated area.”  The order is in effect through May 8, 2015, unless rescinded or extended.

Bowman  –         NO BURNING ALLOWED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Marmarth –        Chief Crystal Hamlin 279-5888 for permission to burn during Low or Moderate

Reeder  –           NO BURNING ALLOWED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Rhame –            NO BURNING ALLOWED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Scanton –          NO BURNING ALLOWED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE         

Bowman County Commissioners have issued a burn declaration. Check with your fire chief for burning restrictions.

Spring is here and with it comes a temperatures, fierce sunlight and high winds. Those are prime conditions for wildfire season.

Calendar of all meetings including commission, local boards and those hosted by county departments.

At an elevation of 3,192 feet Rhame is the highest of all cities in ND and was named for Mitchell Davison Rhame, a district engineer for the railroad.

Scranton was founded in 1907 along the Milwaukee Rail and was named after Scranton, PA - like that city, it was located within a region of coal mining.

*Townships, Cities, County *Ambulance and Fire Department *Park, Fair, Library, Historical Soc *Schools, Water Resource

Phone numbers and employee e-mail addresses listed by department.

Listing and links to all County departments.