Eddy County ND. We love North Dakota

Eddy County ND is located in the central eastern portions of North Dakota. Eddy County counts almost 2,400 residents and is found between Carrington to the south and Fort Totten to the north. Eddy County is nearly 650 square miles and includes the communities of Sheyenne and the county seat New Rockford, as well as the townships of Cherry Lake, Bush, Columbia, Freeborn, Colvin, Gates, Eddy, Hillsdale, Grandfield, Lake Washington,  Munster, Pleasant Prarie, Paradise,  Rosefield, Superior, Sheldon, and Tiffany. Eddy County’s official newspaper is the New Rockford Transcript. Check out also this video about the New Rockford-Sheyenne Public School:

Eddy County was established in 1885 and is named after Ezra B. Eddy (1830-1855) who was a regionally well-known Fargo banker. In 1899, the county started the construction of the Eddy County Courthouse which was opened in 1900.

Education plays an important role in Eddy County. New Rockford-Sheyenne Public School provides a very challenging learning and training environment so all students will be educated to their best abilities and potential. New Rockford-Sheyenne Public School, 437 1st Ave N, New Rockford, ND 58356, Phone: (701) 947-5036.

If you want to set up your business in Eddy Count, please contact the New Rockford Area Betterment Corporation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency that is specialized in helping entrepreneurs establish their business and to boost New Rockford’s and Eddy County’s tax revenues, The organization promotes business expansion and also works hard for the improvement of the overall well-being and health of the county’s residents and to promote community sense and betterment via training, capacity building, and grant writing.

Besides the NRABC, there is the New Rockford Area Chamber of Commerce. This body has a leading role when it comes to promoting New Rockford and Eddy County as a trade area where you’ll find a progressive and positive attitude toward setting up your business. The Chamber actively helps in the development and promotion of attractive, caring, and active businesses and wants to meet the needs and requirements of its customers.

The Camber aims to maintain a responsible and steady growth rate for New Rockford and Eddy County, a region known for its fun-loving and friendly people. It is the Chamber’s mission and commitment to promote and enhance living conditions for the area’s residents, to offer tourists an interesting and fun place to visit, to safeguard the interests and increase the activities of local businesses, and to be an active advocate for a sustainable and healthy community.

More about the New Rockford Area Betterment Corporation

 History

In 1991, the NRABC succeeded in attracting a, almost $2 million facility for bison processing, actually the first bison processing plant in America. The facility is solely set up for processing bison. Since those days, the NRABC has set up and maintained a revolving loan and grant fund to assist many start-up businesses, particularly micro-businesses whose primary owners did not have access to traditional financing.

The NRABC additionally keeps in close contacts with other business developing agencies to provide support with business planning, marketing assistance, and finance options to local and regional businesses. A well-educated workforce is crucial for the region’s development so the NRABC also actively supports adult education initiatives and facilities that provide high school equivalency (GED) instruction, such as BestGEDClasses’ online instructions.

Mission Statement

The NRABC (New Rockford Area Betterment Corporation) aids in the generation of new and additional tax revenues for New Rockford and Eddy County, North Dakota, by promoting the growth, development, and growth of commercial and industrial business, with an emphasis on very small and minority-owned businesses that may be unable to obtain aid from conventional sources. The organization also works to improve the overall health of the county and to foster community betterment through capacity building, grant writing, and training.