Due to the depth of the frost line and inadequate snow cover for insulation, there is an increased possibility of residential/business water service lines freezing.
In order to prevent water service lines from freezing, the City is suggesting water users to trickle (which should equal a little less than a 1/2 cup per minute) water from one faucet in their home/business. The City will provide an extra 1,000 gallons of water at no charge. This will be effective for the months of February and March. If you have any questions, please contact City Hall.
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Oakes is the hub of Southeastern North Dakota. It's a great community to live in, raise a family, and work. Primarily agricultural, Oakes still boasts a large industrial sector, as well as a progressive main street.
If you're looking for a community that's truly a "community", Oakes is the right place for you. With recreational activities for all ages, festivals, and a night life; you'll be sure to find something to do.
Oakes is a community you can raise a family in. An excellent K-12 school system, a progressive preschool program, various youth groups and community church organizations. Oakes is also a safe community to raise your children in.
Oakes is a farm and ranch community with many acres of corn and soybeans produced each year. Oakes is proud to have not one but two 110 car elevator facilities. An expanding industrial sector along with a business sector offering competitive prices with a wide variety of items to suit your needs, make Oakes a vital progressive community. Our medical facilities are like none other in rural North Dakota with a well established clinic and hospital facility.
Oakes is a town on the move. If you're looking to relocate, look no further. Give us a call today 701-742-3508.
Population - 1856