Best U.S. Towns With Fewer Than 10,000 Residents Decorah, Iowa. Population: 7,594. Whitefish, Montana. Population: 7,608. Hood River, Oregon. Population: 7,686. Doylestown, Pennyslvania. Population: 8,297. Sitka, Alaska. Population: 8,689. Georgetown, South Carolina. Population: 9,054. Fairfield, Iowa. Population: 9,892. 100. Sedona, Arizona. Population: 10,000.
The result is this list of the best cities for : West Fargo , ND. Williston, ND. Bismarck , ND. Mandan, ND. Dickinson, ND. Watford City, ND. Fargo , ND. Minot, ND.
Fortunately, North Dakota is actually considered one of the best places to live when it comes to cheap yet great cities and towns. The delightful “City of Bridges” comes in at eighth on the list. The population is 6,585 and it is home to the Valley City State University.
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Unalaska , Alaska. With a population of around 4,524, the small town of Unalaska , Alaska, is the perfect spot for a quiet getaway. Winslow, Arizona. Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Carmel, California. Mancos, Colorado. Essex, Connecticut. New Castle, Delaware. Crystal River, Florida.
An amount below 100 means North Dakota is cheaper than the US average. A cost of living index above 100 means North Dakota , North Dakota is more expensive . North Dakota cost of living is 89.9.
|COST OF LIVING||North Dakota||United States|
Things to Consider Before Moving to North Dakota No really big cities: There are no big cities in North Dakota . Housing shortages in some places: There is a housing shortage in towns like Minot and Williston. Open spaces: There is quite a bit of wide open space in this state. The weather: Finally, there is the weather.
A recent ranking from Best States says that North Dakota has the highest quality of life in the nation. That may come as a surprise, but it makes perfect sense when you consider that this state has it all: stunning national parks, a healthy environment and a strong sense of community.
Annual average precipitation across the state ranges from around 14 in (35.6 cm) in the west to 22 in (55.9 cm) in the east. Snow is the main form of precipitation from November through March, while rain is the most common the rest of the year. It has snowed in North Dakota during every month except July and August.
Cost of Living in Fargo
|Milk (regular), (1 gallon )||3.66$|
|Loaf of Fresh White Bread (1 lb)||2.30$|
|Rice (white), (1 lb)||1.75$|
|Eggs (regular) (12)||2.29$|
The violent crime rate statewide is 2.8, which is the same as last year and below the national rate of 3.7 incidents per 1,000. North Dakota’s property crime rate fell year over year, from 22.1 to 20.4 incidents per 1,000.
Key Takeaways. The oil boom from 2010 to 2015 led to rapid growth for North Dakota towns like Watford City and Williston. Boom turned to bust when oil prices fell from more than $100 in 2014 to less than $30 in 2016.