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Located in southwestern North Dakota, Dickinson is the “Queen City of the Prairies,” the gateway to the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, and home to Dickinson State University. This thriving community of 20,000 is large enough to offer city amenities, but small enough for that friendly hometown feeling.

Things to do

Check out these resources for additional things to do in and around Dickinson:
Dickinson Parks & Rec - Parks, recreational facilities and programs in the Dickinson area
Dickinson Convention & Visitors Bureau - Fun things to do and see
Downtown Dickinson - A shopping and business district with historic charm
Theodore Roosevelt National Park - Rugged scenic beauty and miles of wide-open spaces for hiking, biking, horseback riding, wildlife viewing and more


North Dakota continues to have record low unemployment rates, consistently the lowest in the nation. With a labor force of 413,804 and participation rate of 69.5%, there is constantly a search for qualified talent in careers and jobs in all industries. With thousands of positions open across the state, there’s something out there for all job seekers.
Job Service ND - The official employment service of the state of North Dakota
Job Service ND – Dickinson - Contact information for the Dickinson office
Largest employers in the area: Dickinson Public School District, Wal-Mart, Missouri Basin Well Service, CHI St. Alexius, Dickinson State University, Killdeer Mountain Manufacturing, TMI Corporation, City Of Dickinson, Baker Boy Bake Shop




Additional City Resources

Dickinson website - Information about the city, businesses, jobs, housing and more

Dickinson City Government - Information about city government and services

The Dickinson Press - The latest area news

Dickinson Chamber of Commerce - City businesses