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Bowman County

North Dakota Tourism

PHONE: (701) 523-3130

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



Coronavirus (COVID-19) is causing many disruptions to our world; below are resources to help you stay informed. #BowmanCountySmart


COVID 19 is here.  If you are sick or caring for some who is sick what should you do? Check this link.

Also, download Care19 app for iPhone and Android - or start a Contact Journal. This is a document of Where you have been, when you were there, and who you had close contact. This will help in contacting those that may be exposed if you test positive. A close contact is someone who you are within 6ft or less of that person for 15 minutes or more. By following social distancing your list should be very short. This helps slow the spread. Keep that list short. Continue to Wash those hands, cover your coughs, stay home when your sick and follow the public health guidelines. For more information: Call Southwestern District Health Unit at 701-483-0171.

Did someone at your workplace test positive? Find out here how to disinfect your building.

If you cannot find the answers to your questions in the links below:
       Cornonavirus information: Public Health hotline number 1-866-207-2880
       Local Information: Bowman County Information Line 523-5591 (M-Th 8-4 and F 8-12)


  • Positive case, close contact and household contact Information
  • ND Smart RESTART Guidlines for businesses
  • Have a question about testing, resources or programs? Check COVID-19 FAQ's

Check here for Burn Ban information, employment opportunities, invitation to bid and other public notices.

Slope County will be taking over the administrative responsibility for human services for both Bowman and Adams counties Jan. 1

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.

For much of the 20th century, Gascoyne was the site of a coal mine with the most active period between 1975 and 1995 when about 2.5 million tons of lignite were produced per year.

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Bowman County phone numbers listed by department.

Listing and links to all County departments.