City of Rutland....Pride of the Prairie!

The City of Rutland is more like a big family than a small town. Classic Americana, unparalleled community spirit, and a true sense of historical, cultural, and natural heritage are just a few of the core principles that makes the City of Rutland a wonderful place to call home. Rutland may be in the middle of nowhere but it is in the middle of everything.

Upcoming Events

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Siren Testing - 7 p.m. Tuesday June 9


The outdoor warning sirens are tested at 7 p.m on the first Tuesday of each month (April, June, July, August and September).

Miss Rutland


Cora McKinney will be crowned as Miss Rutland, Sunday, June 14, at 7 p.m. at the basketball court by City Hall. There will be a parade following heading East on Gay Street - South on Dakota Street - West on Anthony Street. Please respect social distancing.

Council Organization Meeting


City Council Organization meeting. Newly elected mayor and city council members take office. The Mayor, with approval of the City Council, shall appoint the following officers: city auditor, city engineer, and such other officers as the city council deems...

Recent News

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Public Works Position


The City of Rutland is seeking to fill the Public Works/City Maintenance position to oversee the City public works infrastructure. Job Description and application material available on the City website or by calling City Hall at 701-724-3081.


Burning Ban Restrictions


State Forester Thomas Claeys said, “With this year’s spring wildfire season coinciding with the COVID-19 pandemic and emergency response, the North Dakota Forest Service and state agencies are working to reduce additional risks and stressors on an already...

COVID-19 Resources


Confused by all the news and trying to figure out where to get access to resources and information?  Try the following and look under resources. The site is sponsored by over a dozen organizations. There is information for families and businesses covering...