City of Max Launches a New Website! Subscribe Today! - May 07, 2016

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City of Max... Live Life to the Max!

In the City of Max, we are defined less by boundaries on a map than by the sense of shared values our residents hold dear. Small town values, guided growth, preservation of historical, cultural, and natural heritage are just a few of the core principles that make City of Max a wonderful place to call home. Max, North Dakota is located 28 miles south of Minot along Highway 83, the Gateway to Lake Audubon and Lake Sakakawea, with only 15 miles to fishing and water sports. Our present population is 287 citizens. Max is a vibrant small community suited for quiet living without sacrificing access to services and recreation. Nestled in the midst of Minot, Bismarck, and Garrison. Come see what Max has to offer.

Upcoming Events

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Landfill Open

Landfill is open. Click here for more details.

Bountiful Baskets Pickup @ The City Hall. For more information contact Jessica Henne.

The City of Max holds monthly council meetings.  Subscribe to our new website today and stay on top of the local events and happenings.  We will be adding events daily!  Just another way we are working harder to better serve you!

Recent News

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Max News 6/23/2016

(6/23/2016) Max All School reunion is this weekend, June 24-26. On Friday June 24th registration will be held at the Civic Center from 3pm-6pm. The evening will be free for classes to gather individually. On Saturday June 25th the fun run will meet at the school at 8am...

Need Help with City Services Schedule?

(6/23/2016) Confused which day is YOUR trash pickup day?  Does the City offer Recycling? When can I water my yard in the warmer months?  All these answers and so much more can be found on our new website. Don't see the information you need? Give us a call, we...

Max News 6/9/2016

(6/9/2016) Max Community Library’s Summer Reading Program kicked off this past Monday with over 40 participants. We had fun learning basic Karate moves from Shifu Martin of Moores Karate. The second week of Summer Reading continues on Monday June 13th at 10:30. ...