Dickinson is a town in North Dakota with a population of 22,309. Dickinson is in Stark County. Living in Dickinson offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Dickinson there are a lot of bars and parks. Many families and young professionals live in Dickinson and residents tend to be conservative. The public schools in Dickinson are above average.
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I currently live in Dickinson and I believe that we have a very nice city. We may not have much to do in summer besides parks and bars but we do have sledding in the winter. We have community activities like lent meals. I don’t see much crime which is very nice. It’s a very small suburban city and we have things like Walmart and a mall if you are questioning that. The majority of citizens want to be kind and will be willing to help and have conversations. We have a very good schooling system in my opinion. We have many jobs including ones in the oil industry. Dickinson is very affordable and family friendly. We accept many different people, not paying attention to race. We have very nice nursing homes and great teachers. Overall it’s a nice place to be with great neighbors. If you have any questions feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org If you ever move to Dickinson I hope to see you here!
If you're one to like a small community then this is definitely the place for you. Unfortunately I'm more used to bigger cities as I used to live in Portland and San Francisco. There isn't much to do so that's one thing I hope will change in the future. Although it is small, there are many friendly locals that are willing to help if you're in need or to have a little chat.
Dickinson for the most part has been a cozy little town. The residents are friendly, caring, and put in a lot of community effort towards the towns social events and programs to serve the community. The town is on a slight down turn since the oil boom has slowed way down but its starting to pick back up and jobs are coming back into the oil industry. The housing market is busy do to a lot of people selling their houses do to buying them when oil was high so now they are selling for less, rent has dropped considerably and cost of living has gone down.