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About Buxton

Buxton is nestled in the Northeast corner of North Dakota, an hour north of Fargo and about 20 minutes south of Grand Fork.


According to an article in the Grand Forks Herald, folks like living here,  Some of us come from families that have been here since 1880!


Our government is headed by a Mayor and City Council.  City Council meetings are the second Wednesday of every month and are open to the public.


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The Village of Buxton was platted by Budd Reeve in 1880. Located in the southeast corner of Buxton Township-Section 25, Township 148 North, Range 51 West, it lies 12 miles west of the Red River of the North. It was founded by a group of well-to-do enthusiasts more as an idealistic scheme than a money-making enterprise.
The townsite company was headed by Thomas J. Buxton, President, and Budd Reeve, General Manager. Through a transaction with J. J. Hill, Reeve obtained this real estate in exchange for a piece of Minneapolis property. Two sections of land for the town were bought for $6,500 and deeded to Harriet Eliza Tanner Reeve, wife of Budd. It was Harriet Reeve who decided the town should be named "BUXTON" for Buxton, a wealthy Minneapolis businessman and family friend.


Buxton offers weekly trash and bi-monthly recycling services, water and sewer, fire, and road maintenance.
Garbage and Recycle Pick-up Services
 Click Here for an Important Video for you About Recycling
  • Garbage is picked up every Wednesday
  • Recycle Pick-up is the Wednesday following the third Monday 
How and What to Recycle
  • Plastic Bottles:
    • Acceptable: #1 & #2 narrow neck bottles only.
    • Unacceptable: Tubs (i.e. ice cream or margarine), toys, plastic bags, hard plastic, oil containers, etc.
    • Preparation: Rinse, remove all caps, and flatten.
  • Glass:
    • Acceptable: Clear, brown, & green bottles & jars
    • Unacceptable: Light bulbs, drinking glasses, dishes, mirrors, and windows.
    • Preparation: Rinse and remove caps or lids
  • Aluminum & Tin/Steel:
    • Acceptable: Soda & food cans, aluminum foil & pie plates, scrap metal, screw-on lids, aerosol cans & paint cans (all cans must be empty and clean).
    • Unacceptable: Dirty Containers
    • Preparation: Rinse, remove ends, and flatten
  • Paper:
    • Acceptable: Newspaper, magazines, phone books, writing paper, envelopes, & junk mail.
    • Unacceptable: Dirty paper, hardcover books.
    • Preparation: Bundle or place in paper bag
  • Cardboard:
    • Acceptable: Corrugated, paperboard, & paper bags.
    • Unacceptable: Plastic coated boxes, Styrofoam.
    • Preparation: Flatten and bundle, bag or box


You will find this wonderful city conveniently located 55 miles north of Fargo, ND and 20 miles south of Grand Forks, ND on Interstate 29. 
Buxton is served by Grand Forks-Traill Water that received the distinction of  being among the top five water systems in the Nation with the best tasting water! 

Give it a try when you stop by!


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City Council

City Council

 Meetings are open to the community!
Place: The Buxton City Council meets at the Fire Hall the second Wednesday of every month. 
Time: 7:00 - 9:00 PM



City Council Members
Travis Soderberg, Mayor
Jackie Siewert, Auditor
Jeff Siewert
Holly Aamold
Keaton Flanagan
Ben Hershey
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