The city of Hebron was established in the 1880s in what was known as the Dakota Territory and was formed into a village government in 1885.  It was incorporated in to a city in 1916.  Hebron grew to its highest population of 2,000 in the mid 1950s and now is a town of about 900 nestled in a peaceful valley 2 miles north of Interstate 94 in southwestern North Dakota. 

Hebron is home to the Hebron Brick Company Inc., which was started in 1904 and has been producing quality brick for 105 years.  It is the oldest manufacturing operation in North Dakota with its state of the art brick making facility.
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Hebron is an active community that offers genuine small town living with a weekly local paper along with a post office, a grocery store, a drug store, a full time dentist, two grain elevators, a public library, an outstanding K-12 school, two parks,  a  lighted recreational area which includes a skate board area, tennis court, baseball field, a swimming pool and many more of the amenities of a hometown community.  You'll quickly find that North Dakotans are honest, hard-working, and exceptionally friendly people.  Leave the hassle and hurry of the big city behind and come visit or reside with us in Hebron, North Dakota.