• Hi-Line Bridge

    At 3,860 feet long and 162 feet above the river bed, the Highline Bridge is one of the longest and highest single-track railroad bridges in the nation.

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  • VCSU

    At Valley City State University, students can explore their interests, interact with community leaders, and learn more than they've ever imagined. The experience beyond the classroom better prepares graduates for a rewarding career or furthering their education.

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  • VCSU Footbridge

    Opened in the fall of 1892, the scenic footbridge links Valley City State University to the city. The current three-span, 150-foot, ornate bridge was built in 1901, and is the only one of its kind in the state. After an unfortunate automobile incident the bridge was rebuilt in 1992.

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  • Lake Ashtabula

    Located 12 miles north of Valley City, Lake Ashtabula is a recreational secret full of great fishing, excellent boating and skiing, and is developing into a cabin resort area as well. This 26 mile fun filled waterway is maintained by the Corps of Engineers and hosts many camping and recreational spots.

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  • Rainbow Bridge

    Rainbow Bridge is the site of the first bridge built in Valley City. The current bridge, built in 2004, is one of the few "Rainbow Arch" bridges still in use today.

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Welcome to the City of Bridges and the Sheyenne River Valley!  Valley City, North Dakota is nestled along the meandering Sheyenne River - a region flush with opportunities for employment, recreation and raising a family.  We are close enough to take advantage of the state's largest city and far enough away to enjoy the amenities of a small town.  Valley City is just right - come and visit, we hope you will stay!