Reynolds sits atop the county line dividing Grand Forks and Traill counties in North Dakota.  It is approximately 15 miles south of Grand Forks and 60 miles north of Fargo at mile marker 123 on Interstate 29.

Reynolds is mainly supported by agriculture and has been since its founding by Dr. Henry A. Reynolds, a temperance advocate, in 1880.  Some of the crops grown in the area are wheat, barley, sunflowers, edible beans, corn, soybeans, sugar beets, and potatoes.

The mailing address for the City is P.O. Box 176.

The City of Reynolds operates as a council form of government with a mayor and four council members. Our paid staff consists of the city auditor. 

Jennifer Skold, City Auditor, 701.330.2495 | |  Jennifer works for Valley United Co-op in Reynolds. She and her husband Mike have one adult son. Among other things, contact Jen regarding:

  • Utilities/garbage bill
  • Licensing your dog
  • Building permits
  • Street lights
  • Getting dumpsters

David Scholand, Mayor  |   David was born and raised in the Reynolds area and is employed at Central Valley Bean in Buxton. He and his wife Shelly have two children.

Dorian Beck  |  Dorian works for Lithia Ford in Grand Forks. He has three adult children.

Braden Majer | 

Linda Dockter  |  Linda was born and raised in Harvey, ND, and is employed with Central Valley School as a student counselor.  She has two adult children with 4 (almost 5) grandchildren.  

Brian Thompson |  Brian was born and raised mostly in the Reynolds area and works for Robinson Excavating.  He has two daughters.