Raising a family…enjoying an active social life…following my passion…enjoying a successful career...

All of these and so much more describe what you hear when you ask people why they live in Hallock. Hallock has the foundation to help you reach your goals, whatever they may be. Please contact us with any questions you might have about making Hallock your home town.


AUGUST:  Hallock Run, Roll, Ride and Ribs

This year's event promises to be even better than last year! More details coming soon.




A non-profit community fund has been established to support charitable, educational and public purpose projects that will enhance or improve the quality of life for residents and/or visitors of the Hallock area.

Please visit http://www.nwmf.org/fund/hallock-area-community-fund/ for more information.

Community service organizations play an important role in the enrichment of life in Hallock. These groups encourage and support businesses. They also enhance recreational and educational opportunities for our youth.  Active service organizations are: 

  • 4-H
  • Brownie and Girl Scouts
  • Cub and Boy Scouts
  • Fraternal Order of Eagles and Auxiliary
  • Hospital Auxiliary



Hallock has five churches serving the community and surrounding area:

  • Assembly of God Church \ 218-843-2146 
  • First Presbyterian Church \ 218-843-2196 
  • Grace Lutheran Church \ 218-843-3665 
  • St. Patrick’s Catholic Church \ 218-843-2323 
  • Trinity Lutheran Church \ 218-843-8887 






Kittson Memorial Clinic \ 218-843-2165 or 800-843-6016
Karlstad \ 218-436-2251

Dental Clinic \ 218-843-3343

Kittson Memorial Healthcare Center \ 218-843-3612 or 800-843-6016

  • 24-Hour Emergency Room
  • Acute Inpatient Care
  • Swing Bed
  • Respite Care
  • Lab and Digital X-Ray
  • Physical and Occupational Therapy
  • Cardiac Rehab Services
  • Mobile Imaging
  • Fitness Center
  • Nursing Home and Hospice
  • Assisted Living Facilities        

Kittson County Hospice \ 218-843-2859


The Station

The Hallock Senior Center, known as The Station because of its proximity to the Great Northern Depot site, was built in 2000. The project was funded with donations and grants. The building is located at the site of Hallock’s old ice arena and was donated to the non-profit corporation by the City of Hallock.

The 5,600 sq. ft. facility is home to senior meals five days a week and a large number of other activities. A gift shop is open Monday through Friday. To reserve meals or for other senior activity information, call The Station at 218-843-2604.

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