Divisions

Civil Process

The sheriff’s office has the responsibility of serving and executing court-issued documents throughout the county.  Among the most common documents served are summons and complaints, and small claim court documents. Evictions, Writ of Executions, Protection Orders and Subpoenas for criminal and civil cases are also processed. We service other legal documents as received from the courts, attorneys and private citizens.

For any questions concerning civil process service and fees you can call the Civil Division at 701-444-7587.

Please note that our mailing address has changed.  Our current address is:

McKenzie County Sheriff's Office
Attn: Civil Division
1201 12th St SE Suite B
Watford City, ND 58854





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