2017 All School Reunion 
The all-class reunion

for Finley, Sharon, and Finley-Sharon School is happening! 


Saturday, June 10, 2017

Plan to come home for Finley Days 2017! 


Make time to rekindle those old friendships at the reunion while visiting family, friends and a good time in your hometown!


Check out the 2017 All School Reunion Tab on the navigation for more details. 

Finley Mission Statement

 Work effectively to retain, expand and promote business development and industry, creating employment opportunities, sustaining the tax base and diversifying the agriculture economy in a manner that will improve the quality of life in Finley.

 

City of Finley  - " Come home! "

Building Our Community 

PEOPLE -PRIDE - PROGRESS



 

 

Finley Water Tower Project 2016 Finished

August 29, 2016 - Finley Water Tower Update:

The old water tower is currently in the process of draining down, and converting over to the new water tower. It is anticipated it be completed by next week sometime. After the conversion is accomplished, the old tower will be taken down.

September 14, 2016 - Old Tower Down! Starting in the wee hours of the morning, the demolition process began. The transition has gone well and the new tower is in operation. Technology and improvements will benefit the community for many years down the road keeping Finley viable. At a 100,000 gallons the new water tower doubles the capacity of the old one.  The project took approximately 3 years.  Much credit must go to Moore Engineering for their part in helping with the planning, design, financing, and getting final approval from appropriate entities.

Finley proudly sports a new water tower in it's horizon that will last them for years to come providing safe, clean water for the town!

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FINLEY COMMUNITY ENDOWMENT FUND
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR 2016 GRANTS

Finley, ND – The Advisory Committee of the Finley Community Endowment Fund is currently accepting applications from municipal and non-profit organizations for their 2016 grant round. Eligible recipients must have a current 501(c)3 tax status or have an official relationship with local government (such as a school or park district). Applications are available at Citizens State Bank or online at www.ndcf.net/finley. All completed applications must be returned to Citizens State Bank by September 9, 2016 to be considered for a grant.
This year, the Advisory Committee will distribute over $9,000 to worthy local projects. “Our first grant was made in 2004 and was for $358”, said Advisory Committee Chair Brian Tuite, “We have really come a long way since then”. Since that time, the fund balance is now over $226,000 and the committee has actually given over $54,000 in grants! “Our community endowment fund is so flexible,” added Tuite, “It is available to support whatever projects or programs are most important in Finley every year. We are eager to see what applications we get this year”.
Previous grantees and projects have included the Finley Park District for a swimming pool liner, Finley Sharon Public Schools for their After School Program, the Steele County Historical Society for building renovation project, the Finley Economic Development Corporation for the clinic remodel, and the City of Finley for Finley Days.
For more information on the Finley Community Endowment Fund, please see the website at www.ndcf.net/finley or contact Karla Neset at 524-1921 or Brian Tuite at 524-2880.