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Routing Numbers (FedACH Participant Banks)

Find Routing numbers for all FedACH Participant banks and Institutes across US.Select a State,city and Bankname from below list to get Routing Number information for the Branches of that Bank.

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List of all Cities in North-Dakota State. Please select city to find Banks / Financial Institutes and their Bank Routing Numbers.
ANETA   ARTHUR   ASHLEY   BELCOURT   
BELFIELD   BEULAH   BISMARCK   BOTTINEAU   
BOWMAN   BUXTON   CANDO   CARSON   
CAVALIER   CENTER   COOPERSTOWN   CROSBY   
DEVILS LAKE   DICKINSON   DRAYTON   EDGELEY   
FAIRMOUNT   FARGO   FINLEY   FLASHER   
FORMAN   GARRISON   GLEN ULLIN   GOLVA   
GRAND FORKS   HAMILTON   HANKINSON   HARVEY   
HARWOOD   HATTON   HAZELTON   HAZEN   
HEBRON   HUNTER   JAMESTOWN   KENMARE   
KINDRED   KULM   LAKOTA   LAMOURE   
LANGDON   LINTON   MADDOCK   MANDAN   
MAYVILLE   MCCLUSKY   MCVILLE   MILNOR   
MINOT   MINOT AFB   MOHALL   MOTT   
MUNICH   NAPOLEON   NEW ROCKFORD   NEW SALEM   
NEW TOWN   PAGE   PARK RIVER   PORTLAND   
POWERS LAKE   RIVERDALE   ROBINSON   ROLETTE   
RUGBY   STEELE   STRASBURG   TIOGA   
TOLNA   TURTLE LAKE   TWIN FALLS   VELVA   
WASHBURN   WATFORD CITY   WESTHOPE   WILLISTON   
WILTON   WISHEK   

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What is the Routing Number?

Bank routing number is a nine-digit number used to identify a financial institution's trading. The most common type of transaction is ACH and wire transfers. Some banks and credit unions may have many different uses, geographic or branch of service routing number. Routing number printed on the bottom of the check. They can also be found online banking websites of financial institutions.

Where to find a Routing Number?

9 routing number printed on the check. Set 9 digit routing number assigned to your bank electronic transfer. Next set of figures show the actual bank account number. See sample checks to help you find your bank routing number.

Routing Number Format

Routing number is 9 digit number consist of four components. AA BB CCCC D

AA:First 2 digits indicates type of Financial Institution
BB: Indicates Federal Reserve Bank district branch
CCCC: Institution where the checking account is held
D: Last digit indicates single check digit