Jerauld County, South Dakota Basics:

Jerauld County South Dakota - Government Site

Population: 2,043
Area: 526 square miles
County seat: Wessington Springs
Area code(s) in use: 605
Time zone: CST
High school graduate or higher: 83.9%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 15.1%
Median household income: $45,587
Persons in poverty: 11.0%
Home ownership rate: 70.3%
Mean travel time to work: 13.4 minutes

Adjacent counties:
Aurora  Beadle  Brule  Buffalo  Hand  Sanborn  

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Map of the Jerauld County area

Our detail map of Jerauld County shows the Jerauld County, South Dakota boundary lines and other interesting items.

Places in Jerauld County, South Dakota

  Airports     show all on map

Wessington Springs Airport

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Alpena Community Center, Alpena Fire Department, Jerauld County Courthouse, Jerauld County Pioneer Museum, Viola Townhall, Wessington Springs Carnegie Library, Wessington Springs City Hall, Wessington Springs Fire Department

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Charity Cemetery, Fairview Cemetery, Feistner Cemetery, German Cemetery, Hope Cemetery, Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Prospect Hill Cemetery, Rest Haven Cemetery, Salem Cemetery, Solberg Cemetery, Union Cemetery, Viola Valley Cemetery

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Anina Church, Crow Lake Church, Free Methodist Church, German Lutheran Church (historical), German Methodist Church (historical), Harmony Church, Immanuel Baptist Church, Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Saint Joseph's Catholic Church, Spring Valley Colony Church, Templeton Church, United Church of Christ, United Methodist Church, Viola Church, Zion Lutheran Church

  Dams     show all on map

Dwyer Dam

  Hospitals     show all on map

Avera Weskota Memorial Medical Center

  Lakes     show all on map

Bakers Lake, Cottonwood Lake, Crow Lake, Deans Lake, Grass Lake, Hoagland Lake, Long Lake

  Locales     show all on map

Starkey (historical), Stetson (historical), Sullivan (historical), Templeton (historical), Waterbury (historical)

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Crow Lake State Game Production Area, Horseshoe Lake State Game Production Area, Twin Lakes State Recreation Area

  Populated Places     show all on map

Alpena, Crow Lake, Lane, Spring Valley Colony, Wessington Springs

  Post Offices     show all on map

Ada Post Office (historical), Alpena Post Office, Crow Lake Post Office (historical), Fauston Post Office (historical), Glen Post Office (historical), Gordon Post Office (historical), Hyde Post Office (historical), Lane Post Office (historical), Stock Post Office (historical), Templeton Post Office (historical), Waterbury Post Office (historical), Wessington Springs Post Office

  Schools     show all on map

Alpen High School, Alpena Elementary School, Alpena Middle School, Baker School Number 4 (historical), Beckman School, Berg School Number 6 (historical), Bolton School Number 3 (historical), Busse School Number 2 (historical), Callahan School Number 1 (historical), Center School Number 4 (historical), Center School Number 5 (historical), Central School, Coleman School Number 2 (historical), Crow Lake School, Dean School Number 3 (historical), Eastman School Number 4 (historical), Eden School Number 5 (historical), Fagerhaug School, Grisinger School Number 3 (historical), Hainey School Number 4 (historical), Hall School, Hanson School Number 1 (historical), Happy Hill School, Hessdorfer School Number 5 (historical), Johnson School Number 5 (historical), Kieser School Number 7 (historical), Kleppin School Number 5 (historical), Kneirem School Number 2 (historical), Knutson School Number 2 (historical), Linn School Number 2 (historical), Louder School Number 1 (historical), Marlene School Number 2 (historical), Martin School Number 1 (historical), Moore School, Nelson School, Nesmith School Number 3 (historical), Newman School Number 4 (historical), Paddock School Number 12 (historical), Pflamm School Number 2 (historical), Pleasant View School, Powell School Number 1 (historical), Prairie Belle School, Reindl School Number 2 (historical), School Number 1 (historical), School Number 1 (historical), School Number 4 (historical), School Number 4 (historical), School Number 8 (historical), School Number 9 (historical), Schubert School, Sefrna School, Shultz School Number 2 (historical), Simmons School Number 3 (historical), Solberg School Number 1 (historical), Spring Valley Colony Elementary School, Spring Valley Colony High School, Stark School Number 1 (historical), Steichen School Number 3 (historical), Stony Point School Number 3 (historical), Swanson School Number 3 (historical), Teasdale School Number 1 (historical), Templeton School Number 4 (historical), Tracy School Number 4 (historical), Viola Valley School, Voorhees School Number 2 (historical), Waterbury School Number 3 (historical), Wessington Springs Elementary School, Wessington Springs High School, Wessington Springs Middle School

  Streams     show all on map

East Fork Smith Creek, Sayles Creek

  Swamps     show all on map

Cady Lake, Grow Lake, Rempfer Lake,

Jerauld County, South Dakota Population By Race (2012 estimate)

WhiteJerauld County White population 2,0062,006  
MixedJerauld County Mixed population 1818
American IndianJerauld County American Indian population 66
AsianJerauld County Asian population 44
Hawaiian & Pacific IslanderJerauld County Hawaiian & Pacific Islander population 22

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