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Kimball, SD


A Great Place to Grow!

Kimball is a town in Brule County, South Dakota, United States. As of the census of 2020, there were 572 people,189 families, and 309 housing units residing in the city.  Kimball was first known as Stake 48 on the Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railroad line going west out of Mitchell, South Dakota. In 1880, the first homestead claims were made in the vicinity of Stake 48. Kimball was organized as a village in the spring of 1883. It was named for J.W. Kimball, a surveyor.

Why Kimball?

  • We are a safe community. 
    According to the website, Kimball is #10 in the top 10 Safest and Most Peaceful Places to Live in South Dakota. 

  • We have great opportunities and room to grow.

  • We have a great school. We have great pride in our education system and strong athletic program. We currently co-op with the neighboring town of White Lake for some of our athletic programs. Go WiLdKats!

  • We are in a prime location. We are in a centralized location in South Dakota;
    located right by two main highways, Interstate 90, and Dakota Southern Railroad.

  • We are in the heart of farming and ranching. You will find great businesses
    and job opportunities.

  • Come and enjoy many outdoor experiences. We have some of the greatest fishing and hunting around.

  • We are near many towns:

    • Pukwana - 13 miles west

    • White Lake - 14 miles east

    • Chamberlain - 22 miles west

    • Platte - 30 miles south

    • Mitchell - 49 miles east

    • Sioux Falls - 125 miles east

    • Rapid City - 228 miles west

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