Letcher Community Center and Fire Hall Expansion Project
The Letcher Fire Department and area fire districts are curently undertaking a fund drive for an addition to the north side of the current community center and fire hall to double the size. Work is well under way. For more information, contact Myron Sonne at 605-933-0393 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or click the link below to look at the flyer that is being distributed.
Expansion Project Flyer
Reminder of Ordinance Change
Spring is in the air and it won’t be long before the familiar noise of the lawn mowers and the smell of fresh cut grass will be with us. Last fall in West Nile discussions, it was noted that allowing vegetation to remain tall creates breeding habitat for mosquitoes, thus the attempt to keep the citizens of Letcher safe by eliminating tall vegetation. Everyone is reminded that the ordinance has been changed in regards to the length of vegetation on your property. If vegetation gets above a 7” level, you will receive a letter from the Letcher Town Board telling you that you have one week to cut it, or they will do it for you. If you need assistance in finding someone to mow for you, please contact the Board.
Did you know?
- Letcher has an official population of 177 (2000 Census) and a current unofficial population of 199.
- Letcher has 84 housing units within its city limits.
- Letcher covers a land area of approximately 0.6 square miles, of which 6.25% is water.
- Letcher is located at latitude 43.897 and longitude -98.139.
- Letcher celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2007.
New to Letcher?
We've put together a list of useful information to new residents. You'll find it here: Guide for New Residents
Rebel Wall of Pride
In support of our service men and women, the Sanborn Central School decided that a
"Rebel Wall of Pride" should be established. A display in the commons area of the school building in Forestburg
has been created that lists the addresses of service men and women with Rebel connections. Everyone
is invited to bring the mailing address and/or e-mail address of any soldier to include
on the walls. The public is invited to come in and get addresses to send letters of
encouragement to our forces. A virtual version of the Rebel Wall of Pride can be
found at www.sanborncentral.com/rebelwallofpride.html.
Now you can be informed of what's going on at Sanborn Central School
by signing up for the Rebel e-News. It is a short,
informative e-mail sent out Monday through Friday letting you know
what events are taking place in the school and around the community.
It's easy to sign up for -- just visit
this link and follow the instructions: Rebel e-News
This is a community website. Your ideas for new pages and features
are invited. If you have information, notices or Letcher-related pictures
that you would like to see published here, please email your information to
for consideration. Thanks!