About Us

Wall is a progressive community of 800 year-round residents. Located just 50 miles east of Rapid City, S.D., on Interstate 90, Wall's major industries are agriculture and tourism and the community is bolstered by the large sales tax base and the major nearby South Dakota attractions, such as Wall Drug and the Badlands National Park.

City services include a 3,500-foot hard surface runway at the airport; a community library; a park with a playground, swimming pool, a walking/bicycling path, tennis and volleyball courts, and picnic shelters; and various other amenities. Both the fire department and ambulance services have first-class equipment and many dedicated volunteers.

Wall, South Dakota boasts state-of-the-art facilities, outstanding customer service providers, an excellent health services clinic, and a variety of community organizations. The City and Chamber of Commerce offices are located in the Wall Community Center. The Community Center provides a grand hall and meeting rooms for conferences, seminars, and dances and is where American Legion Post #246 holds its meetings.

There are two locally-owned utility cooperatives serving Wall and the surrounding area; main offices of both companies are located in Wall. West River Electric Association provides the community with electrical service, and Golden West Telecommunications provides state-of-the-art telephone service, cable television, and high-speed internet service.

Wall services include four churches, a post office, nine-hole golf course, meat processing plant, grocery store, hardware store, laundromat, flower shop, funeral home, weekly newspaper, rodeo grounds, trap shooting range, financial services, and short-term housing options.

The Community of Wall is a major trade center for farmers and ranchers in the area. Wall benefits from the production of abundant agricultural products such as wheat, hay, and beef. Various businesses, Interstate 90, and DM&E Railroad all help to support the agricultural industry.

Wall also contains museums, motels, campgrounds, B&Bs, restaurants, auto/gas services, gift shops, attractions, and activities to support our thriving tourism industry.