North Lemmon, North Dakota
|North Lemmon, North Dakota|
View of North Lemmon from just across the railroad tracks from Lemmon, South Dakota.
|Named for||George B. Lemmon|
|Elevation||2,579 ft (786 m)|
|Time zone||Mountain (MST) (UTC-7)|
|• Summer (DST)||MDT (UTC-6)|
|GNIS feature ID||1030466|
North Lemmon is located at  just across the South Dakota border from the city of Lemmon, South Dakota. North Lemmon is actually an extension of Lemmon, and includes all of the community that lies in North Dakota. North Lemmon was part of North Lemmon Township, until the township dissolved in 1999. North Lemmon is now included in the Census-designated East Adams Unorganized Territory.(45.946112,-102.1576533),
The United States Census Bureau does not provide specific population or other demographic information. North Lemmon Township returned a population of 81 as of the 1990 Census, with an estimated population of 66 when the township dissolved in 1999.
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