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Geography of Sioux Falls, SD

Primary geographic features of Sioux Falls. Sioux Falls is located at 43°32'11" North, 96°43'54" West . According to the United States Census Bureau , as of 2000, the city had a total area of 56.3 square miles , of which 56.3 square miles is land and 0.04 square miles is water. The city is located in the extreme eastern part of South Dakota , about 15 miles west of the Minnesota border and 8 miles northwest of the Iowa border. Sioux Falls has been assigned the ZIP codes 57101, 57103-57110, 57117-57118, 57188-57189 and 57192-57198 and the FIPS place code 59020. Metropolitan Area The Sioux Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area consists of four counties, all of which are located in South Dakota: Lincoln , McCook , Minnehaha , and Turner . The estimated population of this MSA in 2008 was 232,930, an increase of over 24% from the 2000 census. According to recent estimates, Lincoln County is the ninth-fastest growing county in the United States. In addition to Sioux Falls, several cities and towns included in the metropolitan area are Brandon , Dell Rapids , Tea , Harrisburg , Worthing , Beresford , Lennox , Hartford , Crooks , Baltic , Montrose , Salem , Renner, Chancellor, Colton, Canton, Humboldt, Parker, Hurley, Garretson, Sherman, Corson, and Centerville make up this Metro Area. Parks and recreation The South Dakota Department of Game, Fish, and Parks' Outdoor Campus. Sioux Falls maintains a network of more than 50 parks and greenways that are spread throughout the city. Probably the best known of these is Falls Park, established around the city's namesake waterfalls on the Big Sioux River, just north of downtown. Other notable parks include Terrace Park , McKennan Park, Sherman Park, and Yankton Trail park. A popular feature of the park system is a paved 16-mile path used for biking, jogging, and walking. The path follows the course of the Big Sioux River, forming a loop around central Sioux Falls, with a few spurs off the main bike trail. The South Dakota .

Sioux Falls, SD City Statistics:

Population: 123975
Elevation: 1442 feet. Longitude: -96.7301 Latitude: 43.5442

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